US News: Quinton Simon update: Protesters arrested outside missing toddler’s home amid Savannah landfill search

As the search for missing toddler Quinton Simon drags on, three protesters have been arrested outside of his home.

Twenty-month-old Quinton was reported missing more than three weeks ago from his home in Savannah on the morning of 5 October.

Last week, Chatham County police announced that they believe the toddler – who is feared dead – is somewhere buried in a landfill, where an exhaustive search is underway.

Quinton’s mother, 22-year-old Leilani Simon, is considered the “prime suspect” but has not been arrested or charged. She came under heightened public scrutiny after being spotted drinking at a beach bar in Tybee Island while investigators combed through the landfill.

On Friday night, as the landfill search paused for the weekend, police were called to the Simon home on reports of disorder.

Three protesters were subsequently arrested for allegedly blocking the driveway and preventing someone from being able to leave, WJCL reported.

Key Points

  • Quinton Simon’s mother seen out drinking at bar amid landfill search
  • Search for Quinton Simon focuses on landfill
  • Quinton Simon’s babysitter raised concerns with Child Protective Services


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