"I have a 9-year-old daughter now who will never, ever, ever walk through my front door", Antonio said in the video.
Retired L.A. County Sheriff's Sergeant Dan Scott, who has been involved in dozens of child abuse and death investigations, told The Los Angeles Times that it's "extremely rare to see a child's body dumped".
Authorities have not confirmed that Hunt and Graham are the persons of interest in custody. Family members told KTLA that was the little girl's mother and the mother's boyfriend.Now the grieving family wants answers.
Graham is not listed in the jail database and did not appear in court, though relatives reportedly said that she too is being held on $2 million bond.
Trinity Love Jones, along with a police sketch, whose body was found on a trail in LA County, Calif., on March 5. If convicted, Hunt faces a sentence of up to 50 years to life in state prison, prosecutors said.
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Hoglund said investigators believe the girl was left in light brush adjacent to the equestrian trail in the late evening hours of March 3, about a day-and-a-half before her body was found. "I just want justice".
Hunt, who is reportedly the boyfriend of Trinity's mother, was arrested on Saturday after police found him sleeping in his auto in a parking lot near the San Diego airport, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said. The sheriff's department later released a composite sketch of the girl, along with photos of a pink long-sleeve top with the words "Future Princess Hero" and gray trousers with pandas on them that she was wearing when her body was found.
A GoFundMe page created by Trinity's uncle describes her as "a very loving and caring little girl". "Although the Coroner's Office determined the death to be a homicide, the cause of death is being withheld".
A day after the gruesome discovery, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department released a sketch that showed a young girl wearing a pink shirt that read "Future Princess Hero" and trousers with a panda print.
If you believe you have any additional information regarding this case, you are encouraged to contact investigators at Homicide Bureau 323-890-5500.