Sushi Staples Wiki – Sushi Staples Biography

A woman who police say left her dead 10-year-old son in a trash can for the better part of a year inside the garage of her Illinois home has now been charged with several felonies, including one count of concealing the child’s body. Sushi Staples of Rock Island, Illinois, 37, was arrested on July 26. The body of her son, Zion Staples, was found by police that same day. Police located the deceased boy after receiving a tip from a neighbor who said Staples made several strange comments to him about the boy, ultimately cementing their suspicions that something was wrong at the home, ABC6 KWQC reported.

Staples reportedly told the neighbor that “Christmas would never be the same” just days into the new year, and before long, the neighbor contacted the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, or DCFS, requesting a wellness check. . Although several calls were made to the apartment, the neighbor said, it wasn’t until July 25 that someone finally showed up at the Staples home. Illinois DCFS did not immediately respond to a request for comment Thursday.

Sushi Staples Age

The age of Sushi Staples is 37 year.


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Charges on Sushi Staples

Police have not released details of the boy’s autopsy report but have considered him a suspect, although no one, including the boy’s mother, has been charged with causing his death. Staples was charged last week with obstructing justice, failing to report the death of a child under 13 and concealing the death. Bail is set at $500,000 and his next court appearance is scheduled for August 15. According to police records, Staples will be represented by a public defender.

The horrors of what happened to Zion Staples seemed to baffle a neighbor. The woman, who did not identify herself in an Aug. 2 interview with ABC6 News, recalled how she once had a dead raccoon in her yard that was put in a garbage bag and then on her property.

“And she couldn’t even stand the smell waiting for garbage day. I can’t imagine that, with the direction of the wind, nobody would be able to smell that,” she said. Neighbors Andre and Danielle Builta, who also spoke to ABC6, said there was never any indication that anything so gruesome had happened at the Staples home. Everything, the couple said, seemed “really normal.” Read More…….


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