Monday, August 4, 2014

Missing 6 Year Old Janice Paulette Wright


Please note the neglect mentioned within the article. 

EAST BREMERTON, Wash. - Police are asking the public’s help to find a 6-year-old girl missing since Saturday night.

The Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office says Janice Paulette Wright, 6, was last seen by family members around 10 p.m. Saturday when she went to bed at her family’s mobile home in the 1400 block of NE Steele Creek Drive in East Bremerton.

Janice lives with her parents and six siblings.

The family says Janice has left home before to wander around the neighborhood with friends or siblings, but checks in ever few hours. The family assumed she was in the area when they didn’t see her Sunday morning.

She is only 6 years old! 

The sheriff’s office says the family got concerned when they hadn’t heard from Janice by 8:30 p.m. Sunday. They started checking door-to-door in the mobile home park, then called 911 at around 10 p.m.
"Yes. It is strange. At this point we don't suspect an abduction from the house," said Deputy Scot Wilson. "Right now the focus is on (search and rescue)."
The sheriff's office says two other children, ages 8 and 12, were removed from the home Monday morning.

Janice is 3-feet tall and 45 pounds with a medium build. She is white, Native American and Filipino. She has black hair and brown eyes. The family wasn’t sure what she was wearing.

Search and rescue teams have been using thermal imaging and K-9s to search for Janice. Investigators say Janice might have been seen in the mobile home park between 2 and 4 p.m. Sunday.

Anyone who knows where to find Janice is asked to call the sheriff’s office at (360) 308-5400.

54 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes I notice the neglect, a six year old wanders the neighborhood like that's safe and normal? They got concerned when it was about this little girls bedtime!! That's crazy that they waited that long to report their daughter missing, yeah I'd say that's extreme neglect. Basically a family that really doesn't give a *%^+ about their kids!

Anonymous said...

It's so sad that "the family wasn't sure what she was wearing". I feel so sorry for all the kids in that house. Mommy and daddy don't care that you're wandering the neighborhood or even what you're wearing.

Anonymous said...

Woah. Hey how do you even know that is true. Do not assume bc the parents said that is what happened that it is actually what happened. Two other kids were removed which says at the very least the cops find them untrustworthy.

Anonymous said...

3 feet tall at 6 years old? She's an extremely small 6 yr old if that is true. 45 lbs also seems very low.

Anonymous said...

A quote from the dad:

“She is a social butterfly, she’s the youngest, she's a spoiled little brat, and she’s the princess of the household and she gets her way most times than the others and the older ones can’t stand it," said the girl's father, Jim Wright.

http://www.kirotv.com/news/news/6-year-old-girl-missing-bremerton/ngtWG/

Kellie said...

It makes me cringe to hear the father speak so harshly of his missing daughter. The neighbors attitude was more compassionate than his.

PS I found my password so I can login now to post. Maybe that will discourage whoever is posting using my name and mocking my comments. A couple of my actual comments were deleted too.

Anonymous said...

Another child we won't hear anything about- or will be found dead.

Hobnob said...

off topic

The stepmother of an Oregon boy whose disappearance in 2010 touched off an intense search has failed to persuade a judge to let her change her name.

Terri Horman testified on Monday in Roseburg that her life has been threatened and she hasn't been able to find a job since Kyron Horman vanished from his Portland school.

She told Judge Randy Garrison that the last name Horman was a stigma and kept her from winning positions, including full-time employment at the Veterans Administration hospital in Roseburg.

She said changing her name to Claire Stella Sullivan would allow her to start life over, reports the Roseburg News-Review.

'After being divorced for six months, I decided I wanted to start my new life under a new name,' she said

Four people involved in search efforts for the boy and fundraisers objected in court, saying Terri Horman hadn't answered questions about him.

'Kyron doesn't have a voice... I don't understand how that's fair,' said Vernice Porter of Roseburg.

'Why should she get to move on with her life? Everybody has a right to know who she is.'

The judge rejected the request, saying it wouldn't be in the public interest because an investigation remains open.

Terri Horman told investigators she dropped off the seven-year-old for a science fair at Skyline Elementary School on June 4, 2010. There has been no trace of him since. There have been no arrests.

