Police: A missing Savannah infant is believed to have died after a week-long search. mother’s prime suspect

On Wednesday night, police released the latest information on the investigation, a week after Quinton Simon, a 20-month-old Savannah infant, disappeared from the home. Together with the FBI, they informed the family that the child was presumed dead. Quinton’s mother, Leilani Simon, is the prime suspect in the case. No one was arrested, no one was charged. Additional information will be released around Thursday. Video below: The search for the missing Savannah infant a week after Quinton Simon’s last sighting continued around 6:00 AM on October 5th. Several other law enforcement agencies, including dozens of FBI agents and employees. On Tuesday, police said they had seized evidence that they believed the case would be closed. It was not specified what the evidence was, and police did not tell the media after issuing a statement. Timeline: Searching for Missing Savannah Infant Quinton Simon After a week-long search, police presume that the Savannah infant is dead, and that her mother, the second most likely suspect in ‘American Idol’ and Georgia’s Willie Spence, has died at the age of 23. said. Video below: Police analyze and find new evidence Quinton Simon missing infant in Savannah An dispatch call from WJCL sheds some light on what authorities heard the morning of Quinton’s disappearance. “She woke up and her door was open. He advised that he couldn’t open it. I think someone came in and took him.” Earlier this week, Chatham Fire was called home to start pumping out a backyard pool. It is unknown if any clues were found. File video below: The Chatham County Police Chief reveals Quinton’s family feuds before his disappearance through infant Quinton SimonCourt documents obtained by WJCL on Monday. Leilani and her boyfriend Daniel Youngkin are at home. Billie Jo, Leilani’s mother, said in a document: “They damaged 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 know I’m sick and I want this baby at home. He’s my baby.” The police searched the house, the backyard swimming pool, and the nearby pond, and opened a report line (912-667-3134) related to the incident. Video below: Early Reports of Disappearance On Wednesday night, a week after Quinton Simon, a 20-month-old Savannah toddler, disappeared from his home, police released the latest information on the investigation. The child is presumed dead. Also, Quinton’s mother, Leilani Simon, has not been arrested or charged as the prime suspect in the case. Additional information will be released around Thursday. Video below: The search for a missing Savannah infant continues a week after Quinton Simon last saw him. The child was last seen around 6 am on October 5th. He was reported missing about three hours later. The Chatham County Police Department is leading the investigation with the help of several other law enforcement agencies, including dozens of FBI agents and staff. On Tuesday, police said they had seized evidence that they believed the case would be closed. It was not specified what the evidence was, and police did not tell the media after issuing a statement. Video below: Police are analyzing new evidence found in the case of the missing infant Quinton Simon in Savannah. An emergency call obtained by WJCL explains to authorities what they heard the morning of Quinton’s disappearance. ‘ I can hear the dispatcher say. ‘She woke up, and her door was open. She advised that he could not open the door. I think someone came in and took him.” Earlier this week, Chatham Fire called his home to start pumping out his backyard pool. No clue was found. File video below: Chatham County Police Chief obtained by WJCL Provides Monday update to search documents of an infant Quinton Simon Court, revealing family feuds before Quinton’s disappearance, Leilani and her boyfriend Daniel Youngkin, at home. Billie Jo, Leilani’s mother “They damaged my property and no one is living in peace now,” the document added, adding that they want to get Leylanie and Daniel out “as soon as possible.” The document says Quinton’s grandparents, Billie Jo and her husband “She doesn’t always do the right thing,” Billie Jo said of her daughter on Thursday, in the video below: “She doesn’t always do the right thing,” from Quinton’s grandparents. not. I don’t know what to think now. I don’t know what to believe. Because no one believes that this will happen to them. I don’t know if I can trust her or not. I know I’m sick and I want this baby at home. He’s my baby.” The police searched the house, the backyard pool, and the nearby pond, and opened an incident hotline (912-667-3134). Video below: Early reports of disappearance

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