Each time Jeremy arrived for a visit or to give his nieces Christmas gifts, his brother refused to open the door. Jeremy recalls watching his two older nieces peek through the blinds and wave a few times. He made sure nobody got in contact with his kids and his wife so he could hold onto this damn secret.
In an interview from jail with a Las Vegas TV reporter, Jason Quate alleged that the claims of murder and abuse that police say his wife made were lies.
He said his wife told him that she had given the 6-year-old up for adoption.
Photo by Denise Hollinshed, [email protected] open doorway gives this view of the interior of a garage where the body of a child was found in the 7200 block of Russell Avenue in Centreville on Monday, June 6, 2017.
Photo by Robert Cohen, [email protected] Quate was arrested in a Las Vegas sex trafficking case that also generated a tip that took police in the Metro East to the decomposed body of a child in a Centreville garage.
He last visited the home where his sister and her family were living in Belleville in 2012.
No one would come to the door even though he heard noises inside the house and saw light coming through a covered window.Jeremy said he just wanted a check on their welfare, especially after his brother removed his girls from school a few years ago.His concern deepened after multiple attempted visits to the brothers’ childhood home on Lebanon Avenue in Belleville, a house Jason inherited from their adoptive parents.He said he called Belleville police and the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services multiple times during the last several years requesting a check on his nieces.He was told there wasn’t enough information for officials to pursue an investigation.Create your own spin on our music with over 14 million songs.