3 Week Old Baby Missing Since 1/23/15 in Newhall, CA Found Dead (Update: Father, Matthew Warner Arrested)
A three week old baby who had been missing since January 23, 2015 has been found dead. The parents of the missing infant didn’t call 911, but instead went to the Santa Clarita Valley Station Friday at around 9:35 p.m. and told authorities their daughter was missing from their home. Overnight, more than 50 personnel from the Santa Clarita Valley, Lancaster and Palmdale sheriff’s stations, as well as search-and-rescue crews and air units helped search for the missing girl. Sadly, Los Angeles County sheriff’s officials said the the baby’s body was found in a pickup truck in a parking lot in the 23630 block of Newhall Avenue around 8 a.m Saturday morning.
Sheriff’s officials reported there are multiple scenes under investigation. They are not releasing any information at this time about a possible suspect or suspects.
“(On Friday) at 9:35 p.m., the parents of a 3-week-old female walked into the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station lobby,” said Sheriff’s Station Lt. Brenda Cambra, “and reported that their baby was missing from their home on the 21300 block of Alder Street.” (MAP)
“Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies responded to the home and searched the location for the baby,” Cambra said. “She was not located.”
Sheriff’s Station officials then requested the Search and Rescue Team, and also called for the assistance of K-9 units and aerial support.
“At this time, a large-area search is being conducted in Newhall,” Cambra said, adding the girl was wearing a Sesame Street diaper and a blue-and-pink beanie when she was taken.
Sheriff’s Station officials said the focus for the moment was on finding the baby, and would not comment on whether it was an abduction investigation or the nature of the child’s disappearance.
UPDATE I: Sheriff’s deputies announced they arrested the father, Matthew Warner.
According to reports, Warner led police to the baby’s body, which was found in a car parked in a park-and-ride lot.”
Later, sheriff’s deputies announced they arrested the father, Matthew Warner, at an 11 a.m. press conference Saturday morning.
The mother was not arrested but was being held at the station, officials said. She was described as being distraught.
Anyone with information was asked to contact LASD’s Santa Clarita Valley Station at 661-255-1121.
ISIS Claims They Have Killed One of Two Japanese Hostages … VIDEO Shows Hostage Kenji Goto Holding Pic of Beheaded Body of the Second Hostage, Haruna Yukawa
SICK, THESE SAVAGES HAVE DONE IT AGAIN …
The Islamic State, ISIS, has reportedly released a new video Saturday claiming one of the two Japanese captives had been beheaded. In the video, Japanese freelance journalist Kenji Goto holds up a photo that shows the dead body of the second hostage, Haruna Yukawa. The video has yet to be verified and there is some question as to the videos authenticity as it is different from past ISIS ones released. However, with ISIS’s record of beheading innocents, why would these savages put forth a fake? ISIS is now issuing a new demand for the second Japanese hostage, to al Qaeda female prisoner in Jordan, , Sajida Mubarak Atrous al-Rishawi.”
A purported ISIS video posted online today claims the terror group has beheaded one of two Japanese hostages and will execute the second unless an al Qaeda female prisoner is freed in Jordan.
Neither U.S. nor Japanese officials were able to immediately authenticate the video, which did not contain many of the high production techniques seen in earlier ISIS videos nor the typical branding for the terror group.
The video shows a still picture of Japanese television reporter Kenji Goto holding a photo of the beheaded body of Haruna Kuwana.
Clearly reading a message written for him, the voice says ISIS no longer is demanding a $200 million ransom but will free him if the female prisoner is released.
“They no longer want money, so you don’t need to worry about funding terrorists,” the voice says. “They are just demanding the release of their imprisoned sister, Sajida al-Rishawi. It is simple, You give them Sajida and I will be released.”
In an audio tape sent to the family of one of the hostages, Kenji Goto, he appeals for help and say that the other, his friend Haruna Yukawa, has been killed.
As he speaks, Mr Goto is shown in a still photograph, in which he holds up another photograph showing what seems to be Mr Yukawa’s decapitated body with his head lying on his back – a now standard method used by Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant to display its victims.
