Baby Was Murdered Before Being Thrown Onto Texas Roadside Search was under way for Travis Mullis


Sick … truly sick. The search is underway for Travis Mullis after an autopsy was done on a 3 month old baby boy found on the roadside. It was determined that the baby had been murdered prior to being thrown from the vehicle.

GALVESTON, Texas —  An autopsy has found that a 3-month-old baby boy was murdered before being thrown onto a Galveston roadside, still strapped into his car seat.

The infant’s death was ruled a homicide by blunt force head trauma, said John Florence, chief investigator for the Galveston County Medical Examiner’s Office.

Police in Texas have identified the biological father of the baby, the last person known to be with the child, and are calling him a person of interest in the infant’s death, according to MyFoxHouston.

A search was under way for Travis Mullis, 21, after an Alvin woman, whose name hasn’t been released, tentatively identified the body as that of her son. She contacted police on Tuesday, saying she hadn’t seen her son since Mullis took him that morning.

Posted January 30, 2008 by
Child Welfare, Murder | one comment

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    One Response to “Baby Was Murdered Before Being Thrown Onto Texas Roadside Search was under way for Travis Mullis”

    1. LilPuma on January 30th, 2008 11:56 pm

      I propose we relocate all the animals being used for research and instead put people who do things like this in those cages and study them.

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