LARGO, Fla. (WFLA) – Newly released police reports and Child Protection Investigation Division reports involving Charisse Stinson are shedding new light into 2-year-old Jordan Belliveau’s life before he was murdered.
A DCF report dated Sept. 2, 2018, the day Jordan was reported missing, stated, “Jordan just came out of DCF custody. The mother was able to get him back on Friday. He was taken away initially because the father is a drug dealer and gang member.”
Stinson regained custody of Jordan just one day before his disappearance.
“The father has a history of domestic battery on the mother which was the reason that Jordan was originally removed from his parents care,” the report went on to say.
According to another document dated June 18, 2017, Stinson “walked into the middle of a fight” while holding her son.
Jordan sustained an injury to his lip during the altercation. He was only 10-months-old at the time and was in foster care at the time, with Stinson allowed unsupervised visits to her son.
The document mentioned Stinson had previously lost custody of her children in the past due to fighting.
At the time of the June 18 incident, Jordan’s father, Jordan Belliveau Senior, was fighting a woman, because he had physically attacked the woman’s child.
The report states “the mother and the father are both known to be violent and dangerous people.”
Belliveau reportedly sold cocaine and marijuana from the home, according to the report and Stinson and Belliveau used the drugs “all of the time” while inside the home.
Another child in-home investigation report dated Oc. 31, 2016, reported someone fired shots at the home where Jordan was living with Belliveau and his grandmother on multiple occasions.
The document reports concern that little Jordan was exposed to firearms and drugs while at the home.