FOX 44 Local News's Michael Henrich interviewed the step-grandmother of the babies at the time. She said Grant was constantly showing up at his ex's house. His conditions of release specifically said Grant was not to come into contact with her, her address, or her children.
"Jeremy did show up at her house Friday night with birthday gifts for her, a scrapbook that he had taken and a forgive me type love letter," she said. "He needs to stop falling through the cracks and not following his conditions."
In July - FOX 44 Local News caught Grant violating another condition of his release. He wasn't allowed to be near anyone under 16...yet he worked at a Burger King.
In court Tuesday, when asked by a judge what he was thinking when he committed the offenses, Grant said he was in over his head, and disgusted with himself.
"I guess I was overwhelmed and stressed out and got to a point where I really didn't know what to do," Grant said.
Grant is back in jail, his pre-trial will be held on December 1. Part of the plea agreement was an eight-month 'self change' rehabilitation program.
The status of the twin baby girls is good. Their mother says the infants are making a healthy recovery, and bones are healing and developing as they should.