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Suspect in Hartford mother's murder set to face a judge

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Robert Graham during a previous court appearance. (WFSB file photo) Robert Graham during a previous court appearance. (WFSB file photo)
HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) -

A man accused of killing a mother in Hartford is scheduled to face a judge on Monday.

Robert Graham, 59, is charged with killing 23-year-old Tashuana Jackson.

Investigators said DNA from Jackson was found on a seat that was removed from Graham's car.

Jackson disappeared last month and was last seen alive getting into a car near Keney Park in Hartford, according to police.

Officials said her body was found in the woods off of Granby Street in Bloomfield, not far from that location.

Graham's attorney said there's little evidence linking Graham to the crime. He also said that his client has no murder or rape convictions.

Police, however, said he has a history of violence and is considered extremely dangerous.

The cause of Jackson's death has yet to be released.

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