While the 20-month-old Quinton has not been seen since last Wednesday, and WSAV now knows, according to Quinton’s babysitter Diana McCarta, Georgia’s Division of Family & Children Services (DFCS) had an open case involving Quinton.
His babysitter said she talked to DFCS and so did other people in that neighborhood. The video — which McCarta’s daughter recorded — shows Quinton’s grandmother in Quinton’s babysitter’s house.
McCarta says Quinton’s grandmother barged through her backdoor mad over the thought of a memorial.
“You’re awful to say you’re going to put up a memorial,” Howell says. “My baby’s not dead.”
McCarta isn’t the only neighbor claiming they were concerned about the children in this home.
“He was running back and forth in front of the house and I was afraid he was gon’ get hit,” a neighbor told WSAV last week. That neighbor didn’t want to show her face on camera and she cried recounting the story.