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Multiple law enforcement agencies continue investigating the disappearance of 20-month-old Quinton Simon, who was reported missing Wednesday morning around 9:40 a.m. from his home on Buckhalter Road.


Quinton Simon is 20 months old.


Chatham County Police Chief Jeff Hadley said in a press conference earlier Thursday that investigators from the county’s police were joined by Savannah Police Department’s mounted patrol, investigators from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and aviation partners to provide air support and drone imaging for an extensive grid search on Wednesday in the area between Garrard Avenue, Chatham Parkway, Buckhalter Road, and Louis B. Mills Road. The location was closed to traffic on Wednesday as crews conducted their search.

“This remains a missing child investigation at this time,” said Hadley, who clarified that no evidence pointed to abduction or foul play. “But everything is on the table.”

Hadley said investigators worked until 2 a.m. and returned at 8 a.m. to conduct additional interviews and begin searching through phone records and footage from video cameras mounted near Simon’s disappearance. Search warrants have been issued for the home.

Hadley said the parents of Simon have been cooperating with investigators.

Anyone with information concerning the whereabouts of Quinton Simon should contact Chatham County Police Department’s Crime Tip at https://police.chathamcountyga.gov/Tips.

Tips can also be submitted through a CrimeStoppers online tip portal at https://www.p3tips.com/tipform.aspx?ID=757. Tipsters may qualify for a reward of up to $2,500, depending on the severity of the crime.


On Wednesday night, Georgia authorities announced they believe Quinton Simon, the 20-month-old boy who went missing from his Savannah home a week ago, is dead.

Quinton Simon was reported missing on Oct. 5, and at the time, authorities said there was no indication that foul play factored into his disappearance. But now the Chatham County Police Department said in a statement on Twitter that his mother, Leilani Simon, is the “prime suspect” in his disappearance and presumed death.

No arrests have been made at this time and no charges have been filed. A press conference is scheduled for later Thursday.


“The Chatham County Police Department has arrested 22-year-old Leilani Simon and charged her with murder in connection with the disappearance and death of her son, 20-month-old Quinton Simon,” it wrote on Twitter Monday.

The mother of Quinton Simon has been arrested and charged with his death after police believe they have found the remains of the 20-month-old.

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