A Florida murder suspect will receive a possible death sentence after allegedly kidnapping and murdering a 12-year-old girl 30 years ago.
Florida Murder Suspect Accused of Kidnapping and Murdering 12-Year-Old Girl Three Decades Ago
A 61-year-old Florida murder suspect identified as Jeffrey Norman Crum was accused of kidnapping and murdering a 12-year-old girl three decades ago, wherein the Florida murder suspect accused was already convicted and serving two life sentences in prison for robbery and sexual battery charges.
According to a published report in Fox News, the Florida murder suspect kidnapped Jennifer Odom after she got off her school bus, and other children from the school bus claimed they saw a blue pickup truck following the victim during that time, which was later discovered that the Florida murder suspect owned a blue pickup truck.
The lifeless body of the 12-year-old girl was later found in an orange grove, but the case was never closed even after three decades until DNA from the case matched with the DNA of the Florida murder suspect, leading to the accusations directed towards the Florida murder suspect.
Florida Murder Suspect Serving Two Life Sentences Will Face Possible Death Sentence After Allegedly Kidnapping and Murdering Victim
The Florida murder suspect accused of kidnapping and murdering the 12-year-old girl was already serving two life sentences due to his multiple crime history, CBS News reported.
Following the allegations, the Florida murder suspect could reportedly face a death sentence if convicted of kidnapping and murdering the 12-year-old victim three decades ago as prosecutors will seek the penalty.