Jeanetta Lynette Blow arrested for murder of her 2 year old son || Titusville News

Jeanetta Lynette Blow arrested for murder of 2 year old son

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Titusville, FL. – A Titusville mother has been charged with the death of her son.

Jeanetta Lynette Blow, 29, has been charged with aggravated manslaughter of a child and tampering with or fabricating evidence.

Titusville Police were called to Parish Medical Center for suspicious death in June of 2020.

According to an affidavit, Blow had brought her 2-year-old son to the emergency room, where staff noted that he was unresponsive, not breathing, and had no pulse. The medical staff could not save the child’s life. The staff also noted that the boy’s body temperature upon arrival was 92 degrees.

Blow told detectives that she woke up finding the boy unresponsive and took him to the hospital. She said that the day before, she took the boy to the park, where she “picked up the dirt, licked it, and said ‘Ew’ before she knocked it out of his hands.”

The woman claimed that she and her children lived with her mother, but the police could not find any personal belongings of the family at this supposed residence.

Blow later confesses to detectives that she lives with her boyfriend in a Park Vista apartment.

Detectives executed a search warrant and found several personal belongings of Blow and her children. A search of a dumpster near the apartment uncovered garbage bags containing vomit, soiled paper towels, a stained sheet, plastic gloves, and several of the food items mentioned by Blow.

Once inside the apartment, officers found trash bags similar to those found in the dumpster. Officers found a dirty towel in the toilet tank. A bag was found in the kids’ bedroom which seemed to be stained with vomit.

According to an affidavit, officers found a purple velvet bag containing small plastic baggies commonly used to pack heroin, as well as clear gloves that are usually used when handling heroin, due to the potential exposure to fentanyl. Officers found $5,000 in cash. 

The officers noted that the defendant’s boyfriend was known to police to traffic drugs.

Police said DNA tests of items found in the dumpster tied them to Blow’s boyfriend.

An autopsy found that the 2-year-old’s cause of death was fentanyl poisoning, which eventually led to charges against his mother.

Blow was able to bond out of jail. Her bond was set at $110,000.

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‘Where’s my infant?’ Drunk Titusville lady sped toward Publix thinking she failed to remember her kid, police say

Drunk Titusville lady sped toward Publix thinking she failed

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA- Titusville police arrested a lady Saturday after an official recognized her shakily speeding through the roads attempting to get to her baby whom she thought she left at a supermarket, as indicated by a capture report.

Officials said they initially saw Jessica Lynn Lawton around 7 p.m. as she was going twofold as far as possible while traveling south on Barna Avenue. Police said the 41-year-old was weaving around vehicles, going 72 mph, over the posted speed cutoff of 35 mph.

An official in a plain SUV followed Lawton into a Publix parking garage along Cheney Highway. The official at that point enacted his crisis lights and noted Lawton accelerating, as per a capture affirmation.

Lawton called attention to the window and kept heading to the primary passageway of the Publix, running stop signs in the parking area, as indicated by the report. The official said a few customers were leaving and entering the supermarket, causing worry as Lawton didn’t back off or stop.

Lawton in the end turned more than two parking spaces, altering her course, and maneuvered into a parking space, records show. She promptly leaped out of the driver’s seat asking, “Where is my infant?” police said. Officials arrested her as she kept on asking where her kid was, as per authorities. Police said her breath possessed an aroma like liquor.

As officials scrutinized her, she said she thought she left her baby at Publix however later referenced her kid was at her home, a capture report peruses.

Police led a moderation test on the mother, which she consented to, records show. Officials noted she did ineffectively, strolling temperamentally and unfit to appropriately hold her equilibrium, as per a capture report.

A police K-9 additionally found a wallet in Lawton’s pack that had a needle and two little collapsed up bits of silver foil, specialists said. One of the foils had a modest quantity of a white fine substance that police recognized as fentanyl, as indicated by agents.

Lawton, who has a criminal history of driving impaired, was set up for the Brevard County Jail. She is being held without bond and deals with indictments of DUI, escaping and evading an official, ownership of heroin, and foolish driving.

Casualty in Mims destructive shooting recognized as Titusville man

Casualty in Mims destructive shooting

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA- Representatives on Monday recognized a man who was shot and killed in Mims a week ago.