“You have seen the photo of my cellmate Haruna slaughtered in the land of the Islamic Caliphate,” he says, addressing the Japanese prime minister, Shinzo Abe.
“You were warned. You were given a deadline and so my captors acted upon their words.
“We have seen the video purporting to show that Japanese citizen Haruna Yukawa has been murdered by the terrorist group ISIL,” Patrick Ventrell, a U.S. National Security Council representative, said in the statement. “The intelligence community is working to confirm its authenticity. The United States strongly condemns ISIL’s actions, and we call for the immediate release of all the remaining hostages. The United States is fully supportive of Japan in this matter. We stand in solidarity with Japan and are coordinating closely.”
This is certainly not good for the powder keg that is the Middle East, especially when it comes to Iran and the recent collapse of the government in Yemen.
Saudi state TV says King Abdullah, the powerful U.S. ally who joined Washington’s fight against al-Qaida and sought to modernize the ultraconservative Muslim kingdom has died. He was 90.
The TV station said Abdullah died Friday.
His expected successor is his 79-year-old half-brother, Prince Salman, who recently has taken on the ailingAbdullah’s responsibilities.
Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah died early on Friday and his brother Salman became king, the royal court in the world’s top oil exporter and birthplace of Islam said in a statement carried by state television.
King Salman has named his half-brother Muqrin as his crown prince and heir.
“His Highness Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and all members of the family and the nation mourn the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, who passed away at exactly 1 a.m. this morning,” said the statement.
Abdullah, thought to have been born in 1923, had ruled Saudi Arabia as king since 2006, but had run the country as de facto regent for a decade before that after his predecessor King Fahd suffered a debilitating stroke.
Two More Bodies Recovered From Annapolis, MD Mansion Fire … Family Releases Pics of Six Missing Family Members, Presumed Dead
Sadly it appears that the missing six family members of the Pyle family may have all been in the mansion at the time of the fire …
Two more bodies have been recovered from the charred ruins of an Annapolis area mansion following the terrible fire that burned the multimillion dollar home to the ground. The bodies have been sent to Baltimore, MD for an autopsy to identify the individuals. Earlier in the week, two other bodies were recovered as well. There was no mention at the time as to the identity of those victims, or if they were adults or children. Two more family members remain unaccounted for; however, it ids sad to say that they most likely perished in the fire also.
Annapolis mansion fire pic: Anne Arundel County Fire
Anne Arundel County fire officials on Thursday said two more bodies were recovered from the scene of Monday’s fatal mansion fire.
The remains were sent to Baltimore for identification and autopsies are planned.
Two more family members remain unaccounted for. The remains of two other individuals were recovered Wednesday. Their names have not been released.
Fire investigators and searchers will return to the Childs Point Road site Friday.
In a statement issued earlier Thursday, family members released the names of the four children who they said were missing. The statement lists the children’s names as Alexis (Lexi) Boone, 8; Kaitlyn (Katie) Boone, 7; Charlotte Boone, 8; and Wesley Boone, 6.
Just heartbreaking, pictures have been released by the family of those missing and lost in the fire. Lives taken far too soon.
On Thursday, family members released a statement identifying the four missing grandchildren.
A family spokesperson Toni Aluisi told WUSA9′s Scott Broom that the ?grandparents took the four children out to a Medieval Times restaurant for a special family dinner the night of the fire.
Aluisi said they went to a Target store beforehand to buy costumes to make the evening more festive. The kids and grandparents then went to the waterfront mansion known as “The Castle” for a sleepover.
Authorities are reporting that two charred bodies have been found in the burned out debris of the Annapolis, MD mansion …
CBS Baltimore is reporting that firefighters have found two bodies in the multimillion dollar Annapolis, Maryland mansion owned by Don Pyle and Sandra Pyle. Cadaver dogs made a hit as firefighters and searchers looks for any remains of the 6 missing people who are assumed to have been in the home when the inferno took place. Authorities did not mention whether the bodies found were adult or children, male or female. The bodies were transported to Baltimore for autopsy. The family of the six missing individuals had previously stated the confirmation that the family had been killed and naming the grandchildren as Lexi Boone, Katie Boone, Charlotte Boone and Wes Boone. The site is currently being managed as a crime scene.
