Caylee Anthony: Casey Anthony and Anthony Family … Texas EquuSearch Does Search for Living Missing Children and they Find them Alive … Owen Castle Found Safe
Anthony’s … it is possible to find two year old children that are missing … and find them alive. His name is Owen Castle.
Look what can happen when one cooperates with law enforcement and searchers and actually report a child missing immediately without waiting one month. We look to the case of Caylee Anthony and only wonder what if, what if some one had cared to report Caylee missing within 24 hours, would she be alive today?
To the family of once missing and now deceased Caylee Anthony, it appears after all that Tim Miller and Texas EquuSearch do search for missing children that are alive and they find them safe and sound sometimes as well when there is cooperation. Cindy Anthony had previously railed on TES for being mislead that they only search for deceased missing persons and that she wanted no part of a search that would do so.
The Texas EquuSearch search efforts for 2 year old Owen Castle in Llano, TX turned out to be a miraculous success. Owen was last seen in the early evening hours of Tuesday, February 2, 2009. Owen was wearing Polo brand blue jeans, a long sleeve blue, shirt with white squares on it and a yellow stripe on the collar, red Croc shoes and white socks.
After numerous search efforts, two year old Owen Castle was found on a frigid morning and he was barely responsive. At first it was thought Owen was deceased, only to find that he was alive, barely. He was rushed to a local hospital to receive emergency care.
Authorities found the boy the next morning in an adjacent pasture almost a mile away from the cabin where he and his mother were staying. Owen was cold and barely responsive—but alive.
Graham and Llano Police Chief James Schilling were two of the first people on the scene.
Schilling pulled open his coat and held the little boy to his body to warm him up while others piled coats over him.
“He was ice-cold and stiff,” Schilling said. “He started to whimper, and I said, ‘Cry! Cry! Cry with me.”
Owen was loaded into the DPS helicopter and flown to the helipad of Llano Memorial Hospital, where he was immediately transferred to an air ambulance and flown to Dell Children’s Hospital in Austin suffering from minor cuts and exposure.