Quinton Simon: Grandmom of missing toddler says she can ‘feel calming peaceful sunshine’ in bizarre FB post

Quinton Simon: Grandmom of missing toddler says she can ‘feel calming peaceful sunshine’ in bizarre FB post
Quinton Simon's grandmother has been sharing posts on Facebook continuously after the little one vanished on October 5 (Facebook/ Billie Jo Howell and Twitter/ @ChathamCountyPD)

CHATHAM COUNTY, GEORGIA: The grandmother of Quinton Simon, who has been missing since October 5 morning, has taken to Facebook to share an odd post while search for the tot is ongoing. Billie Jo Howell, who reportedly has the legal custody of the missing 20-month-old and his brother, wrote on the social media platform that she can “feel the calming peaceful sunshine”.

On her Facebook account, which seems to be deleted now, Billie said on Tuesday, October 11, “Seems there’s always a storm before the calm in my life. Boy let me tell you it felt like a tornado was spinning everything at once. Finally I feel the calming peaceful sunshine hitting my face. Those of you who stood with me and helped me through man y’all are amazing. I love y’all. You all know the parts you’ve played in my life. No matter what we been through I love you.”

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Earlier, the grandmother had reportedly expressed her doubt over her daughter Leilani Simon, who is also the mother of Quinton. She said, “Sometimes she does really great, 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 anybody ever believes this is going to happen to them. I don't know if I can trust her or I don't,” as she added, “I just know I'm hurting and I want this baby home. He's my baby.”

Besides, on Tuesday, the Chatham County Police Department issued a statement, giving an update on the case. It noted, “We've seized evidence that we believe will help move this case forward & we're now working to analyze the evidence to see where it leads us. We continue to pursue all avenues to bring Quinton home, following all leads and evidence. There will be no further public statements today.”

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Several people commented below the official tweet with a person saying, “Don't shut out the public. We all want to know if baby Quentin is safe. The story has reached as far out to my home, New York. That's how big the story is! People here even in New York are wanting to volunteer for the search for baby Quinton! I am 9ne of them! We need to search.” Another person said, “Praying🙏 for Quinton Simons, the entire Chatham county PD, Police chef Hadley & the FBI & special agency & agents brought in & the detectives who working tirelessly & the fire department,SPD & the entire neighborhood & entire community, those who knew Quinton Simons & the family.”

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“Thank you LE for working so hard to find Quinton! Missing children cases are the hardest,  as many times we've seen awful endings by adults - parents,  boyfriend or girlfriend,  step parents,  strangers.  Quinton,  you have a lot of people praying for you as well as LE!” the third one stated and the fourth person added, “Social services r so overwhelmed to keep little ones safe. Now we have CPD, FBI, K-9, & police professional diving team, my heart breaks for them not finding little Quinton. Prayers for u & ur fms. for all the hard working hours. May God help us find Quinton. 🙏”

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