Police in Tallahassee are searching for a man they say stabbed a woman inside of a Walgreens and fled the scene. The victim’s uncle is popular rapper T-Pain, who took to social media to beg people to help find him.
Javona Glover, 23, who worked at the local drug store on Ocala Road in West Tallahassee, Florida, was stabbed early Tuesday morning. Police found her at around 10:30am bleeding heavily, according to the Tallahassee Democrat.
Surveillance footage identified Tavon Q. Jackson, 25, as a suspect in the murder of 23-year-old Javona Glover. His whereabouts are currently unknown.‘ The police are still lookin for the coward ass n***a that just killed my niece at Walgreens in Tallahassee. If you got info pls help us out!’ T-Pain wrote to his over one million Twitter followers.
T-Pain a Grammy-award winning artist, known for his hit singles ‘Buy U a Drank’ and ‘I’m Sprung’ also posted photos of the suspect on his Facebook and Instagram accounts, asking for help from the public. His niece Javona Glover was the mother of a daughter who turned two in June.
Glover’s aunt, who did not wish to be identified said that her niece died in the arm’s of a police officer. ‘My niece was my everything,’ she told WCTV. ‘
Glover’s aunt added, ‘That was just like a daughter to me. I’ve always been in my niece’s life. I love that girl. How you kill a innocent person like her? Whatever you were feeling — that’s crazy man.’
A motivation for the stabbing murder is not currently known. T-Pain, whose real name is Faheem Rasheed Najm, was born in Tallahassee and his stage name stands for ‘Tallahassee Pain.’
The suspect, a five-foot, nine-inch black male weighing about 160 pounds, was last seen wearing a black T-shirt and white tennis shoes, according to First Coast News. It is unclear if he and the victim knew each other.
Walgreens, were the murder took place released a statement saying, ‘We extend our deepest condolences to the family and loved ones of our team member. The store is temporarily closed while police conduct their investigation and we refer you to police for any additional information.’