Christopher Barrios Missing in Georgia, Registered Sex OffenderIn Custody


Chris_Barrios6 year old Christopher Barrios is still missing days after he was reportedly seen in the mobile home of the registered sex offender, George David Enedfield. Over 300 people have been searching for the young boy in hopes that they can find him.

Authorities have searched nonstop since Christopher Michael Barrios Junior was reported missing Thursday about two hours after he was last seen near his home in the Canal Mobile Park Home in the coastal county. Glynn County Police Chief Matt Doering said he believes the boy was abducted, but so far no clues about what
happened have emerged.

Read the rest on Christopher Barrios at Scared Monkeys Missing and Exploited.

Posted March 13, 2007 by
Child Welfare | 22 comments

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    22 Responses to “Christopher Barrios Missing in Georgia, Registered Sex OffenderIn Custody”

    1. Miss-Underestimated on March 13th, 2007 3:35 pm

      Oh God, I am praying for this little guy. When is this going to stop. This has the undertones of Jessica.

    2. Patti on March 13th, 2007 4:44 pm

      I was so moved, looking into this little boys eyes, that I couldn’t help but cry… with the same thought as you.

      I’m speachless.

    3. tuyvnsurvivor on March 13th, 2007 5:00 pm

      So sorry. Not much to say and have it be positive. Sure would be the hieght of someones life to find and return him safe.

      I think sex offenders should have to fly a flag that indicates they are a sex offender…at the least they reach a level of sex offender status that they have to have the ‘Sex Offender flag’, wherever they go. Afterall, it is what they do, what is on thier minds, and worse it is the suject of thier actions. I mean willingly I occassionally fly the US Flag, have a banner flag in our yard indicating we are Shelty dog friends, I keep a big banner on my Harley barn and a sticker on its fender of Rottwiellers. It is what we do. Not cruel and unusual nor punishment. Disk golf sticker right there on the truck glass. Why not a flag for sex offenders, fly it…it is where their mind is, and they will have less activity if more eyes are watching.

      I am talking solely true sex offenders, there are some grey areas and catch alls…not them, no crying of wolf here on this flag deal. You fly a flag you’re a bad boy.

    4. Hopeful on March 13th, 2007 5:21 pm

      I live in Houston, TX and I have been keeping up with the updates in the Christopher Michael Barrios search. My thoughts and prayers are with the family and especially with Christopher at this time. I pray he reunites with his family very soon. I feel helpless being in another state and unable to help with a search. I understand there is a group of volunteers who have been assisting in his recovery, but this is a community effort and if you live in the area, as a parent as a human being with compassion for our children, I plea with you to please make a concerted effort, to step outside of your home and if nothing else search the surrounding areas of your property, your block and beyond. Please search high and low as if this were your own child. This Child did not disappear off the face of the Earth he is here among us and if everyone who has not already done so could take a moment or two maybe this could make the difference in finding him.

    5. tuyvnsurvivor on March 13th, 2007 7:41 pm

      Hopefull, each time someone is missing around the big cities (DFW) near me, I go out on my 4 wheeler to search a 600 acre simi-wooded area behind me. As well as looking in out buildings etc on our own place. The country road we live on carries over to a Dodge city sort of hoodlum neighborhood, right by us is their way to the beer store.

      There is one creek gully down about a half mile from me, I have told the constable and sheriffs deputies I just bet one day something bad goes on there. A little 6 yr old was missing in our area not yet a year ago…immediately I went to the gulley and then out over the 600 arces. Doing this by yourself sure does make you feel ~~ like a suspect, trying to anticipate how they could be thiinking? Ahh, how you going to tell this story if you find anything? The little boy turned out to have drowned in a pond not far from here and not far from his home.

