Texas Infant Died Of Malnutrition, Dehydration, Autopsy Shows

LUFKIN (February 12, 2014) Two-month-old Imauri Jackson of Lufkin, who weighed a pound less when he died than he did at birth, suffered malnutrition and dehydration, an autopsy report released this week shows.

The infant’s death was ruled a homicide stemming from child neglect.

The infant’s parents called 911 on Oct. 11, 2013 to report that the boy was unresponsive.

He was pronounced dead at a hospital and his parents were arrested the next day.

Dequisha Jackson, 18, and Isaiah Tolliver, 19, remained in the Angelina County Jail Wednesday on murder and child endangerment charges, online records show.

Their bonds were set at $25,000 apiece.