Tuesday, August 7, 2012
No reasons given as to why DSS has removed Aiden McGrew's siblings.
SUMMERVILLE — For the second time since their infant son was fatally mauled by the family dog, Chantel and Quintin McGrew have had their two surviving children removed by the Department of Social Services, Count on 2 reports citing a family source. No reasons were given as to why the children were taken, according to the story. To read more, click here. Quintin McGrew was charged with unlawful child neglect after the Dorchester County coroner ruled his infant son's death a homicide and deputies said McGrew was sleeping at the time the family's dog fatally dismembered the 2-month-old in April. The children were taken first in the aftermath of the incident, and returned mid-June.
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
A jury will decide fate for father of a newborn fatally dismembered by the family dog in April.
ST. GEORGE — A judge ruled Friday that there was enough evidence for a jury to decide the fate of a man accused of unlawful child neglect, according to an Associated Press report. Quintin McGrew, 28, of Ridgeville was charged after his two-month-old son, Aiden, was fatally dismembered by the family dog as he allegedly slept in another room. The ruling by the judge Friday came just two days before Sunday's fatal dog attack on a toddler in Mount Pleasant. According to the Associated Press, the attorney for McGrew, Andy Savage, said the McGrew family was being prosecuted because it was one of the "working poor families who didn't have a crib in their home." The Frances R. Willis SPCA in Summerville will have a Dog Safety 10 a.m. June 9 to …
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Father of the two-month-old newborn mauled last month is out on $50,000 bond.
SUMMERVILLE — More than a week after the Dorchester County coroner ruled Aiden McGrew's death as homicide, Dorchester County Sheriff's Office has charged and arrested his father with unlawful child neglect. According to the sheriff's office, Quintin McGrew was allegedly asleep at the time when a dog fatally mauled his two-month-old son. McGrew was arrested late Wednesday morning, according to Dorchester County Sheriff PIO Maj. John Garrison. At 4 p.m., McGrew had a bond hearing and is now out on a $50,000 person recognizance bond, according to Garrison. Updated 5:05 p.m. Wednesday, May 2, to add information from bond hearing.