      A man hunt for a fugitive came through here 6 months ago. The far away city cops came to the door and told me they needed to check all my structures and my property. I started emmediately with I do not know the guy. Not thinking. He could be hiding here. Cops were already opening everything anyway, I went to help with things that had locks. The cops used my 4 wheeler. Later they enlisted me with my Rott dog to see if he could get a trail. He picked up on some fear scent right where they last saw the guy, but by this time the guy was long gone…the cops loved my giant male Rott. The guy got away for then. My dog rides in a basket on the nose of my 4 wheeler, does it everyday as we ride over the place. One heck of a dog for a year and a half old — can be most sweet or stern as need be, has a good nose, likes to work for me, highly disaplined, his communication is easy for me to read…we can cover a lot of ground fast on that 4 wheeler. He does not miss much that happens or smells. He is extremely vocal, particularly with whines, light growls, he tries harder than any I have seen to talk. HIs fixations are all human things, cares little about rabbits, squirrels or cats. Perhaps I should take him farther away to varrious searches…manhunts or lost people. Your small note may have talked me into it. If the city cops liked me and my dog on the 4 wheeler, then perhaps the Texas Rangers etc would use us if we show up. I am 61 but in pretty good shape, play 27 holes of disk golf everyday rain, shine, or ice storm. See what your note did. Thanks.

    6. Richard on March 13th, 2007 8:05 pm

      Tuyvnsurvivor, with your experience you might even consider working with Texas Equusearch. In April, they’re supposed to be going back to Aruba for another search for Natalee.

      Naturally, this is nothing but a suggestion, but it sounds as though you have some useful skills.

      Let’s hope for the best for this kid. These cases (I hate to say this) are almost losing their power to shock, as it seems that they are happening all the time. Of course, even one is too many.

    7. tuyvnsurvivor on March 13th, 2007 11:10 pm

      Thanks Richard. I am working on getting this new chapter in my life going.

      So it got started on Christopher Barrios story; a good looking youngster who we all want home safely.

    8. december_star on March 13th, 2007 11:14 pm

      Child sex offenders should be put down. Whether it be prison for life or death. Odviously there is something irrevocably wrong with them if they find power over children stimulating(no matter what their reason). They should not be given a second chance.

    9. Para2legal on March 14th, 2007 8:52 am
      This is the link to the National Sex Offenders registry. Every family should be aware of this website and see who is living near them and the proximity the pervs might have to minor social outlets. (i.e. living near an elementary school, playground or park).

    10. bleachedblack on March 14th, 2007 9:12 am

      Sue Rodriguez says she warned her 6-year-old grandson to stay away from one of the other mobile homes in their neighborhood.

      “Christopher, they’re not nice people,” she recalled telling the boy, who has now been missing since March 8th. “People like that might make it where you never see your daddy and grandmother again.”
      OMG WTF? To a six year old?

    11. joe bear on March 14th, 2007 10:32 am

      Not again.Let out,then they kill again.Even many liberals,feel that you don’t let them out.

    12. Patti on March 14th, 2007 6:32 pm

      Personally, I think sex offenders should be tatooed on
      their faces so everyone can see… but, I’m so sick of
      seeing these things happen over and over that I think
      it might be better to just cut off their arms and legs
      so they can’t kidnap anyone, or run away!

    13. Sara on March 15th, 2007 2:16 pm

      This is just heart-breaking. I am praying for this child and his family everyday.

      Bleachedblack: there is nothing wrong with what his grandmother told him. He’s only six years old. I have a six year old son also, and trust me, it is very difficult to discuss these things with him. You want to warn your children of these kinds of people, but don’t want to frighten them so much that they don’t leave the house!

      It’s so difficult raising children these days. Poor baby.

    14. Danielle on March 15th, 2007 6:37 pm

      I have a problem with the parents KNOWING that the man was a weirdo, yet they let him out there alone! Why would you leave him out of sight?!

    15. Reginald on March 15th, 2007 9:13 pm

      What an absolutely beautiful and precious child he was. This is sad beyond belief… :(

    16. Luke342 on March 15th, 2007 10:33 pm

      Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” (Matthew 19:14)

      Rest now, little Christopher, for you are safe in the Lord’s loving arms. You will be missed.

    17. David Guynn on March 15th, 2007 10:54 pm

      This is such a tragedy. My heart is absolutely broken for this beautiful 6 year old child. He had only begun to live and the thought that this sicko could commit such a haneous crime just infuriates me. This little guy will live on in the hearts and minds of many for years to come. I just pray that through his horrible death that many will be saved.

