DETROIT (WKZO) -- A man accused of gunning down an Inkster toddler was reportedly released from jail early.
Twenty-five-year-old Raymone Jackson reportedly should have been in jail the day he allegedly fatally shot two-year-old KaMiya French in the head. Authorities say he was credited for good behavior on an eleven-month jail sentence for drug possession and released in March.
Had Jackson served his full sentence, he would not have been released until August. Jackson is accused of killing KaMiya and shooting her father and a twelve-year-old family friend less than a week after his release from parole.