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Family of Trinity Love Jones Issue Public Invitation To Memorial

Trinity Love Jones family has issued a public invitation to her memorial which will be held March 25 in Hacienda Heights.

Trinity’s body was found in a duffle bag along a hiking trail in Hacienda Heights March 5. Authorities estimate her body had been at the location since March 1. A cause of death has not yet been released.

Emiel Hunt

Emiel Hunt, the boyfriend of Trinity’s mother Tequesta Graham, has been arrested and booked for her murder.

Graham, 28, who is currently on parole for unrelated charges, was booked on suspicion of murder earlier this week.  

Tequesta Graham

In 2005 Hunt, 38, was convicted in San Diego of child abuse and torture of his biological son and spent 10 years in prison for the crime.

Graham is also a registered sex offender and was convicted in 2009 for trying to entice a minor into prostitution.

The two suspects were both initially detained at a border crossing in Texas on March 8, and Graham was arrested on suspicion of an unrelated warrant. Hunt was released and drove to back to California, where he was arrested the following day in a parking lot near San Diego International Airport, according to the release. (KTLA)

Graham’s says that she reached out to Child Protective Services on multiple occasions about the safety and well-being of her granddaughter.

The memorial will be held at St. John Vianney Catholic Church

1345 Turnbull Cyn. Rd., Hacienda Heights, CA 91745

The burial will follow immediately at 2:00 p.m.

Queen of Heaven Cemetery/Mortuary 2161. S. Fullerton Rd. Rowland Heights, CA 91748

Shades of lavender are the color scheme, as well as pink and white, or all white.

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