Police continue searching, receiving tips and information but are increasingly concerned as time goes by.
Jordan Belliveau who was last seen in the area of Lake Avenue and East Bay Drive in Largo on Saturday.
According to police, the child's mother said she and her son were walking from their home Saturday evening when she accepted a ride from a stranger. She claimed that the man, named Antwan, attacked her and beat her unconscious. When she woke up in Largo Central Park, Jordan was gone, she said.
The child's mother reported Jordan missing early Sunday morning.
Police released a sketch Monday of a man wanted in connection to the boy's disappearance.
In another development Monday afternoon, Largo police investigators found bloody items inside the mother's apartment but did not know they were Jordan's or how long they had been there. Police said they did not find anything else significant in the apartment search.
Police did say Jordan's mother and father are cooperating with the investigation and leads keep coming in.
"To anyone out there who knows where Jordan is, if anyone has Jordan, please take him to any safe place," said the boy's grandmother, Jessica Belliveau. "Safe places, any fire station, any library or any police station. We just want Jordan back safe."
Crews are currently focusing their search efforts in the area of Lake and East Bay Drive, the last location the mother reported seeing Jordan. The search for Jordan may expand to a shoulder-to-shoulder walk through the area as early as Tuesday, police said.
Police said Antwan, who is black, is thought to be about 26 years old with dreadlocks and gold teeth. He was seen wearing black basketball shorts and a white tank top.
Antwan was thought to be driving a 2010 white Toyota Camry with a white grill and dark tinted windows. Police said the car may have a rosary hanging from the rear view mirror and a Black Ice air freshener.
If you have any information on the location of Jordan, contact the Largo Police Department at 1-727-587-6730 or 911.
Looking for this man in case of missing child.
TAMPA, Fla. -- A girl has died after Tampa police say she was thrown into the Hillsborough River Thursday afternoon.
Officials said 911 calls started coming in around 4 p.m. from witnesses saying they'd seen a woman throwing a child into the river. Dive crews and police officers responded to the area near the river and Columbus Drive.
"You can just imagine the Fire Rescue and the police officers who responded to this scene and, you know, the craziness of the world that we live in at times," said Tampa Police Chief Brian Dugan.
Divers eventually found the child — a four-year-old girl — unconscious and submerged in the water about 75 feet off shore. She did not survive.
"Eventually, we just saw the scuba divers out there pulling up with a body," said resident Romano Muniz. "Then everybody going full attack mode to make sure she got in the ambulance and then taken to St. Joe's."
Officers located a woman believed to be the child's mother walking nearby and took her into custody.
"Unfortunately at this point there are more questions than there are answers," Dugan said.
"As the lady came back and came onshore, she tried to walk down our street here, and some other neighbor called the police, called 911, and the police were able to apprehend her before she got far," said resident Victor DiMaio.
Officials said investigators have been interviewing the woman for several hours. Police are also working to locate other family members.
No names have been released thus far.
As the neighborhood mourns, the "why" of it all remains unclear.
"It's really sad," said resident Vicki Walker. "I don't know the circumstances, I don't know what's happening in their lives, but it's killing me. It's really hard."
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Charles was a guy who seemed to struggle with his relationships; no matter how many women he would meet; he struggled to have loving, long lasting, faithful, and serious relationships. The problem was not so much the women he met, but more so that he felt a need to sleep around on his partners. Growing up, Charles was never in a stable home. He found his father sleeping around with many different women, and Charles often saw his mother crying every night once she would find the phone numbers, condoms, and smell of women perfume on his father’s cloths.
Often Charles would get so raged at the dinner table not talking to his mom or dad. He would lash out and throw things across the room. As Charles got older, he began dating more and finding himself in the same shoes his father filled. He would call multiple girls and tell them that they were the only one. Charles would often have flashbacks of sitting in the backseat of his father’s car, as his father told this very line to a woman he was seeing secretly. Soon Charles would disrespect the women he met when he did not get his way. Charles felt this was the way to treat women after seeing his father beat his mother for rejecting him for sex.
Charles needs attention; this is the case because he never got it from his mother or father. Charles has a lot to prove being that he was often told by his mother, if he is a man he can never fall short of commitment. In addition, crying would be beneath a man and a man should never be too sensitive. Charles was told as a child he was not smart enough to go to school, but it was okay for him to work technical skills on a job. He was told no man should ever sit at a desk and do women’s work.
Charles battled with drugs and often suffered from alcoholism. He remembered seeing his father smoking weed and drinking beer by the cases. One day Charles had a conversation with his 69 year old father. His father asked “son what you are doing with your life”? He said “dad I am doing everything that you did; I followed the rules my mom instructed and since I have been doing this, I find that life is not worth living. For some reason, it’s hard to change and I never was able to express myself. I fail at communicating, having relationships, and being normal in a regular world.
I blame me for trusting you father, I blame me for trusting you mother, I blame myself for being what you both were. A mother who is weak and took shit for years from a man who never showed love. Father you were a man who did not know sensitivity, or how to be there and support his children and wife. You beat women, smoked, and drunk alcohol until you could not stand. So why do you ask me now why I am the way I am? I am what you and my mother created".
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