Man Accused of Killing Tashaun Jackson Called Cocoa Police To Clear His Name, Court Documents Say

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Taylor to police: She better show up

ABOVE VIDEO: A man accused of kidnapping and killing a Cocoa mother of four initially tried to call police and tell them he didn’t do it, according to evidence released Tuesday.

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, FLORIDA (WFTV) – A man accused of kidnapping and killing a Cocoa mother of four initially tried to call police and tell them he didn’t do it, according to evidence released Tuesday.

Joshua Taylor, 30, is facing a murder charge in connection with the disappearance and death of Tashaun Jackson, according to police.

Jackson’s body was found in rural Osceola County on Feb. 15.

The day after Jackson disappeared, Taylor called Cocoa police in an attempt to clear his name.

According to documents obtained by Eyewitness News, Taylor told police he was accosted by a member of Tashaun Jackson’s family who stated to him, “She better show up.”

Taylor told investigators he didn’t know anything about the missing woman except he’d seen she was missing on social media.

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Joshua Taylor, 30, is facing a murder charge in connection with the disappearance and death of Tashaun Jackson, according to police.
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