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Another case for those unreliable dogs!

Post  AnnaEsse on Sat 10 Oct - 14:00

However, the police are not believing the parents, whose stories keep changing and are willing to accept the evidence of a cadaver dog who alerted in the family home. Nine week old baby missing. Blood found in family home and cadaver dog alerted to a door frame. Grandparents are begging the parents to tell them where the child is.

http://www.fox13news.com/news/local-news/31194580-story


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Re: Another case for those unreliable dogs!

Post  kitti on Sun 11 Oct - 14:25

She's bi polar and a drug addict...father is too, they are both violent



In 2014 they had another child, Duanne, he died at 2 weeks old...supposedly suspicious circumstance, they went to bed with him in between them and woke up and found him dead.


Neighbours say they had dangerous dogs in the house.


Now baby Chance has gone missing.

How can a women who is bi polar and doesn't taken medication and is a known drug addict and has violent tendencies have another baby and no social services involved .

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Re: Another case for those unreliable dogs!

Post  AnnaEsse on Sun 11 Oct - 14:27

kitti wrote:She's bi polar and a drug addict...father is too, they are both violent



In 2014 they had another child, Duanne, he  died at 2 weeks old...supposedly suspicious circumstance, they went to bed with him in between them and woke up and found him dead.


Neighbours say they had dangerous dogs in the house.


Now baby Chance has gone missing.

How can a women who is bi polar and doesn't taken medication and is a known drug addict and has violent tendencies have another baby and  no social services involved .

Those two babies were let down by the American Child Protection Services.

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Re: Another case for those unreliable dogs!

Post  AnnaEsse on Wed 21 Oct - 20:27

Missing 9-Week-Old Chance Walsh Was Left to Decompose in His Crib After Allegedly Being Beaten to Death by His Father: Police

Chance Walsh, the 9-week-old baby boy who went missing in September, was allegedly beaten to death by his father and left to decompose in his bedroom for more than a week before he was buried in a shallow grave near his parents' North Port, Florida, home, according to court documents obtained by PEOPLE.

Chance's parents, Kristen Bury and Joseph Walsh, have both been charged with first-degree murder in their infant son's death. The baby boy's body was found buried in a wooded area last week after he was missing for a month.

According to the court documents, Chance allegedly died in the early hours of Sept. 16 after being "struck repeatedly by" Walsh.

According to the court documents, Chance allegedly died in the early hours of Sept. 16 after being "struck repeatedly by" Walsh.

Bury purportedly told Walsh to stop, saying, "You are going to break his f---ing neck." Walsh allegedly responded by saying he was "going to bash [Chance's] head into the ground," the documents state.

After Chance died, Bury did not call police to report the incident because "she did not want to lose both people she loves in the same day," Walsh allegedly told police, according to the documents.

Following his death, the baby boy was allegedly "placed into his crib, where he was left to decompose." Bury eventually told Walsh that the "smell was overwhelming and that he had to do something with the body," the documents state. At that point, he allegedly wrapped Chance in a blanket and placed his remains in the bedroom's closet. The boy's corpse allegedly lay there until Sept. 24, when his parents finally took him to Elliot Court in North Port, where they purportedly buried him in a shallow grave.

Police were first alerted that Chance was missing after his grandmother, Sally Susino, called authorities to report that she hadn't seen him in a nearly a month. She also said that the boy's parents had allegedly told relatives contradictory stories to explain his absence, "including that the child was unharmed, that he died in [a car] crash and that they gave him to a woman at a hotel in Georgia," police said.

The parents were then taken into custody in South Carolina earlier this month and charged with child neglect while police searched for their missing infant son back in Florida. They allegedly showed no interest in the whereabouts of their boy, police said at the time.

But a search of the couple's home turned up bloodstains and evidence of blood splatter on the walls, cops said. Cadaver dogs also indicated the presence of possible human remains, according to an arrest report. Eventually, Bury and Walsh allegedly told police where to find their son – and what had happened to him.

This is not the first time a child of Bury and Walsh's has died. The parents lost another son, Duane, in 2014. Duane was just 2 weeks old when he allegedly died of a kidney infection that resulted from a botched circumcision, a family friend told PEOPLE earlier this month. Authorities have not said whether they plan to reopen the investigation into that child's death.

Bury allegedly told her stepmother that she "despised" Chance whenever she would look at him because he was not Duane and said it was "better that he was not around because she would have hurt him," according to court documents.

The parents have not yet entered a plea to the charges against them.


http://www.people.com/article/chance-walsh-missing-9-week-old-allegedly-beaten-death-father

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Re: Another case for those unreliable dogs!

Post  interested on Wed 21 Oct - 20:44

Another tragic case proving that dogs don't lie....people do....including parents, when it suits their purpose to do so.

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Re: Another case for those unreliable dogs!

Post  AnnaEsse on Wed 21 Oct - 21:29

interested wrote:Another tragic case proving that dogs don't lie....people do....including parents, when it suits their purpose to do so.


Yes, it seems that the dogs picked up the scent in the right places. At least now the little lad's body has been found, the grandparents who loved him can lay him to rest.

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