Indiana Boy Found In Suitcase, Mother In Search Of Murder

Six months after being unexplainably discovered dead in a suitcase in a rural Indiana area, a boy has been identified and police have said they have issued an arrest warrant for his mother for murder.

At a news conference on Wednesday, Indiana State Police revealed that the young boy was Cairo Jordan of Atlanta. Cairo died when he was five years old. Apparently, he would have turned 6 on October 24.

The suitcase containing Cairo’s remains, which featured a Las Vegas design was reportedly discovered on April 16 in Washington County on a remote, dead-end road.

According to police, Cairo’s autopsy revealed no evidence of physical trauma and his cause of death was determined to be “electrolyte imbalance,” probably brought on by “viral gastroenteritis.” Police added that his toxicology report was unfavorable.

Indiana Boy Discovered In Suitcase Identified
Indiana Boy Discovered In Suitcase Identified

On Wednesday, the Indiana State Police named two suspects: Dawn Coleman, 40, of Shreveport, Louisiana and Cairo’s mother, Dejaune Anderson, 37, of Atlanta. Police said Anderson is wanted for murder, causing the death of a dependent through neglect and obstructing the course of justice.

According to officials, Anderson discussed exorcisms, spells and raising a demonic child in the months before her son’s death. According to WLKY, Anderson published on social media, “In the five years that my 5-year-old has been alive, I have endured his attempts to kill me.

His powers have been weakened by our shared blood, thanks to me. He is 100 years old and I know his real name. I need your help.” According to police, Coleman was detained in San Francisco on October 19 for obstruction of justice and neglect of a dependent that resulted in death.

Indiana Boy Discovered In Suitcase Identified
Indiana Boy Discovered In Suitcase Identified

Anderson is still on the loose. Police stated that she was last seen in Los Angeles and that she is known to travel, having recently visited San Francisco, San Diego, Las Vegas and Houston.

Anyone with information about this case is urged to call 911 or the national toll-free tip line at 1-888-437-6432, particularly if they know Anderson’s whereabouts.

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