Tuesday, January 31, 2023
Tuesday, January 31, 2023

    Mother of slain toddler Quinton Simon is indicted on 19 counts including malice murder and concealing his death – nearly a month after his remains were found in Georgia landfill

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    Quinton Simon’s 22-year-old mother has officially been indicted on 19 counts, one month after the infant’s remains were found in a Georgia landfill, Your Content has learned.

    Leilani Simon, 22, is facing charges including malice murder, felony murder, concealment of death and making false statements to police.

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    A grand jury indictment says she hit her 20-month-old son ‘with an object’ that caused ‘cruel and excessive pain,’ which led to the toddler’s death.

    She then allegedly left her home in the early morning hours of October 5 to dump Quinton Simon’s remains at a dumpster in a nearby trailer park.

    FBI and Georgia Bureau of Investigation officials finally found his remains in a Savannah landfill on November 18, and Leilani was arrested days later,‘according to NBC News.

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