    18. Crystal in FL on March 16th, 2007 8:44 am

      I understand how everyone feels, but WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO ABOUT IT?? Think about it, this has become all too common in this state, in this country!! Can you beleive that this has almost become the “norm”? Until it happens to US, we will continue to be heartbroken, sadden & disgusted with the acts of these outcasts. Just as deplorable, is the fact that this will be another recent memory until the next untimely, tragic, fate of one of our beloved angels. God Bless America?? More like, God HELP America!!

    19. charles sheppard on March 16th, 2007 11:10 am

      i work only a couple of blocks away from where the little boy’s body was found. the brunswick community came together as never before for this tragedy. I hope the person responsible will get a little jail house justice and save us the costs of a trial.

      this is an epidimic. we must stop worring about offending someone or violating their rights. child molesters must be put away for life, not be allowed access to the internet(how about it cable companies), and be branded with forehead markings and neon license plates.

    20. tony greece on March 22nd, 2007 5:16 am

      sometimes i feel that islamic laws are correct for these cases these people should be hanged in the middle of town so people can see that if they do the same this is their future.

      poor young man that he had to suffer from all this



    21. rosa on March 24th, 2007 1:23 am

      I have been going over and over in my mind everyday about this childs last minutes on this god forsaken earth and I have to put my thoughts out here in words or I think I will never get over his tragic death. I am a mother of a 12, 8 and 7 month old and christopher looks alot like my kids. When I first seen him missing I prayed for his safety everyday until his body was found and the day it was found and I seen on TV what happened to him I completely lost it. I have cried many tears for this child everyday since and I don’t know him or his family but I feel their pain as if he was my own. I have always been over protective of my children but now they aren’t even allowed out of my sight period. I agree with one of the other persons in regard to cruel punishment in other countries in cases as christophers it is just. These devils should be tortured for days until their death. I have asked god to forgive me for the hate I feel in my heart for them but I have actually felt like driving to Georgia and well Im sure many of you know where I am coming from and can relate on what I would like to do to them but like someone else wrote hopefully they will get what they deserve in jail there are common criminals there that have hearts and hate child molesters and sex offenders and Im sure there are a many that cannot stomache what has happen to christopher. To his family I pray for you now and forever as too for Christopher who is now an angel in heaven. What a beautiful child who never should have went through such a tragedy. This is proof that satan exist and take care of your children.

    22. Debra on March 25th, 2007 8:02 pm

      I have only read a few articles about Christopher but what I’ve read about his last few hours on earth just breaks my heart. I hurt for what he went through and what his family now has to deal with. However, I have to agree with Danielle above when she asks why Christopher was left alone and out of the family’s sight knowing that this nasty family lived right across the street. In the few articles I’ve read it has been stated that he was walking home from school alone or that he was playing on the swings alone and that he was then walking to his grandma’s home (again) alone. In all the articles it’s stated he was alone. He was 6 years old. In all sincerity, I really don’t think that telling him “they’re not nice people” should have been the end of it. Christopher should have been met at the bus stop or been on the swings only with adult supervision. My God the perverts were right across the street! I have a 5 year old granddaughter who lives with me. I know that there are child predators (molesters, rapists) in the area, not across the street thank God but up the street and a few streets over from where we live, which is bad enough, and I would never let her play outside unsupervised. My children are now grown (30, 28 and 26) so they were 6 years old back in the 80′s, 20 years ago. I didn’t let them play outside unsupervised back in the 80′s and it’s much worse nowadays. They were not allowed to play anywhere but their own back yard where I could see and hear them til they were gosh at least 10 and even then I had a hard time letting them ride their bikes further than the next driveway unless they were going with a friend or another sibling. Maybe I was too overcautious/overprotective back then but I believe it’s better safe than sorry. I’m truly sorry that Christopher’s family is having to deal with the worst possible outcome of that old adage. Rest in peace in Jesus’ arms sweet Christopher.

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