Amy Fleming, the mother charged in her son’s death from 1986, was supposed to be back in court on Thursday, but her case was delayed to a later date.
Fleming is facing an open murder charge for the death of her 3-year-old son, Francillon Pierre.
The boy was reported missing by Fleming and her then-boyfriend, Lee Luster on Aug. 2, 1986. They say he disappeared when he was with them at the Broad Acres Swap Meet in North Las Vegas.
Amy Fleming is scheduled back in court this morning after prosecutors announced they’d be revealing thousands of documents they claim prove she killed her 3-year-old son back in 1986. Her defense insists she’s innocent. Hear from both sides on @8NewsNow Good Day 5 & 6 a.m. #8NN pic.twitter.com/D85DaFohOe— Hector Mejia (@hectormejianews) March 14, 2019
The case received national attention and resulted in hundreds of leads and tips, but nothing led to the boy’s whereabouts.
According to North Las Vegas Police, the majority of witnesses at the swap meet that day reported that they never saw the boy with his mother or stepfather.