THOMAS MOSLEY is accused of murdering the mother of his child by stabbing her more than 100 times before killing their son, whose remains were discovered inside the mouth of an alligator.
According to the St. Petersburg Police Department affidavit, Thomas is accused of “throwing or placing” their two-year-old son Taylen Mosley into Lake Maggiore in addition to stabbing Pashun Jeffrey more than 100 times.
Jeffrey’s body was discovered on her bathroom floor on Thursday after her family noticed blood on the sidewalk and requested a wellness check from apartment staff.
According to the arrest affidavit, a bottle of cleaning solution with a bloody fingerprint that matched Mosley was stashed under the bed.
According to the affidavit, there was also a bloody shoe print with a Gucci logo in the room where Jeffrey was discovered. Mosley is said to have mental health issues, according to the document.
Police discovered a “very violent homicide scene within the apartment,” according to Chief of Police Anthony Hollaway.
Taylen Mosley’s remains were discovered in the mouth of an alligator this past Friday, following a city-wide search. The cause of his death is still being investigated.
“It is with great sadness that we announce the discovery of Taylen Mosley,” Holloway said at a press conference.
Mosley was charged with murdering Jeffrey and their son after they celebrated the boy’s birthday at her apartment.
The police claim that Jeffrey and Taylen were last seen alive at 5:15 p.m.
She reportedly found Mosley by herself after Jeffrey’s family allegedly left the apartment.
Mosley is said to have gone missing before stopping by his mother’s house at 9:03 p.m. with scratches on his hands and arms.
According to the police, the gashes on his body were “consistent with injuries caused by slippage during a knife attack” and he allegedly went to St. Anthony’s Hospital to receive medical attention for his wounds.
Mosley is currently detained in Florida’s Pinellas County Jail. He entered a not guilty plea to two first-degree murder charges.