In 1988, the body of a little girl was found dumped in Waycross, Georgia. Now, investigators say they finally know what happened to her.
It was a secret for years. Someone left a little girl wrapped in concrete in a TV cabinet in the woods near Waycross, Georgia. Who was she?
Police think they have finally found the answer, and two people are being held for her murder. According to court records, Kenyatta Odom was k*illed in 1988 by his mother Evelyn Odom, also known as Zmecca Luciana, and stepfather Ulyster Sanders.
The state’s proof of guilt says that the two put parts of the child’s body in hot water, which kil*led Kenyatta. The report also says that the hot water badly hurt Kenyatta’s feet and legs.
The indictment says that after Kenyatta’s death, Odom and Sandars put her body in a container, covered it in concrete, and put it in the TV cabinet. They then dumped her body in an undeveloped area of Ware County to try to hide the fact that she had died.
Both are being charged with multiple crimes, such as felony murder, cruelty to children, aggravated battery, and criminal conspiracy to hide the death of another.
A press conference about will be held by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation this Monday at 1 p.m.