JOHNS CREEK, Ga. - The Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office confirmed the identity of a Johns Creek High School student found dead on Feb. 14.
Officials said the body police found is Carly Brooke Jackson. Officials have not determined the cause of death.
Police in Johns Creek arrested a man on Tuesday with a suspected link to Jackson's mysterious death.
Police apprehended 25-year-old Shawn Mark Anthony Saleem, also known as "Black Jesus," in connection to an investigation into the death of a Johns Creek High School student.
Saleem was denied bond at his Wednesday afternoon hearing.
Police arrested Shawn Mark Anthony Saleem in connection to a death investigation of a Johns Creek High School student. (Photo: Johns Creek Police)
Police found Jackson in the morning on Feb. 14 when her friend called police for a welfare check, according to an incident report. The friend explained she was with Jackson the night before but found her unresponsive the next morning. Police and paramedics arrived at the scene and determined Jackson was dead.
In the same report, police named Saleem as a suspect, but provided no narrative regarding his link to Jackson or the incident.
Capt. Todd Hood, a spokesperson with the Johns Creek Police Department, said Tuesday the investigation is ongoing and the release of any additional information could jeopardize the investigation.
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