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Awful dad, admits beating his seven-year-old son to death and feeding his remains to his pigs – Michael Jones and his wife found guilty in the depraved death of their son in Kansas City

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‘There a special place in hell for this evil couple.
How come all teight children in the household fell through the crack for Kansas Department For Children and Families?’

Police say seven-year-old Adrian Jones was murdered by his parents, Michael and Heather Jones, then turned to animal feed 2 years ago
Michael A Jones, 46, admitted beating his seven-year-old son to death on rural property in Piper, Kansas
His son’s remains were found in Nov  2015  near a barn on their rural property in Piper,  Kansas
Jones admitted in court that after killing his son he fed Adrian’s remains to his pigs
Jones lived in a filthy house with his wife Heather and seven other children lived in sub-human conditions, they family completely thrashed the rental valued at $500,000
Brother-in-law Michael Williams, alleged that Jones had abused his wife and the children in the home for years
His wife Heather Jones, 31, pled guilty last year November to first-degree murder in the death of her stepson, She is serving 25 to life
Sentencing for Michael Jones  is scheduled for May 3 after he  pled guilty  to one count of first-degree murder in the death of 7-year-old Adrian, Friday
He also faces life imprisonment with the possibility of parole in 25 years.

The boy’s remains of 7-year-old Adrian Jones were found in November 2015 near a barn on the rural property in Piper, outside of Kansas City, where Jones lived with his wife Heather and eight children ranging in ages from one to 11.
The family reportedly lived in deplorable conditions Adrian’s maternal grandmother, Judy Conway, told the Kansas City Star on Friday that she felt ‘relieved’ to hear about her former son-in-law’s guilty plea.
Heartless stepmom, Heather Jones, sentenced to life after pleading guilty to killing her 7-year-old stepson and feeding his remains to pigs
Heather Jones, Adrian’s stepmother, earlier pled guilty to first-degree murder and child abuse. The 31-year-old was sentenced to life imprisonment with the possibility of parole in 25 years, last November. She was also sentenced to an additional five years and eight months after pleading guilty to two counts of child abuse.
Sentencing for Michael Jones will be May 3, reports the Kansas City Star. He faces life imprisonment with the possibility of parole in 25 years.

The other children reportedly lived in deplorable conditions. They were also home schooled, according to the Kansas City Star.
Jones reportedly gained of custody of Adrian and his six sisters after breaking up with his ex-wife.  Authorities removed the six young girls from the home, including the then 1-year-old daughter he shared with Heather. They were taken into in protective custody.
Cops were initially responding to a domestic disturbance call to the home the day before Thanksgiving 2015 when they learned of a possible homicide.
According to the police report Michael Jones was attacking his wife and firing a gun at her.  Jones was arrested and later charged with aggravated battery and aggravated assault on both the wife and the children in connection with that disturbance.
But while on the scene investigating that incident, police learned that young Adrian had not been seen for several months and may have been killed.
The next day, on Thanksgiving, police served a search warrant on the property and found human remains in a barn.
Investigators report the house the couple’s rental was in a horrible state. One source said ”Their house was just filthy. The kids lived in filth. Trash everywhere. Dried food all over the house.’
Dead mice, cages full of rats, syringes, rat poison and pornographic videos are just some of the things that were found inside the home.

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Heather Jones (pictured), Adrian’s 31-year-old stepmother, pleaded guilty in November to first-degree murder and child abuse. She is serving a life sentence after her conviction

Property owner Jennifer Hoevers, who rented the home to Michael and Heather, said she was shocked and disgusted when she went inside the property for the first time since they’d been jailed.
Recounting that Michael and Heather Jones were ‘polite and respectful’ and showed interest in eventually buying the rural Kansas City home when they began renting more than two years ago. Hoevers said: ‘It took my breath away,’ she told Fox 4.
‘Fast food wrappers everywhere. There’s milk, rotting food everywhere.’
Police responded to a domestic violence call to the Jones’s residence [photo] on November 25, 2015, after Jones allegedly shot his wife

But now the $500,000 residence that Hoevers and her husband, who is currently deployed, put their entire life savings into has been trashed.
‘We had a lot of hopes and dreams for it,’ she said. ‘We wanted someone else to enjoy it. We saw that they had kids.’
‘Having little kids myself, I don’t know how anybody could allow their kids to live like this.’

Property owner Jennifer Hoevers, who rented the home to Michael and Heather, said she was shocked and disgusted when she went inside the property [above and below] for the first time since they’d been jailed

Heather Jones, Adrian’s stepmother, pleaded guilty in November to first-degree murder and child abuse.
The 31-year-old was sentenced to life imprisonment with the possibility of parole in 25 years. She was also sentenced to an additional five years and eight months after pleading guilty to two counts of child abuse.
Sentencing for Michael Jones will be May 3, reports the Kansas City Star. He faces life imprisonment with the possibility of parole in 25 years.
Wyandotte County District Attorney Jerry Gorman said this was “one of the worst things” investigators had ever seen.
Heather Jones bought the pigs in September 2015, around the same time authorities think the child may have been killed. At the time,  authorities reportedly  feared that the boy’s remains may have been fed to the swine, according to KPTV.
At sentencing for Heather Jones last year November, Wyandotte County Chief Deputy District Attorney, Sheryl Lidtke said it was the most heinous crime she has seen in her 27-year career as a prosecutor: “He [Adrian] was horribly abused, neglected and ultimately killed,” Lidtke said. “I’m sure his suffering was unbearable.”
She said he was physically and emotionally abused, confined and “essentially starved to death.”

Heather Jones’ father, Jeff Coon, said his daughter called him on Thanksgiving and told him Michael had killed the little boy and it would be ‘all over the news’.
‘He fed him to the pigs, is all she said,’ he told the Kansas City Star. ‘She just told me it was going to be all over the news, and that’s the last time we talked.’
Coon only learned days later that his daughter had been telling the truth.
‘I don’t know if I didn’t want to believe her,’ he said. ‘She was just calm, just like we’re talking now. That’s why I never gave it another thought.’
Because of his estrangement with his daughter, Coon had not seen Adrian for two years.
‘I just don’t understand what that little boy had done to get what he got. There’s no reason for it,’ he said of the young boy’s death.

The babysitters for the family claimed that multiple people contacted the Kansas Department For Children and Families with concerns about the children and their living conditions at the home

The babysitters for the family claimed that multiple people contacted the Kansas Department For Children and Families with concerns about the children’s welfare and their living conditions. It’s unclear if action was ever taken on the reports.
Michael Williams, Heather’s brother, alleged that his brother-in-law had abused his sister and the children in the home for years.
‘There are bullet holes in the walls of that house,’ he told NBC News. ‘So I’m sure you can understand what terror may have been going through that household daily.’

 

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