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Pashun Jeffrey stabbed more than 100 TIMES before her son Taylen Mosley body found in an alligator’s mouth

Prior to the murders last week, the family had gathered to celebrate the father, Thomas Mosley’s birthday at the victim’s house



Thomas Mosley, aged 21, has been accused of fatally stabbing his child’s mother, Pashun Jeffrey, aged 20, over 100 times and then placing their two-year-old son, Taylen Mosley, in a lake where he was subsequently discovered in an alligator’s mouth.

Mosley faces two counts of first-degree murder for the deaths of Jeffrey and their child in St. Petersburg, Florida. According to reports, Mosley allegedly committed the heinous crimes after his family threw him a birthday celebration.

On Thursday, Jeffrey was found dead inside her residence, with evidence of stab wounds and blood all over the scene, while Taylen’s body was discovered hours later, around 10 miles away from his mother’s home, inside an alligator.

After being treated for injuries on his hands and arms, Thomas Mosley is now in custody at the Pinellas County Jail. He is facing two counts of first-degree murder for allegedly stabbing Pashun Jeffrey, his child’s mother, more than 100 times and throwing their son Taylen Mosley, aged two, into a lake where he was later found inside an alligator.

Mosley had attended a birthday celebration at Jeffrey’s home earlier in the day and was later found with severe lacerations on his hands and arms.

He then went to the hospital for treatment before being arrested. Mosley was uncooperative with the authorities.

The mourning family has set up a GoFundMe campaign that has raised over $20,000, describing Jeffrey as a devoted mother who was determined to improve her son’s life.

According to the campaign page, Taylen was a cheerful and affectionate toddler who enjoyed pretending to call his mother on other people’s phones while she was at work. The page further states, “Witnessing their love for each other was a gift. We will carry their love in our hearts and memories.”

Family members last saw Jeffrey and Taylen on Wednesday, March 29 at approximately 5:30 PM. After being unable to reach Jeffrey the following day, they called for a welfare check. Neighbors reported hearing a disturbance near Jeffrey’s apartment around 8:30 PM on Wednesday night, but no police were contacted at the time.

The next morning, Jeffrey’s mother contacted the apartment manager to request a welfare check when her daughter missed their daily FaceTime call.

According to an affidavit, a Goodyear employee found Pashun Jeffrey’s body in the bathroom, where a “very violent” scene had taken place.

There was a bloody fingerprint on a cleaning bottle, which was “intentionally placed under a bed,” as well as a bloody shoe print with the Gucci emblem on the bathroom floor. Jeffrey’s son, Taylen, was later found dead in a nearby lake inside an alligator’s mouth.

Law enforcement and family members had initially hoped to find Taylen alive, and search teams had been dispatched, including sniffer dogs and drones.

However, after the discovery of the toddler’s body, an officer shot the alligator to retrieve it.