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Thread: Taylor Morton cut the fetus out of Reagan Hancock (22), killing both mother and baby, after faking her pregnancy

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    Your grandmother had 16 kids?!
    One of them. 14 of the kids lived to adulthood.

    The other one was an underachiever. She only had 11.
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    New Charges for Texas Woman Accused of Murdering Friend, Cutting Unborn Baby from Womb

    A Bowie County, Texas grand jury on Friday returned a third indictment against a woman accused of murdering her pregnant friend and cutting an unborn baby from her friend’s body. The baby later died.

    Taylor Rene Parker, 28, who is also known as Taylor Morton and Taylor Waycasey, now stands accused of capital murder in the death of that unborn infant. According to court records reviewed by Law&Crime, Parker had previously been indicted on a separate capital murder charge in the death of infant’s mother, Reagan Michelle Simmons Hancock, 21, of New Boston, Tex. New Boston is approximately midway between Dallas, Tex. and Little Rock, Ark.

    Parker is also accused of kidnapping in addition to the two murder counts.

    The baby’s name was Braxlynn Sage Hancock.

    Prosecutors waited to seek the additional charge related to the death of baby Braxlynn because a final medical examiner’s report was not yet complete when authorities filed the initial charges against Taylor. That’s according to a statement made in an early January court hearing by First Assistant District Attorney Kelley Crisp which was reported by the Texarkana Gazette, the local newspaper.

    Prosecutors also announced in January they planned to seek the death penalty, the paper noted.
    According to a probable cause affidavit reviewed by Law&Crime, the investigation unfolded after Hancock’s mother went to her daughter’s home on October 9, 2020, and found her daughter dead. The mother called 911 at 10:18 a.m.; the local police called the Texas Rangers to assist with the investigation a few minutes after noon.

    Ironically, the authorities had a run-in with their eventual suspect shortly before the victim’s mother called 911.

    According to the affidavit, a Texas state trooper pulled a vehicle over in DeKalb, Texas, at about 9:37 a.m. on the date of the killing.

    “Taylor Parker was the driver and was holding a new born infant in her lap,” the court papers go on to state. “[T]he umbilical cord was connected to the infant, which appeared to be coming out of the female’s pants, as if she had given birth to the child.”

    “Parker was performing CPR on the infant and LifeNet EMS came to the scene and transported Parker and the infant to a hospital in Idabel, Oklahoma,” the documents says.

    The local police chief eventually learned from staff at the McCurtain Memorial Hospital that Parker had not given birth to the infant.

    Oklahoma’s State Bureau of Investigation became involved on account of Parker’s transport to a hospital in that state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puzzld View Post
    One of them. 14 of the kids lived to adulthood.

    The other one was an underachiever. She only had 11.

    My grandparents ran a farm, but they only had 4 daughters.
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    "he had Skittles so he could have made drugs".
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