Florida father accused of murdering mother of his child, 2-year-old son appears in court

Florida father accused of murdering mother of his child, 2-year-old son appears in court

Florida man Accused of killing a 20-year-old woman and a two-year-old son, he made his court debut on Saturday.

Thomas Moseley, 21, has been charged with two counts first degree murder, According to Internet records, after the body of 2-year-old Taylene Mosley was found in the mouth of an alligator in a lake 15 minutes from the apartment, his mother, Passion Jeffrey, was found stabbed to death.

“Pinellas Circuit Judge Patrice Moore struggled to communicate at times with Mosley, who phoned from St. He was on medication,” FOX 13 reports.

More details about what happened were revealed on March 29, the day the mother and son were last seen alive during the trial.

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Thomas Mosley, 21, has been charged with two counts of first degree murder.

Thomas Mosley, 21, has been charged with two counts of first degree murder. (Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office)

“The victim’s family allegedly visited the victim’s home at approximately 4:30 pm to attend the defendant’s birthday party,” Judge Moore read. “The victim’s family left around 5:15, and the only person left in the house was the victim and her two-year-old son.”

Phone records showed Jeffrey left her apartment area around 8:42pm heading for Lake Maggiore, where Tylen’s body was found later on Friday before Moseley showed up at his mother’s house with injuries to his arms shortly after 9pm. Himself in St. Anthony’s, according to the criminal complaint.

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The park where Tylen Mosley's body was found was found in an alligator's mouth off Lake Maggiore in St. Petersburg, Florida.

The park where Tylen Mosley’s body was found was found in an alligator’s mouth off Lake Maggiore in St. Petersburg, Florida. (Fox 13 Tampa Bay)

On Thursday, Jeffrey’s mother called the apartment complex’s real estate manager after not hearing from her daughter. When maintenance arrived to check on her, they reportedly walked into a horrific scene where she was found with over 100 stab wounds and evidence allegedly She links Moseley to her murder.

“A bloody fingerprint on a cleaning bottle placed under the bed has been identified as the accused’s,” Moore said. “A shoe print with blood bearing the Gucci logo was placed on the floor of the bathroom where the victim was found. The defendant was wearing a pair of Gucci shoes when he arrived at his mother’s house,” the victim’s brother said.

Authorities said they found the body of her 2-year-old son, Taylene Mosley, left, late Friday.  Police said his mother, 20-year-old Passion Jeffrey, was found murdered Thursday in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Authorities said they found the body of her 2-year-old son, Taylene Mosley, left, late Friday. Police said his mother, 20-year-old Passion Jeffrey, was found murdered Thursday in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Mosley will be held in the Pinellas County Jail without bond once he is released from the hospital, according to FOX 13.

The couple had just moved into the apartment complex about a month ago.

Taylin's mother, Passion Jeffrey, is found murdered in her apartment.

Taylin’s mother, Passion Jeffrey, is found murdered in her apartment. (St. Petersburg Police Department)

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The police did not reveal how he was killed or Whether the crocodile played a role In this. The coroner will determine the cause of his death.

Fox News’ Joella Mosto and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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