Amber Alert Jordan Belliveau Florida
September 5, 2018 – The body of Jordan Belliveau has been found in the woods in Largo. His mother, Charisse Stinson was arrested Tuesday on charges of first degree murder in the death of her 2-year-old son, Largo Police Chief Jeff Undestad said.
September 4, 2018 – On Monday, authorities found bloody clothes inside the home of Jordan and his mother, Charisse. Largo Police Major Stephen Slaughter stated during a news conference that Jordan had suffered a cut that required stitches.
Jordan Belliveau and his mother were walking near Lake Avenue and East Bay Drive in Largo in Saturday, September 2, 2018, when a man asked them if they would like a ride. Jordan’s mom, Charisse Stinson accepted and got into the car. The man said his name was Antwan and was driving a white Toyota Camry.
The mother stated she got into a fight with Antwan and he punched her in the head. When she woke up she was in Largo’s Central Park in a wooded area. Jordan was not with her.
Description of Jordan released by Largo police
- Jordan Belliveau, is a black male and is 2 ft. 6 inches tall, he weighs 30 pounds and has short brown hair and brown eyes.
- He has a partially healed cut on the underside of his chin and a birthmark on the right side of his stomach.
- Jordan was wearing a blue shirt with “72” on the front, blue gym shorts with a black and white stripe, black socks, and black and white Nike sneakers.
Description of “Antwan”
- Black male who is 25 years-old and has brown hair, and brown eyes, wearing a white tank top and black basketball shorts with an “AMD1” logo.
- The man has dreadlocks and gold teeth and may go by the name Antwan.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of this child please contact the Largo Police Department at (727) 587-6730 or call 911.
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