Oklahoma grandmother accused of leaving autistic grandson at rest stop, wants case dismissed

Janie L. Gill (Source: Greenwood Co. Sheriff's Office)
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KVOE Radio, WIBW The Oklahoma grandmother accused of leaving her non-verbal autistic grandson at a Greenwood County rest stop filed a motion to dismiss the case.

According to KVOE Radio, Jane Gill is requesting her Greenwood County case be dismissed because a federal habeas corpus writ, a court order demanding that a public official deliver a prisoner and demonstrate valid reasons for that person's detention, expired last month.

Gill is charged with child endangerment and interference with law enforcement in Kansas.

She is also charged with child neglect in Rogers County, Oklahoma in the same case.

Gill is accused of leaving her autistic grandson at a rest area in Greenwood County November 2018.

Gill is currently incarcerated in Phelps County, Missouri on forgery and disturbing the peace.