‘Her door was open’: phone reveals what Savannah toddler’s mother told police when the child disappeared

It has been almost a week since 20-month-old Quinton Simon disappeared from his home in Savannah. In the meantime, several law enforcement agencies and neighbors have searched the area for signs of the baby. Chatham County Police Chief Jeff Hadley on Monday said he would not publicly disclose 911 calls from Quinton’s mother to avoid damaging an ongoing investigation. Below: Chatham County Police Chief gives an update on finding infant Quinton Simon on Monday. Block 911 Calls for Missing Savannah Toddler Timeline: Missing Savannah Toddler Quinton Simon Missing in Georgia: Police searching for a 13-year-old boy who went missing over the weekend, but an emergency call from WJCL reveals little about what the authorities have heard. The morning of Quinton’s disappearance. “The reporter informed that his one-year-old son was missing,” the dispatcher said. “She woke up and her door was open. He advised that he couldn’t open it. I think someone came in and took him,” he said, Wednesday, October 5th. Quinton was last seen at home around 6 am. He found about three people missing. Hours later, on Monday, Chatham Fire called the house and started pumping out the backyard pool. It is unknown if any clues were found. In total, more than 40 FBI agents and staff are assisting the investigation. Previously, Chatham County Police believe there was no misconduct involved and hope Quinton is still alive. According to court documents obtained by WJCL, the family is the probability of Quinton’s disappearance. Documents indicate that Quinton’s grandmother, Billie Jo Howell, tried to move the child’s mother, Leilani, and his boyfriend, Daniel Youngkin, from the home. Leilani’s mother, Billie Jo, wrote in the document: “They are my property and no one is living in peace now.” She added that Leilani and Daniel want to get out “as soon as possible”. According to documents, Quinton’s grandparents, Billie Jo, and her husband are raising Quinton and his three-year-old brother. Video below: “She didn’t always do the right thing,” from Quinton’s grandparents, Billie Jo told her daughter on Thursday. “Sometimes she’s really good, sometimes she’s not. I don’t know what to think right now. I don’t know what to believe. Because nobody believes that this will happen to her. I can’t believe I can trust her. I don’t know, I just know I’m sick and I want to have this baby at home. He’s my baby.” Chief Hadley says the police won’t be shaken by the search. “There’s a very sequential process going on here,” Hadley said on Friday. “It can be frustrating for the general public, and it can be frustrating for everyone that it’s not progressing as fast as we’d like. But we have to make sure we’re doing the right thing. It’s legal, and I want to cross I and T. If evidence is found, it can be admissible in court and, if necessary, used in court.” Police searched the house, backyard swimming pool and nearby pond, and established an incident hotline (912-667-3134). Video below: Missing It has been nearly a week since 20-month-old Quinton Simon disappeared from his Savannah home, during which time several law enforcement agencies and neighbors have searched the area. Hadley said he would not disclose 911 calls from Quinton’s mother to avoid damaging the ongoing investigation. Below: Chatham County Police Chief provides an update Monday to locate infant Quinton Simon, but dispatch obtained by WJCL The phone gives some information about what the authorities heard on the morning of Quinton’s disappearance,” the dispatcher is heard saying. “She woke up and her door was open. He advised that he couldn’t open it. I think someone came in and took him,” he said, Wednesday, October 5th. Quinton was last seen at home around 6 am. He found about three people missing. Hours later, on Monday, Chatham Fire called the house and started pumping out the backyard pool. It is unknown if any clues were found. In total, more than 40 FBI agents and staff are supporting the investigation. Chatham County Police do not believe there has been any prior misconduct and hope Quinton is still alive. Court documents obtained by WJCL show that the family had been at odds before Quinton’s disappearance, and Leilani’s mother said in the documents: “They damaged my property and no one is living in peace now.” According to documents, Quinton’s grandparents, Billie Jo, and her husband are raising Quinton and his three-year-old brother. Video below: “She didn’t always do the right thing,” from Quinton’s grandparents, Billie Jo told her daughter on Thursday. “Sometimes she’s really good, sometimes she’s not. I don’t know what to think now. I don’t know what to believe, because nobody believes this will happen to her. I can’t believe I can trust her. I don’t know. I just know I’m sick and I want to have this baby at home. He’s my baby.” Hadley says the police won’t allow an inch of error in the search. “There’s a very sequential process going on here,” Hadley said on Friday. “It can be frustrating for the general public, and it can be frustrating for everyone that it’s not progressing as fast as we’d like. But we have to make sure we’re doing the right thing. It’s legal, and I want to cross I and T. If evidence is found, it can be admissible in court and, if necessary, used in court.” The police searched the house, backyard pool, and nearby pond, and opened an incident hotline (912-667-3134). Video below: Missing early press

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