Ty’asia Jackson Sentenced to 12 years for Killing 2-Year-Old Sister

Tyasia Jackson

Ty’asia Jackson, who was 13 when she murdered her 2-year-old sister, Sasha Ray, will spend the next 8 years behind bars, She will serve 4 years on probation.

Sasha’s body was found in the back yard of the family’s condo by her parents who left her and two other siblings in Ty’asia’s care on Nov. 19, 2012.

The toddler’s biological father, Shelton Ray, told Channel 2 Action News his stepdaughter confessed to stabbing Sasha during a phone call from jail.

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More details emerge in stabbing death of 2-year-old

Sasha Ray and Tyasia Jackson

13-year-old Tyasia Jackson will be tried as an adult in the stabbing death of her 2-year-old half sister. The teen made her first court appearance on Tuesday.

Sasha Ray was found in the back yard of her family’s condo by her parents who left her and her siblings in Tyasia’s care on Monday.

The toddler’s father, Shelton Ray, told Channel 2 Action News that his stepdaughter confessed to stabbing his youngest daughter in a phone call from jail around 11 p.m. Monday.

According to a report in London’s Daily Mail, Tyasia was caught with a boy inside the house while her parents were running errands.

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13-year-old charged with killing 2-year-old stepsister

13-year-old charged with killing stepsister

DeKalb police have charged a 13-year-old girl with murdering her 2-year-old stepsister, Channel 2 reports. Police say the toddler’s parents left Sasha Ray and her other young siblings in the care of the teenager on Monday.

The parents returned home Monday afternoon to find Sasha missing. Police say Sasha was found dead in the backyard after a brief search. Sasha’s father, Shelton Ray and his wife frantically drove Sasha to the hospital. They called 911 and were met by paramedics along the way. Sasha was pronounced dead upon arrival to the hospital.

Ray told Channel 2 his wife was too upset to talk. He said police told him his teenage stepdaughter would be charged with the toddler’s death. The teenager’s name was not released because she’s a minor.

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