LARGO, Fla. — A hearing is scheduled Tuesday for the mother accused of killing her 2-year-old son Jordan Belliveau.

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Charisse Stinson is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Belliveau.   

New documents in the case said responding Largo officers talked about searching Stinson's apartment and the park where she claimed her son was taken from her. 

In Sept. 2018, Stinson told Largo police she had accepted a ride from a man who she believed had kidnapped Jordan.  An Amber Alert was sent out and Jordan was found dead in a wooded area of Largo on September 4, 2018.

Stinson later told police that she hit Jordan, causing his head to hit a wall and resulting in a seizure. Jordan died a few hours later. The medical examiner determined the cause of death was from blunt force trauma. 

Stinson was six months pregnant when arrested after Jordan's death.  She gave birth to baby girl in December, who is now in the care of Jordan's former foster parents. 

At Stinson's last pre-trial hearing in October, attorneys expressed concerns regarding the amount of documents DCF would need to redact for the trial since Stinson grew up in the foster system herself. 

Her murder trial has been set to begin March 2, 2020.