A Queens home owner who located a woman’s remains concealed in his house’s basement expended Father’s Working day grappling with the shock as his son was staying questioned in the demise.
Gilbert Legendre, 65, created the morbid discovery in his Laurelton property at 138th Ave. in the vicinity of Carson St. Saturday afternoon.
“I did not present what I observed,” Legendre stated of his interaction with law enforcement after contacting 911. “I just see one thing there and I just closed it again up and identified as them. I see something, possibly bones.”
The house owner lifted up a plywood board following noticing a foul odor although he was cleaning the basement wherever his son lived, then found a significant gap with a plastic bag that contains the stays, cops mentioned Saturday.
Cops took Legendre’s 30-year-aged son into custody when he returned home later on in the working day, law enforcement stated. He has not however been billed with a crime.
When requested about his son’s attainable involvement Legendre grew flustered.
“Right now I’m just nonetheless owning troubles examining it, you know?” he mentioned. “It’s Father’s Day. I’m just making an attempt to see if I can wrap my head all around this. My full working day is messed up.”
Police sources claimed the son suffers from schizophrenia. It’s suspected the remains belong to his former girlfriend, who also endured from schizophrenia and disappeared additional than four months in the past, the sources stated.