Man kills teen prostitute in his motel room after learning his girlfriend was coming over

Tyquan Pearson
Tyquan Pearson
By: Alexis Bell

(Scroll down for video) A man killed a teenage prostitute in his motel room after his girlfriend unexpectedly called him to say that she was coming over to see him, according to police in Florida.

The Broward Sheriff's Office said that they have arrested 25-year-old Tyquan Pearson, after being accused of killing 19-year-old Brittney Taylor.

According to the police investigation, one day, at around 11:00 a.m., Taylor got a ride to the Comfort Suites at 8301 W. Commercial Blvd., where Pearson was temporarily living.

That was the last time she was seen alive.

Taylor’s brother reported her as a missing person, but Broward Sheriff’s Office detectives assigned to the case quickly learned they were dealing with something more sinister.

Surveillance video from the hotel showed Taylor arriving and going into room 331.

About four hours later, Pearson was seen leaving the hotel room pushing a large stroller that carried a blue storage container and other items.

Detectives believe Taylor’s lifeless body was inside that container. Pearson’s unsuspecting girlfriend picked him up from the hotel.

He told her he needed to drop off some things at a storage unit.

Among those items was the container, which he said was full of clothing and other items to give away.

When detectives interviewed Pearson regarding the disappearance of Taylor, he said he had solicited her services that afternoon, but when his girlfriend called to say she was on her way back to the hotel, he said he told Taylor to wait until he was gone and to let herself out.

According to him, she was gone upon his return.

Homicide detectives descended on a home in Fort Lauderdale after learning that Pearson could have tried to hide the evidence of his crime at that location.

While inspecting the backyard, they noticed a piece of blue plastic coming out of the ground.

This was the corner piece of the blue storage container where Taylor’s decomposing remains were found buried in the backyard.

Investigators obtained a warrant for Pearson’s arrest.

The U.S. Marshals and the Norfolk Police Department, located Pearson in Virginia, and took him into custody to face one count of first-degree murder.