Tech Executive Don Pile, his wife and four grandchildren were never seen after an inferno of a blaze ripped through the couple’s Annapolis home before daybreak Monday.
Firefighters called in heavy equipment and search dogs to dig through the debris. The dog’s made a big hit.
“A search with a cadaver K-9 resulted in positive alerts,” said Captain Russ Davies of the Anne Arundel County Fire Department.
It was a long-awaited break firefighters needed, so they kept digging.
“We located the bodies of two individuals,” said Davies.
Firefighters are treating the burned out mansion as a crime scene because there are no witnesses to how the blaze began.
Two bodies have been found in the ruins of an Annapolis, Maryland, mansion that burned two days ago, Anne Arundel County fire officials said Wednesday at a press conference.
Technology executive Don Pyle, his wife and four grandchildren are feared dead in the fire. Officials said the two bodies have not been identified.
Pyle was believed to have been at home with his wife, Sandy, and four grandchildren.
Pyle had not been heard from on Monday, and his colleagues at ScienceLogic were “hoping for a miracle,” CNN affiliate WJLA-TV in Washington reported.
Press Conference – Anne Arundel County Fire Department said that two victims were discovered in the rubble of a 4 alarm fire in a waterfront mansion in Annapolis, MD
3 Year Old Owen Collins Missing Since 1/17/15 in Bluffton, IN (Update: Body Found, Three People Arrested: Zachary S. Barnes, Breanna J. Arnold, Unidentified 16 Year Old Boy)
3 year old Owen Collins has been missing since January 17, 2015 in Bluffton, Indiana. Owen was last seen at about 8 pm Saturday at his home when his parents put him to bed. His parents say when they woke up, Owen was gone. The police went to a home in the 500 block of Normandy Drive at 12:30 p.m. Sunday to check on the residents’ welfare and couldn’t find the child. Bluffton Police are currently looking for a missing autistic boy.
Owen Collins – Missing
Police said at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, officers went to a residence in the 500 block of Normandy Drive to do a welfare check. Owen Collins, 3, couldn’t be found inside. Police, firefighters and citizens searched the area, but couldn’t find the boy. Investigators are also interviewing the people inside the home.
Owen is 3 feet 1 inch tall with blonde hair, blue eyes and has a one-inch scar under his left eye. He was last seen wearing dark pants.
UPDATE I: Bluffton Police Searching for Missing Boy.
Police interviewed residents of the home and conducted a search in the area.
According to a 21Alive viewer, Bluffton Police and the fire department used sonar on a pond near the boy’s home, as well as K-9′s, but did not find anything.
Viewers on our 21Alive Facebook page say Owen was last seen around 8 p.m. Saturday at his home when his parents put him to bed. They say the parents woke up and found the boy was gone.
Bluffton police said they’ve recovered a body in a rural Wells County woods believed to be a missing 3-year-old boy.
Just before 8 p.m. Sunday, officers with the Bluffton Police Department and Indiana State Police recovered Owen’s body in the woods in rural Wells County. Bluffton Police Chief Nathan Huss said police were led to the area after interviewing people in Mobile Manor. The spot where the body was found is more than 10 miles away from the home police were called to for the welfare check.
Three people have been arrested in connection to the death. They face the following preliminary charges:
Zachary S. Barnes, 30, Bluffton: neglect of a dependent resulting in death, a Level 1 felony; abuse of a corpse, a Level 6 felony
Breanna J. Arnold, 21, Bluffton: neglect of a dependent resulting in death, a Level 1 felony;
Unidentified 16-year-old boy, Marion: abuse of a corpse, a Level 6 felony
If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of Owen, please might be should call the Bluffton Police Department at (260) 824-3320.
