Court records show missing toddler’s family disagree

8.35am update: Chatham County Police issued the following statement on Saturday morning: “Searching for Quinton Simon is our top priority, and the intensity of our work is as high as it has been since the day of his disappearance. We appreciate everyone’s offers of help, but we don’t need volunteers. FBI assistance continues. Initial Report: It has been four days since 20-month-old Quinton Simon disappeared from his home on Buckhalter Road in Savannah. But there are few updates from the ongoing investigation. Chatham County Police Chief Jeff Hadley told county commissioners on Friday morning that police have exhausted the physical search but still consider this a missing person case. Chatham County police say they don’t believe there was any foul play involved and hope Quinton is still alive. TRENDING STORIES Here’s how you can be in a movie starring Channing Tatum, Scarlett Johansson filming near Savannah Fatal accident stops Highway 80 on Johnny Mercer Blvd “I hope he’s still alive” , Chatham County Police Chief Jeff Hadley said at a press conference Thursday. “We have no information to believe he is not.” Court documents obtained by WJCL show the family was at odds before Quinton disappeared. Documents show that Billie Jo Howell, Quinton’s grandmother, tried to remove the child’s mother, Lelani, and her boyfriend, Daniel Youngkin, from the house. Billie Jo, Lelani’s mother, said in the document “They damaged my property and at this point no one lives in peace.” She added that she wants Lelani and Daniel out “like ASAP.” Documents also show that Quinton’s grandparents, Billie Jo and her husband, are the ones with custody of Quinton and his 3-year-old brother. “She didn’t always do the right thing,” Billie Jo said of her daughter on Thursday. “Sometimes she does really well, sometimes she doesn’t. I don’t know what to think right now. I don’t know what to believe, because I don’t think anyone ever believes this is going to happen to them. I I don’t know if I can trust him or not I just know I’m in pain and I want this baby home He’s my baby “There’s a very sequential process going on here” , Hadley said on Friday. “It can be frustrating for the general public, it can be frustrating for all of you that things don’t move as quickly as you want them to. But we have to make sure we’re doing the right thing, that we’re being legal, making sure that we dot our I’s and our T’s. So if we find evidence, it may be admissible in court. a court and we can use them in court if we have to. According to the police, a search was carried out of the house, the backyard swimming pool and a nearby pond. Due to the possibility that the case could be a kidnapping, the FBI became involved, scouring the area by land and air for any signs of life. If you have any information regarding the case, call 911.

Update 8:35 a.m.: Chatham County Police released the following statement Saturday morning:

“Finding Quinton Simon is our top priority, and the intensity of our work is as high as it has been since the day he disappeared. We appreciate everyone’s offers of help, but we don’t need volunteers. FBI assistance continues.

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Initial report: It has been four days since 20-month-old Quinton Simon disappeared from his Buckhalter Road home in Savannah. But there are few updates from the ongoing investigation.

Chatham County Police Chief Jeff Hadley told county commissioners on Friday morning that police have exhausted the physical search but still consider this a missing person case.

Chatham County police say they don’t believe there was any foul play and hope Quinton is still alive.

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“I hope he’s still alive,” Chatham County Police Chief Jeff Hadley said at a press conference Thursday. “We have no information to believe he is not.”

Court documents obtained by WJCL show the family was at odds before Quinton disappeared.

Documents show that Billie Jo Howell, Quinton’s grandmother, tried to remove the child’s mother, Lelani, and her boyfriend, Daniel Youngkin, from the house.

Billie Jo, Lelani’s mother, said in the document “They damaged my property and at this point no one lives in peace.”

She added that she wants Lelani and Daniel out “as soon as possible.”

Documents also show that Quinton’s grandparents, Billie Jo and her husband, are the ones with custody of Quinton and his 3-year-old brother.

“She didn’t always do the right thing,” Billie Jo said of her daughter on Thursday. “Sometimes she does really well, sometimes she doesn’t. I don’t know what to think right now. I don’t know what to believe, because I don’t think anyone ever believes this is going to happen to them. I I don’t know if I can trust her or not. I just know I’m in pain and I want this baby home. She’s my baby.”

Chief Hadley said police would spare no effort in the search.

“There’s a very sequential process going on here,” Hadley said Friday. “It can be frustrating for the general public, it can be frustrating for all of you that things don’t move as quickly as you want them to. But we have to make sure we’re doing the right thing, that we’re being legal , making sure we dot our I’s and our T’s. So if we find evidence, it may be admissible in court and we can use it in court if we have to.

According to the police, a search was carried out of the house, the backyard swimming pool and a nearby pond.

Due to the possibility that the case could be a kidnapping, the FBI became involved, scouring the area by land and air for any signs of life.

If you have any information regarding the case, call 911.