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Originally posted by silo13
I hate to do it but here it is.
Offenders Link - Arizona
There are almost 20 (registered) sexual predators living in the families area.
Originally posted by groingrinder
I hope they are shutting down the border and searching ALL vehicles. No time to be PC here.
He said the girl's parents, identified by friends as Becky and Sergio Celis, were helpful as police worked to find their youngest child. He said police were still classifying the case as a "suspicious disappearance/possible abduction."
"We're not ruling anything out of the investigation at this point because we really need to keep our mind open about all the information that's been brought to us," Villasenor said. "The family has been cooperating with us."
Officers kept the whole neighborhood block where Isabel lives cordoned off for a second day and fanned out over a wide area looking for clues to the possible kidnapping.
Littlehorn, who gathered Sunday with other family friends at a police command post, said authorities separated the two parents for hours Saturday as they questioned them. She said it was difficult for them knowing their little girl was out there somewhere.
"She hasn't been allowed to help look for her daughter," Littlehorn said of Becky Celis.
Authorities said they have also started the process of checking on the whereabouts of sex offenders in the area. They said talking with them was standard procedure.
After a fruitless day of searching Saturday, numerous patrol and search and rescue personnel continued the hunt Sunday morning, Hawke said. She said that at any given time, 75 to 100 officers were taking part, including police, FBI agents and deputy U.S. marshals.
Investigators found "suspicious circumstances around a possible entry point" at the home of a 6-year-old Arizona girl...
Tucson police Sgt. Maria Hawke wouldn't comment Sunday on whether the entry point was a bedroom window or a door. But family friend Mary Littlehorn said she heard from others close to the family that a window screen in the girl's bedroom had been knocked down.
Pacheco wouldn't comment on the suspicious "entry point," saying: "I don't want to compromise anything."
"We don't know who's out there right now. We don't know if this was a random act or somebody's out there looking for kids."
Erin Cowan, who has worked with Isabel's mom at Tucson Medical Center, brought her 7-year-old daughter. She said it has definitely been on her mind that her daughter is close in age to Isabel.
"I put two by fours in their windows this morning," said Cowan, who also has a 12-year-old son. "I guess you can't be too careful, sadly."
“We don’t have an actual piece of evidence that points us in one direction or another, so, for example we don’t have a piece of evidence that says she was definitively taken from the residence,” Hawke said. “We don’t have any specific piece of evidence that tells us she left the residence on her own.”
April 19 - 25 Sacrifice preparation: kidnapping, holding and ceremonial preparation of person for human sacrifice.
April 25 - The Da Muer ritual: Grand climax. Sex rituals and sacrifice of a woman or young girl.
April 30 - Walpurgis night/Beltane: One of the most important nights on the satanic calendar. Blood rituals and human sacrifice take place.
Originally posted by silo13
Missouri police have launched a massive manhunt for a baby girl who vanished from her crib in the middle of the night. "We've exhausted everything we can at the original scene," said a police spokesman. "We've opened up the crime scene and are doing everything we can." A neighbor reported seeing someone walking down the street at night with a baby in a diaper about the time 10-month-old Lisa Irwin vanished. Lisa's mom put her to bed about 10:30 pm, and when her father returned home from work before dawn she was gone, the parents told police.
from your other post Silo about Lisa Irwin