Cairo Jordan

Cairo Jordan, the boy discovered dead inside a suitcase in rural Indiana earlier this year, was identified by the Indiana State Police on Wednesday, October 26, 2022. Authorities have issued an arrest warrant for the boy’s mother for murder six months after he was discovered in a suitcase in a remote Indiana area.

Cairo Ammar Jordan, a 5-year-old boy from Atlanta, Georgia, was identified at a news conference by Indiana State Police Sgt. Carey Huls. Jordan’s mother, Dejaune Ludie Anderson, 37, was wanted on suspicion of his murder, according to Huls.

An autopsy revealed in May that Cairo Jordan died from an electrolyte imbalance, according to officials. The electrolyte imbalance was almost certainly caused by viral gastroenteritis.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States, the illness causes stomach inflammation, vomiting, and diarrhea, which inevitably leads to dehydration.

According to authorities, his toxicology report was negative and showed no signs of physical trauma.

Anderson, according to reports, was still at large on Wednesday. He is also accused of obstructing justice and neglecting a dependent, which resulted in death. She is described as a Black woman with short, dark brown hair, standing 5 feet 5 inches tall, weighing 135 pounds. Anderson has also been seen with wigs or hair extensions on. According to police, she was last seen in Los Angeles, California.

Dawn Elaine Coleman, a second suspect in the death of the child, was arrested on October 19, 2022. According to police, she was charged with neglect of a dependent resulting in death and obstructing justice.

Huls stated:

“There were no witnesses, there were no family members, there were no acquaintances that came forward with any type of information. We only had what we had there at the scene.”

Cairo Jordan’s father, according to sources, is devastated after learning of his son’s death, whom he had not seen in three years.

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