Two RCMP Officers Shot this Morning in St. Albert, Alberta, Canada (Update: Officers ID’d as Constables Derek Walter Bond & David Matthew Wynn)(Suspect Shawn Rehn Dead)(Update: Charged with over 100 Offences Dating Back to 1994)
TWO CANADIAN POLICE OFFICERS SHOT IN ST. ALBERT, ALBERTA …
Two police officers have been shot in the early morning hours of Saturday at the Apex Casino during an investigation of a stolen vehicle in St. Albert, Alberta. Police are looking for a suspect, described as a white man between 25 and 35 years old, last seen wearing a two-toned blue jacket and jeans. The two officers were shot sometime between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. Saturday morning. Both officers are being treated in the hospital, one is in a “grave condition,” while the other is in a “serious condition.” The suspect is considered armed and dangerous. The RMCP is asking public is asked to avoid the area southeast of the Sturgeon Valley Golf Course.
Two uniformed members of the RCMP were injured during an investigation in the early morning hours of Saturday, January 17, 2015. The members were shot during their interaction with a civilian in southeast St. Albert.
The officers, who have endured significant injuries, were struck by gunfire and are now being treated in hospital. The names of the officers will not be released at this time. We are unable to give any further detail at this point as the shootings remain the subject of an active investigation.
The suspect fled the scene. Police efforts to locate him are ongoing. The suspect is considered armed and dangerous. The public is asked to avoid the area southeast of the Sturgeon Valley Golf Course. The public should not approach the suspect and should call 911 if they believe they have information pertaining to this event.
Police Press Conference: 2 RCMP Shot Critically near Edmonton, Alberta – Canada
The two RCMP officers seriously injured in a shooting inside a casino outside of Edmonton have been identified as Aux. Const. Derek Walter Bond, 49, and Const. David Matthew Wynn, 42.
The officers were shot around 3 a.m. MT Saturday while confronting a suspect about a stolen vehicle found near the casino in St. Albert, Alta. The shooter, who fled the scene, was found dead later Saturday.
Bond is listed in serious but stable condition. Wynn, a six-year veteran of the force, is in “very grave” condition, said RCMP Assistant Commissioner Marlin Degrand.
“Is his survival at stake? Absolutely,” Degrand said. “[He is] certainly in a life-threatening state right now.”
UPDATE II: Suspect who shot 2 Canadian police found dead.
The search for a suspect accused of opening fire on two Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers has ended.
Police said they have located the suspect dead, and there is no longer any threat to the public.
The suspect in the shootings of two Canadian police officers in an Alberta casino on Saturday was found dead after being tracked to an unoccupied home, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said.
The RCMP said the suspect’s body was found when they entered the residence in a rural area east of St. Albert, Alberta. The police did not disclose the cause of death but said they did not speak with the suspect or fire their weapons during their efforts to arrest him there.
Suspect – Shawn Rehn
UPDATE IV: Suspect Shawn Rehn had lengthy criminal record.
The man police say shot two RCMP officers outside Edmonton on the weekend was charged with over 100 offences dating back to 1994, CBC News has learned.
Rehn’s criminal history dates back to at least 1994, according to court documents.
Many of the charges include confrontations with police officers. He was last charged with evading police, dangerous arrest and failure to stop a vehicle in October 2014. Before that, he was set to appear in court twice in November for a number of charges, including resisting a police officer and using an imitation firearm.
RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson described Rehn’s criminal history as a ‘labyrinth’ of charges and questioned why he was not in custody at the time of the shooting.
Daily Commentary – Thursday, January 15, 2015 – FBI Increases Reward by $25k as Teen’s Burning Death Remains a Mystery
- The reward for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible for the burning death of Mississippi teen Jessica Chambers, has now increased to $43k
Terrorist Gunman Amedy Coulibaly Killed & 4 Hostages Murdered when Gunman Entered Paris Kocher Deli (VIDEO)
TERRORIST DEAD AT PARIS KOCHER DELI ….
