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GUILTY FL - Antricia Jackson, 27, found murdered, Cocoa, 16 Aug 2006

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  1. Beyond Belief

    Beyond Belief New Member

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    COCOA, Fla. -- Medical examiners are trying to identify the body of a woman who was found in Cocoa.



    The body was discovered Thursday afternoon at the end of Abbey Lane. Homicide investigators are calling her death suspicious. They said a cell phone was found near her body.



    No word yet on how she died.

    http://www.wftv.com/news/9698804/detail.html
     
  2. ShowerSinger

    ShowerSinger New Member

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    Hi Beyond Belief,
    I can't get this link to work. Anything more you can tell us?
    Thanks.
    SS
     
  3. KatK

    KatK Former Member

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    The link works fine for me. :confused:
     
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    COCOA, Fla. -- Detectives in Cocoa on Friday were trying to figure out who shot a nursing assistant and left her body in a wooded area. The body of Antricia Jackson was found at the end of Abbey Lane on Thursday.



    Police were back out in a Cocoa neighborhood Friday afternoon, looking for anyone who might have seen something Wednesday night or early Thursday morning that would lead them to the killer.



    Cocoa police walked door to door Friday afternoon, canvassing the neighborhood off of Jackson Street. Police don't know why 27-year-old Antricia Jackson was in the neighborhood or how she ended up in the woods at the end of Abbey Lane.



    "The last person that saw her alive saw her about 10:00pm Wednesday evening, so she may have been there all night," said Detective Barbara Matthews, Cocoa Police Department.
    http://www.wftv.com/news/9702641/detail.html
     
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