2-Month-Old Baby Missing. Mom is the Prime Suspect in His Disappearance. Landfill Being Searched.
An infant from Washington, D.C. has been missing for almost a week and his family wants desperately to find him.
The Metropolitan Police Department says that 2-month-old Kyon Jones was last seen Wednesday in the 1500 block of Benning Road, NE. He wasn't reported missing until Friday.
Police were seen at that address earlier today looking for unspecified evidence. Reports say that the infant's mother has allegedly admitted that the baby boy died and she disposed of his body.
In a Facebook live video, posted by Henderson Long, the founder of D.C.’s Missing Voice, the baby's mother, who has not yet been named, says that the baby died in his sleep.
This video interview was for news outlet WUSA and, we must admit, this woman doesn't sound like she's doing well. Her story is jumbled and there are seriously large gaps in her points of recollection. It is unclear if the child's mother actually did what she admits to doing in the video but, her words have prompted a search of the landfill. Police do suspect foul play.
No one can confirm or deny her story so, in the meantime, we're all looking for this little baby.
Jones is described as a Black infant with brown hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information should call the department at (202) 727-9099.