The decorated Florida Navy officer whose 5-year-old daughter went missing last week was reportedly arrested Tuesday after being hospitalized for an overdose.
The revelation comes the same day as Alabama authorities found human remains in a wooded area, which are believed to those of little Taylor Rose, according to CNN.
“This is obviously not the outcome any of us had hoped to reach,” said Melissa Nelson, state attorney for the 4th Judicial Circuit in Florida.
“This investigation has led to what we believe to be the remains of Taylor Rose.”
Authorities said the remains still need to be identified.
Taylor’s mom, Brianna Williams, was charged with child neglect and giving false information to investigators.
She remains hospitalized in serious condition and it’s unclear if what she overdosed on — or if she was intending to commit suicide, the report said.
Earlier Tuesday, remains were found “in a wooded area between the cities of Linden and Demopolis,” the Demopolis Police Department said in a Facebook post.
Taylor was reported missing on Nov. 6 from her family home outside of Jacksonville.
Her mother, who was the last person to see her, stopped cooperating with police shortly after her daughter was reported missing.
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