Dead mice, syringes and porn found in home where parents killed boy, fed him to pigs

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.

‘It took my breath away,’ she told FOX 4.

‘Fast food wrappers everywhere. There’s milk, rotting food everywhere.’

Hoevers said there was also black mold growing all over the house, bullet holes in the wall, entire bathrooms ripped apart and a trashed swimming pool, she wrote in a GoFundMe page for the destroyed house.

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

Gorman said the alleged crime scene was ‘one of the worst things’ he had ever witnessed.

Hoevers said Michael and Heather Jones were ‘polite and respectful’ and showed interest in eventually buying the rural Kansas City home when they began renting it a year and a half ago.

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.’

Michael has also been charged with aggravated battery and aggravated assault with a firearm against Heather.

Police responded to a domestic violence call to the home on November 25 after Jones allegedly shot his wife.

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’.

Syringes (pictured) and pornographic videos were also strewn about the house 

‘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.

There were six girls living in the Jones home at the time.

Hoevers and her husband, who is currently deployed, put their entire life savings into the $500,000 house

They ranged in age from younger than two to ten-years-old and have since been placed in protective custody.

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.

Michael Williams, Heather Jones’ brother, alleged that Michael had abused his wife 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.’

Michael Jones is being held on $10million bond. It is the highest bond Gorman has ever asked for in his 34 years as a prosecutor.

Heather Jones is being held on a $5million bond.

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 (pictured) 

Source: The DailyMail

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