Murdered Idalou Special Needs Teen Was Pregnant
A search warrant has revealed shocking new details in the murder of 18-year-old Idalou girl Holli Jeffcoat, including the fact that she was pregnant at the time of her death.
According to Everything Lubbock, a search warrant issued for Jeffcoat's home contained the name of someone who she said had sexually abused her. Jeffcoat made the outcry to someone at Lorenzo High School on Jan. 29, 2016 and said she had been impregnated.
That person's name has not yet been released as charges have not officially been filed by Lubbock County authorities. He was questioned by Lubbock County Sheriff's Office and was present at the scene of the crime.
According to the search warrant, the unnamed man had a substance on his hands that was "consistent with oxidized paint" and a lighter in his pocket.
When Jeffcoat's body was discovered in her home Wednesday, Feb. 10, there were signs that a fire had been started to conceal evidence. She was reportedly stabbed multiple times.
CPS records show that Jeffcoat had also been the victim of sexual abuse in 2008.
A GoFundMe page has been created to benefit Jeffcoat's family.