Reginald Jackson, arrested and charged in killing of retired Fla. minister and her grandson, report says

Reginald Louis Jackson Mugshot
Miami-Dade County Police via CBS Miami
Reginald Louis Jackson, mugshot
Miami-Dade County Police via CBS Miami

(CBS) MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. - Police say they have one suspect in custody and are trying to identify a second one in connection with the murders of a retired minister and her grandson earlier this month, according to CBS Miami.

The station reports Reginald Louis Jackson, 28, was arrested and charged with two counts of first-degree-murder, two counts of kidnapping, and two counts of armed robbery in the killings of 20-year-old Tyrone Walker Jr. and his grandmother, 70-year-old Annette Anderson.

Anderson was a pastor at Jesus People Ministries, and her grandson had just moved to south Florida to study computer science.

Police reportedly said Jackson was released from state prison in December 2012, and has an extensive criminal record that includes charges of armed robbery, larceny, domestic violence, and battery,among others.

Miami Gardens police are looking for a second suspect believed to have used one of the victim's credit cards, according to the station.

The bodies of Anderson and Walker Jr. were found bound with duct tape on July 16. Relatives believe they were killed execution-style in Anderson's home.

Police have yet to determine the exact date of the killings, according to CBS Miami.

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