The hostage situation is over at the Kosher deli in Paris, France. French police raided the deli and have killed the terrorist gunman Amedy Coulibaly. Four hostages are dead as well; however, police are saying that they were murdered by Amedy Coulibaly before he was killed.
Police stormed a kosher supermarket on the eastern edge of Paris on Friday, killing a gunman linked to the killing of a policewoman and a deadly attack on a French satirical newspaper.
Four people were killed when the gunman, Amedy Coulibaly, 32, entered the store, Paris prosecutor Francois Molins said. Fifteen hostages in the store were later freed.
In a brief address to the nation, French President Francois Hollande described the attack in Paris’ Porte de Vincennes — one of the main Jewish communities in the city — as a “horrific anti-Semitic act.”
“We have to be vigilant,” he said. “I am issuing a call to unity. This is our best weapon.”
VIDEO – CNN
A dramatic video captured the chaotic last stand of the cop-killing terror suspect gunned down Friday as police stormed a Paris kosher deli.
The body of an unidentified slain man is obvious just inside the entrance to the Hyper Cacher store where an Al Qaeda-linked terrorist killed four people during a lengthy hostage situation.
The sound of a single gunshot from inside the store was heard before a steel gate slowly opened and a single officer bolted inside.
Second Hostage Situation in Paris France … Hostage Taker Identified as Amedi Coulibaly … “You Know Who I Am” … the Individual Suspected of Fatal Shooting a Police Officer (Update: Two Hostages Dead)
TERROR IS PARIS …
There is now a second terrorist hostage situation in Paris, France that is connected with the terror attack at Charlie Hebdo that left 12 dead. ABC News is reporting that heavily armed SWAT teams moved into Porte de Vincennes after the second hostage situation developed at a kosher grocery, involving a gunman and multiple hostages. It is now being reported that there are 5 hostages inside the kosher deli.
A police official says the man who has taken at least five people hostage in a kosher market in Paris appears linked to the newsroom massacre earlier this week that left 12 people dead.
The official, who was not authorized to speak about the situation, said the man opened fire in the market Friday and declared “you know who I am.”
Paris police released a photo of Amedy Coulibaly, 32, as a suspect in the killing Thursday of a policewoman, and the official named him as the man holed up in the market. He said some hostages have been gravely wounded.
He said a second suspect, a woman named Hayet Boumddiene, is the gunman’s accomplice
Two intense standoffs with gunmen were underway in and around Paris early Friday afternoon — one involving the two brothers wanted in the Charlie Hebdo massacre and the other a hostage situation at a kosher grocery store near eastern Paris’ Porte de Vincennes.
UPDATE I: The Guardian – Charlie Hebdo attack: new hostage situation at Paris grocery – live updates
More details are emerging about Amedy Coulibaly who is believed to be holding up six people hostage at a kosher supermarket in eastern Paris, after being named as suspect in the killing of a policewoman on Thursday.
He is 33 and from Juvisy-sur-Orge in Ile-de-France. According to Le Monde, Coulibaly and Cherif Kouachi were two of the most committed followers of convicted terrorist Djamel Beghal . Telephone conversations reveal that the pair visited Beghal’s home in Murat in the south of France. Hayat Boumeddiene, 26, has been Coulibaly’s partner since 2010 and lived in his home while he was serving a prison sentence, Le Monde said.
An armed man exchanging in gunfire with police has taken five hostages and killed two of them at a kosher deli in the Porte de Vincennes area of Paris, various media reported Friday morning.
Fox News and other media reported that two have been killed.
Agence France-Presse reported that a gunman has opened fire and taken at least one hostage. Fox News, meanwhile, said a total of five women and children were being held by the gunman.
The gunman, reportedly armed with a Kalashnikov rifle, has killed at least two people at a grocery in Porte de Vincennes, according to reports Friday. The armed man, named as 32-year-old Amedy Coulibaly, has taken five people hostage and is linked to Thursday’s murder of a Paris police officer and is an ‘associate’ of terror brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi, who carried out Wednesday’s terror attack on Charlie Hebdo.