In a July 2013 interview with a Missouri Children’s Division worker and police officer, 5-year-old Adrian Jones talked about how his dad, Michael Jones, would kick him in the head and his stepmom, Heather Jones, would pull on his ears.
In a July 2013 interview with a Missouri Children’s Division worker and police officer, 5-year-old Adrian Jones talked about how his dad, Michael Jones, would kick him in the head and his stepmom, Heather Jones, would pull on his ears. File photo
In a July 2013 interview with a Missouri Children’s Division worker and police officer, 5-year-old Adrian Jones talked about how his dad, Michael Jones, would kick him in the head and his stepmom, Heather Jones, would pull on his ears. File photo

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