Police In Georgia Says The Boy’s Mother Is The Prime Suspect In The Death Of The Missing Child

The authorities in Savannah, Georgia, have stated that they have reason to think that the youngster who went missing for unknown reasons a week ago has perished, and they have identified the boy’s mother as the prime suspect in the case.

“We are deeply sorry to inform you that the CCPD and the FBI have conveyed to the family of Quinton Simon our strong belief that he has passed away. The Chatham County Police Department tweeted on Wednesday night that they have designated Leilani Simon, the boy’s mother, as the primary suspect in his disappearance and death. They also said that “no arrests have been made and no charges have been filed.”

According to the police, a media briefing should take place sometime Thursday.

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“We know that thousands of people across the world will be grieved by this news, and we share your sadness,” the department wrote. “We know that thousands of people around the world will be heartbroken by this news.”

Police brought search dogs to the family’s home on Wednesday, and the department stated that it will spend the day “collecting and evaluating evidence” in connection to the disappearance of 20-month-old Quinton Simon, who has not been seen since October 5. Quinton was reported missing on October 5.

Boy's Mother Is The Prime Suspect In The Death
Boy’s Mother Is The Prime Suspect In The Death

On Tuesday, the police department announced that officers had “seized material” that they believe will help “take this case ahead.”

According to the chief, Quinton was last seen at his house in Savannah on October 5 at approximately 6:00 a.m. by the boyfriend of his mother. According to Quinton, his mother woke up and reported him missing at approximately 9:40 in the morning after she had been awake for a while.

The police stated one week ago that it did not appear that the case involved a disagreement for custody of the child.

Hadley revealed more information about the investigation on Monday, saying that authorities had spoken with Quinton’s biological father and determined that he is not a suspect.

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At a press conference held on Monday, the chief of police for Chatham County, Jeff Hadley, stated that the authorities are continuing to make “active attempts” to locate Quinton and that they had requested assistance from the FBI on the same day that he was reported missing. According to him, there are already more than 40 FBI agents operating out of Savannah.

Hadley stated on Monday that the authorities have “canvassed various specific geographic areas, carried out multiple interviews, and executed multiple search warrants.”

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