Video shows Quawan 'Bobby' Charles leaving home day he was reported missing: Officials
Quawan "Bobby" Charles leaves the home of Louisiana days before his body was discovered, police reported, in the murderous search of a missing Black boy.
Baldwin Police posted a 30 Oct. video of Charles leaving home and approaching a car from his aunt, ABC affiliate Lafayette KATC confirmed on Tuesday. The newspaper reported.
PHOTO: During a 15 year-old Quawan Charles who vanished and was found dead near Loreauville, La., november 14, 2020, heard speeches in the town council during the march for justice.
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A Baldwin police article received from ABC News reveals Charles' mother confirmed that the 15-year-old who was missing later that day.
On 3 November, in the Iberia Parish, his family said a teen's body had been discovered on a 20-meter patch of sugar cane.
A image of his body circulated online last week, bringing focus to the condition surrounding his death which was thought to be "suspicious." by the local sheriff's department.
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The family of Charles demanded the answers in his death and asked why, after a State police reported missing, acts such as missing children's counselling were not given.
"Our crusade for Quawan 'Bobby' Charles and his family will continue until justice is served," the family lawyers said Monday in a letter.
PHOTO: Quawan Charles, 15 years old, has been discovered dead days since he has been missing.
There was a mistake (Family of Quawan Charles)
The American Civil Liberties Union still calls for an impartial and thorough inquiry into murder, with the group alleging the "lack of transparency demonstrated by local officials."
Baldwin Chief Assistant Sam Wise reported to KATC on Tuesday that authorities did not feel the case fulfilled the abduction conditions required to call the state police 'and there were no eye-witnesses or anyone claiming he leapt into a car, or someone abducted or beat him and got him into that vehicle.'
"There was no signs of a kidnapping or abduction at that time," Wise told the channel.
According to the police investigation, Charles was entered as a missing or escaping individual by the National Crime Reporting Center.
Charles' father found that just after 4 p.m. his son was gone.
The police report reported on Oct. 30.
According to a study, his father claimed that he was searching for the missing teenage girl at a football match and at a Halloween function when his mother was looking at him in Youngsville.
On November 3, hours after one of his parents had contacted him, authorities said the Iberia Parish Sherif discovered the body of Charles.
The Iberia Parish Sheriffs Office noting the "public interest in the case on Saturday, said in an update that video footage was collected, revealing Charles alone close to where he later discovered his corpse.
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The sheriff's office said that it held a series of interviews with individuals who were supposedly in touch with Charles shortly before he vanished.
Charles' possible cause of death was ruled as drowning by the Iberia Parish Coroner's Office.
No damage before death was recorded in the autopsy report.
An independent autopsy report issued on Monday by the Charles family and their lawyers also contained drowning results, although no preliminary cause of death was reported.
A final report is as applicable, based on toxicology, histology and more study knowledge.'
The article was sponsored by the ABC News' Scottye Kennedy.
The video reveals Quawan "Bobby," Charles, leaving home day when he was known to be absent.