Police charge Florida mother with murder of two-year-old son she reported missing

Police charge Florida mother with murder of two-year-old son she reported missing

Police charge Florida mother with murder of two-year-old son she reported missing

Instead of taking her dying son to the hospital, police told reporters in a news conference, Stinson took him to a secluded wooded area and hid his body. A press conference is planned for 8:45 p.m. EST. She claims police were aware.

In the next message, Turner asks if Stinson is pregnant again. "Something Is Not Right Period..."

So when Turner made that post on her own Facebook page, she had already spoken to Stinson. She then hit herself to create "self-inflicted injuries" that she later presented as results of a conflict with a stranger, according to authorities. She woke up in Largo Central Park without Jordan. Stinson says they were.

He had seizures all during that night, the police documents said, and his condition worsened.

She later admitted injuring the boy and leaving him to die, police say. The alert was canceled when his body was found Tuesday afternoon. Stinson says "go to hell".

The area where the Largo Police Department found Jordan Belliveau's body, taken in 2018.

Police Lt. Randall Chaney said Wednesday that detectives believe that was all a lie.

Police said they had recovered "bloody items" from the apartment where Jordan and his mother lived, although they did not say it was in any way connected to the boy's disappearance.

The devastating death of 2-year-old Jordan Belliveau at the hands of his mother has left his family distraught and heartbroken, and the community dismayed.

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Largo Police had issued an Amber Alert for Jordan. Police even put out a sketch based on her description.

Stinson said that she and Jordan on the night of September 1 entered the vehicle of a man who was giving them a ride.

He said need to find the boy was their top priority and they later learned the man did not exist.

Police acted on the belief that the boy had been abducted by the man she called "Antwon" in a white 2010 Toyota Camry.

Jordan may also be identified by a "partially healed cut" under his chin, police said.

Turner has kept posting on her Facebook page about the case.

One Facebook commenter said, "As soon as that amber alert beeped u should've been at the station...u could've helped save him!"

An arrest report says Stinson told investigators that in a moment of frustration she struck the child, causing his head to hit a wall.

Charisse Stinson, 21, was ordered held without bond on a first-degree murder charge by a Pinellas County judge during a court appearance Wednesday afternoon.

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