A Queens homeowner who uncovered a woman’s continues to be hidden in his house’s basement used Father’s Working day grappling with the shock as his son was currently being questioned in the dying.
Gilbert Legendre, 65, built the morbid discovery in his Laurelton house at 138th Ave. in close proximity to Carson St. Saturday afternoon.
“I didn’t present what I identified,” Legendre stated of his conversation with police right after calling 911. “I just see something there and I just shut it again up and named them. I see a little something, possibly bones.”
The home owner lifted up a plywood board soon after noticing a foul odor while he was cleaning the basement where his son lived, then located a substantial gap with a plastic bag containing the stays, cops explained Saturday.
Cops took Legendre’s 30-yr-old son into custody when he returned property afterwards in the working day, police reported. He has not nonetheless been billed with a crime.
When questioned about his son’s attainable involvement Legendre grew flustered.
“Right now I’m just nonetheless possessing issues examining it, you know?” he stated. “It’s Father’s Day. I’m just hoping to see if I can wrap my head close to this. My complete working day is messed up.”
Police resources reported the son suffers from schizophrenia. It’s suspected the stays belong to his former girlfriend, who also endured from schizophrenia and disappeared much more than four months in the past, the sources mentioned.