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Originally posted by silo13
Isabel Celis' father appears in city court
So Isabel's dad is appearing in court for EIGHT (8) dog related citations.
So we're supposed to believe someone snuck into the house and through a HIGH and SMALL window with all those dogs around? (And yes we do know there were dogs at the home at the time)...
A woman who lives next door to the Celis family says she heard male voices and barking dogs outside her home early Saturday morning, the day 6-year-old Isabel Celis was reported missing.
Alicia Stardevant says it was around 6:30 a.m. when she was awakened by her dogs and heard the voices. A wall separates Stardevant's home from Isabel's bedroom window. Stardevant says the voices sounded like they were coming from her side of the wall, not the Celis home.
"My dogs were going crazy," Stardevant said. "Their dogs were going nuts, and I remember briefly waking up and hearing male voices outside my bedroom window. But it was light outside. I didn't really think anything of it. Then I went back to sleep. Then at eight o'clock I got a knock on the door saying she was missing."
Stardevant says since the incident, police have interviewed her several times.
Tucson police officers have begun checking bodies of water near the neighborhood of missing first-grader Isabel Celis, said police Chief Roberto Villaseñor.
He said officers are primarily checking the water areas for any signs that may be connected to Isabel’s disappearance.
Officers are not going into the water and no dive teams have been called in, he said. The searching now is just visual.
Im wondering if its an accidental death being covered up by an abduction.
The Tucson Police Department is looking for five potential witnesses who may have information about the disappearance of 6-year-old Isabel Celis.
On Friday afternoon, police said they believe two males and three females were walking near Isabel's neighborhood the night she disappeared and they are asked to call 911 as soon as possible.
Police released surveillance video of those individuals taken while they were walking in a parking lot.
Tucson Police say one person has come forward, who self-identified themselves from surveillance video released by police Friday.
The cameras captured five individuals, three women and two men walking on the east side of St. Joseph's Church last Saturday. The church is located in the area of Broadway and Craycroft. Authorities hope to piece together the timeline of Isabel Celis' disappearance. Police say they are in the process of interviewing the individual and hope to identify the others in his group.
A man entered a house in the middle of the night and molested a girl half an hour north of the Tucson home where Isabel Celis disappeared last month, possibly providing clues in the case of the missing 8-year-old who vanished from her bedroom over a week ago.
Police say a white man in his 20s entered a house in a neighborhood in Arizona's Pima County around 2 a.m. Monday and went into a bedroom where three sisters, aged 6, 8 and 10, were sleeping. The intruder reportedly molested one of the girls before fleeing the scene.
Meanwhile, the Celis investigation suffered an embarrassing blow late Monday when police admitted that surveillance video released just days ago and believed to show potential witnesses was in fact from the wrong night. The footage of people leaving a nightclub -- thought to be a key piece of evidence -- has now been confirmed to have nothing to do with the case.