November 6, 2019 -Jury finds Mandi JACKSON Guilty in 2016 Murder of James Mulrenin

On Tuesday (Nov 5) a Seminole County Jury found Mandi JACKSON (24) guilty of First Degree Felony Murder (CF), Burglary of a Dwelling with Battery (F1-PBL), and Robbery (F2) for her role in the 2016 death of James Mulrenin (52).

On December 14, 2016, Mulrenin fell from the balcony of his fifth-floor apartment at The Lofts in Altamonte Springs. It was determined Mulrenin was shot prior to the fall that caused severe head trauma resulting in his death. Altamonte Springs Police arrested and a Grand Jury later indicted both JACKSON, an employee of Thee Dollhouse where Mulrenin was a manager, and her boyfriend Scott LOVE (33), in connection with the murder. LOVE was convicted of the same charges on January 18, 2019 and is currently serving a life sentence.

The trial lasted six days and the jury deliberated for just two hours before returning with a verdict of guilty as charged on all counts.

After the jury verdict, Judge Jessica RECKSIEDLER adjudicated JACKSON guilty on all counts and sentenced her to Life in the Department of Corrections for First Degree Felony Murder; Life for Burglary with Battery; and 15 years for Robbery (served concurrently). JACKSON has been in custody at the Seminole County Jail since her arrest and will now be transferred to the Department of Corrections to begin her sentence.

Todd Brown
Public Information &

(321) 617-7310
Office of the State Attorney
18th Judicial Circuit
2725 Judge Fran Jamieson
Way Building D
Viera, Fl. 32940

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