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HEARTLESS!!! Man Pleads Guilty For Killing His 7-Year-Old Son & Feeding His Boy To Pigs


A 41-year-old man has admitted killing his 7-year-old son and feeding his body to pigs.
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The man, Michael A. Jones has pleaded guilty in Wyandotte County District Court last week Friday, March 31.
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He was charged on one count of first-degree murder of his child, Adrian Jones who remains were found in a barn at a home rented by Jones and his wife.
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The crime scene, according to reports was “one of the worst things” investigators had seen in their careers, according to Wyandotte County District Attorney Jerome Gorman.
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The Chief Deputy District Attorney Sheryl Lidtke described the killed boy as a curious, energetic boy who was cute as a button.
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“He was horribly abused, neglected and ultimately killed. I ‘m sure his suffering was unbearable” she said.
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According to court documents, the boy died between September 18 and October 4th, 2015, but his remains weren’t found until more than a month later.
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His body was found when police called to the family’s home for a domestic disturbance.
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A search warrant was executed and human remains found in a barn in the family home.
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The remains was identified as Adrian’s after DNA testing.The boy’s stepmother, Heather Jones, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and child abuse in November and she was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 25 years.
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She also received an additional five years and eight monthsin prison for child abuse.
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Jones, the boy’s father, who faces a life sentence with no chance of parole for 25 years, is scheduled to be sentenced on May 3, 2017.
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Judy Conway, the boy’s grandmother said she was relieved to learn of the guilty plea.
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She said, “It makes me pretty happy. I am relieved that Jones and Heather Jones will hopefully be behind bars for the rest of their lives. It won’t bring Adrian back, of course, but it makes me feel really good that neither one can hurt another child again.”

 
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