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After 6 Months At State Hospital, St. Pete Man Back In Court For Competency Hearing




 …Accused of their deaths

     Thomas Mosley is accused of stabbing Pashun Jeffery more than 100 times in March 2023 in St. Pete. She was found in her apartment and her son, two-year-old, Taylen was found a day later in a lake close to Mosley’s mother’s home. Police said evidence puts Mosley at both scenes.

     Thomas was in court last Friday (June 14) for an update on his second competency hearing. He was sent away to a State hospital in late 2023 to be evaluated. Jeffery and Taylen’s family was in the courtroom Friday wearing shirts with pictures of the mother and son.

      Dr. Theresa L. Ascheman Jones who evaluated Mosley at the facility, testified that she found Mosley competent to proceed in January.

       There will be more testimony from doctors at the second half of the competency hearing next Friday (June 21st). That’s when the judge is expected to decide if Mosley is competent to stand trial.

     Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. Mosley has pleaded not guilty.

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