Crime

August 6, 2012 5:38 PM

Family has waited seven years for justice for woman who died from burns

A crowd of family and friends gathered at LaTosha Taylor’s south Macon home on a Sunday afternoon seven years ago. The young nursing assistant, a mother of two girls, had planned a Bratz doll-themed party to celebrate her oldest daughter’s eighth birthday.

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