On Wednesday October 5, Quinton Simon, a 20-month-old little boy, mysteriously disappeared in the State of Georgia, in the United States. Very quickly, suspicion turned to his mother, who had declared his disappearance. Indeed, the latter had sent a strange SMS to her son’s babysitter, asking her not to come and babysit him. If she is the main suspect, there is currently no evidence to charge her.
Since the disappearance of the little boy, the case has stalled and the investigators announced to his family that Quinton Simon was presumed dead. According to the authorities, his body could have been deposited in a landfill and the agents have been trying to search for several days, without success.
Quinton Simon’s grandfather dies after being hit by a car
A month after the disappearance of Quinton Simon, the fate has once again hounded his family. Indeed, a terrible tragedy took place on Wednesday, November 2 in the morning. According to information from NBC News, Henry Dale Moss Sr., the boy’s paternal grandfather, was killed. Captain Jimmy Wyldes said of the tragedy: “Preliminary investigation indicates that the man was struck while he was on the road by an unknown vehicle”.
According to the first elements of the investigation, the one who was nicknamed “Bubby” was walking on the side of the road to return home after the puncture of a tire of his car when he was knocked down. He later died of his injuries at the scene of the accident. After his death, Henry Dale Moss Sr.’s niece said on Facebook, “To say that my family has been going through a horrible ordeal for a month is not enough. There is so much pain and sadness.” A very sad news for the family already very affected by the disappearance of a child.
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