Woman pleads guilty to involvement in death of 5-year-old Cairo Jordan, whose body was found in a suitcase

A woman involved in the murder of a five-year-old boy whose body was found inside a suitcase in an Indiana forest last year has pleaded guilty to her role in the gruesome crime.

Louisiana native Dawn Elaine Coleman pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit murder this month after authorities said she and the boy’s mother, Dejuane Ludie Anderson, were behind Cairo Jordan’s death, the Courier Journal reported.

Anderson, an Atlanta native, is still at large.

Dawn Elaine Coleman, a Louisiana native, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit murder this month. Indiana State Police – Sellersburg/Facebook

The disturbing case began in April 2022 when a mushroom hunter discovered a suitcase with “Welcome to fabulous Las Vegas Nevada” written on it.

The child found inside died of dehydration, police previously said.

Jordan was identified six months after the discovery.

The boy found inside the suitcase died of dehydration, police previously said.outie5k/Instagram

Details of the plea deal reached between Coleman and prosecutors were not immediately clear. His sentencing is set for Nov. 21, the Courier Journal reported.

Authorities are still searching for the mother, who faces murder charges.

Indiana State Police Sgt. Carey Huls said in April that police believe Anderson is out west, possibly in Los Angeles or Las Vegas, the newspaper reported.

A mushroom hunter discovered a suitcase that said “Welcome to fabulous Las Vegas Nevada” inside which the child was found dead. Indiana State Police

Before the boy’s death, his mother allegedly made posts on Facebook about him being demonic and needing to be exorcised.

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