Chicago Mom’s Bad Choice

The horrific scene above is only a part of what we found in the Chicago apartment. Jill D. was frequently out of town for her work which meant she would have to leave her four year old son with a caretaker occasionally.

Jill D. had been dating a man for about six months who seemed to really like her son. She started letting him sleep over and get to know her son.

Her trust was misplaced, obviously. She left her son in his care for two days while she traveled to Atlanta for business.

She returned to find her son had been beaten to death and left alone in the apartment. Her boyfriend was nowhere to be found. He had apparently lost his temper or something where the situation escalated out of control.

Her son was only four years old and had no chance to survive against this monster. Police and FBI are searching for the missing boyfriend.

Our hearts are broken over this and other similar situations, just when you think that it couldn’t get any worse we see something like this.

Jill D. has enough emotional turmoil, shock and dismay to even begin to know what to do next. The last problem she needs is to worry about cleanup, and even when the place is returned to its normal state her life will never be the same. She is talking about relocating.

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Ted Pelot Owner & President of Crime Scene Cleanup Company - Advanced Bio-Treatment