Agents said Alex Robinson, 44, of Titusville, was discovered shot close to a house off Main Street Thursday morning.

Robinson was taken to an emergency clinic, where he was articulated dead, as indicated by appointees. Appointees have not said what the intention in the shooting may have been, however said they trust Robinson was focused on and the shooting was a detached episode.

No captures have been made and specialists have not said if there are any suspects.

The sheriff’s office is getting some information about this shooting to call the manslaughter unit at 321-633-8413 or the Crime Line at 800-423-8477.

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23-year-old man killed after shooting leads to crash in Titusville

killed after shooting leads to crash in Titusville

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA: According to the Titusville Police Department, a shooting that led to a crash left a man dead.

The reports say the man was shot while he was driving, as a result, the vehicle hit a commercial truck on Tuesday.

23-year-old Gary Anthony Thomas Jr was transported to the hospital. Unfortunately, due to severe injuries, he lost his life at around 1 p.m. on Wednesday.

Thomas was in a black 2016 Kia Soul driving near Singleton Avenue and Garden Street around 11:15 a.m. Tuesday. Police say someone shot Thomas from a vehicle.

Records show the suspect, who fled the scene, was inside a gray sedan with dark tinted windows. Authorities believe Thomas was a targeted victim.

No more details about the suspect have been released. Anyone who has information about the shooting is urged to contact police at 321-264-7800.

For anonymous, contact Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS.

61-year-old man shot to death in Titusville

61-year-old man shot to death in Titusville

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA: As per the recently released reports, a shooting that happened at the Forest Park Apartment Complex in Titusville left a man dead.

Records show the man was found inside a maroon 2003 Saturn Ion which was parked at the apartment complex on Rock Pit Road. Police said they found the man with gunshot wounds around 3 p.m. on Sunday.

The reports say the victim was a 61-year-old man. However, his identity is not known. Police say the victim was immediately taken to the hospital. Unfortunately, he was later pronounced dead.

In the investigation, it was found that the victim was repairing the vehicle while he was shot. Police said the suspect fled the scene.

No information regarding the suspect or suspects has been released. The deadly shooting is under investigation.

57-year-old massage therapist accused of sexual battery on clients on Titusville

Police said a Titusville massage therapist was arrested Thursday on several charges, including sexual battery, in connection with 19 clients.

57-year-old massage therapist accused of sexual battery on clients on Titusville 1

The 57-year-old Thomas Grasso, of Port St. John, was arrested on two counts of sexual battery, two counts of battery, two counts of lewd or lascivious molestation of an elderly person, and one count of aggravated battery on a pregnant woman.

According to the reports, additional charges for Grasso, 43 counts of battery, and 14 counts of exposure of sex organs, are being sent to the State Attorney’s Office.

The investigation is ongoing. Grasso was booked into the Brevard County Jail.

40-year-old man trespassed at elementary school, says Titusville Police Department

According to the Titusville Police Department, a school resource officer took down a trespasser on campus. But the reports say the suspect didn’t go down without a fight.

elementary school, says Titusville Police

The 40-year-old Jesus Marrero was spotted behind the school building near a dumpster at Southlake Elementary School.

As per the records, the officer was at South Lake Elementary School Thursday around 1:45 p.m. when an employee told him there was a man hanging out by a dumpster behind the campus who refused to leave.

Marrero started to speed walk away and wouldn’t follow the officer’s commands to stop. Deputies said the officer was forced to tackle him to the ground. Police say Marrero is not a school employee or a parent of a child on campus.

He was arrested with bond set at $8,000. He’s facing charges of trespassing on school property.

Woman killed by pickup truck driven by 17-year-old in Titusville

According to the recently released reports, a pedestrian was killed Sunday night in Titusville.

 by 17-year-old in Titusville

The reports say the victim was struck by a pickup truck. Deputies say the truck was driven by a 17-year-old. Records show the deadly incident happened at 7:40 p.m. near the intersection of South Hopkins Avenue and Garden Street.

Troopers say the woman stepped into the road and was hit by a black 2016 Nissan Frontier that was southbound on South Hopkins Avenue. She was immediately taken to a nearby hospital. Unfortunately, she was pronounced dead.

However, the driver is not injured. Police are doing an investigation about the crash. Stay Updated!