Quinn Beadle, 17, spiralled into depression and hanged herself from a tree at the end of her street in Durham after it was alleged she was groomed by a 50-year-old man.
The parents described it as ‘just another day’, with the teenager baking and watching TV with her mother before ordering the takeaway.
But Quinn has been battling depression after it was alleged a man in his 50s groomed her over a three-month period in December 2016.
Her mother Tracey, 39, told the Mirror Online: ‘Quinn was our beautiful 17-year-old daughter, she was kind, funny, stubborn, quirky, crazy and amazing.
‘Sadly one day, she decided that life was just too hard for her. We saw a change in Quinn after this [grooming allegations]. She just went very secretive.
Juan Rodriguez, 39, said he thought he had dropped them off at daycare in New York before he went to work at a hospital on Friday morning, according to the district attorney’s office.
A #NorthBranford man has just been taken away in an ambulance and is being evaluated for potential psychological issues after allegedly holding up a sign that said he would shoot people who didn’t slow down on Totoket Rd. near Sunnyside Dr. @FOX61News pic.twitter.com/Plqf5Xq9Ya— Tony Terzi (@T2Fox61) July 26, 2019
NORTH BRANFORD — Police said a man was arrested after holding a sign that read “Slow the F*** down!!! or I’ll shoot your windows! Try me!”
On Friday, North Branford Police said they responded to the area of Totoket Road and Sunnyside Drive, where they found Nicholas Spaeth, 29, holding the sign. In addition, police said they noticed what appeared to be a handgun in his waistband.
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