She and the boy's father, Kaine Horman, divorced, and she moved to Roseburg, her hometown.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2716081/No-new-stepmother-boy-missing-4-years.html


not facebook... said...

"found my password"??//// was it under your"cushion"????

Anonymous said...

Her name is Jenise, it was apparently reported wrong in the beginning.

S + K Mum said...

Checks in every few hours? Wow, to allow so many hours between checking on a 6 year old. Does she only come home when shes hungry/ thirsty or perhaps goes to others homes. This is not good.

john said...

“She is a social butterfly, she’s the youngest, she's a spoiled little brat, and she’s the princess of the household and she gets her way most times than the others and the older ones can’t stand it," said the girl's father, Jim Wright.

“She is a social butterfly, she’s the youngest, she's a spoiled little brat"

“She is a social butterfly"

Neglectful parents are often say how independent their child is.

Young children have natural stranger anxiety. Children of Neglect often have none because they have learned to get attention from wherever and whoever will offer it. The danger of this is obvious and needs little explanation, PH.

Understanding Neglect of Children

http://statement-analysis.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/understanding-neglect-of-children.html


"she's a spoiled little brat

This is very disturbing. Note he doesn't use her name, but, the distancing language "She". We note too that he openly disparages her. He is not even subtle about it. In cases where a suspect is under suspicion and later found guilty, we quite often see subtle disparagement of the victim. Tammy Moorer being the exception, who blatantly tore Heather Elvis to pieces in public.

"She gets her way most times than the others and the older ones can’t stand it,"

Note too, that he doesn't name his other children. Not only that, he doesn't use the possessive pronoun my children, taking ownership. He is also telling us that "the other ones cant stand it", Disparagement by proxy.

Something is very wrong, i do hope she is found safe and sound.

http://www.kirotv.com/news/news/6-year-old-girl-missing-bremerton/ngtWG/

john said...

OT Update.

Jodi Arias to Represent Herself at Death Penalty Trial

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/jodi-arias-represent-herself-death-penalty-trial-n172536

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john said...

Search intensifies for missing Bremerton girl

REMERTON, Wash. - Deputies and volunteers intensified their search Monday for a 6-year-old girl who disappeared from her Bremerton home and wasn't reported missing for a day, while state child welfare workers removed two other children from the residence.
Child Protective Services took an 8-year-old boy and 12-year-old girl from the home Monday morning, Kitsap County Deputy Scott Wilson said.

Meanwhile, around 80 searchers from seven counties were looking for Jenise Paulette Wright, including two tracking canines and a cadaver dog. A helicopter joined the search Monday afternoon. Neighbors have even joined in on the efforts.

"When 30 of my neighbors at midnight would help me look for my daughter, it means the world to me" said Jim Wright, Jenise's father.

Jenise was last seen Saturday night when she went to bed. Her family noticed her missing Sunday morning but didn't become worried and call for help until about 10 p.m. Sunday because she had left the home on previous occasions and wandered around the neighborhood.
The family felt it was relatively safe because it's a fenced property, Wilson said.
"Yes. It is strange. At this point we don't suspect an abduction from the house," Wilson said. "Right now the focus is on (search and rescue)."

Investigators said Jim Wright has agreed to taking a polygraph test, though there is no reason to believe foul play at this time. Jenise's mother also agreed to take a polygraph. The family's home was searched for clues Monday night. A Kitsap County Sheriff's office spokesperson said detectives were taking all necessary steps for a thorough investigation.

The 8-year-old and 12-year-old were the only other children in the home over the weekend. A previous report of six other kids there was incorrect, Wilson said.
Two parents live in the home in a blended family. A 16-year-old boy is out of town. Two other offspring are adults.
Jenise is 3-feet tall and 45 pounds with a medium build. She is white, Native American and Filipino. She has black hair and brown eyes. The family wasn’t sure what she was wearing.

Anyone who knows where to find Jenise is asked to call the sheriff’s office at (360) 308-5400.

S + K Mum said...

Thanks John for the update. Unreal. I would guess if she went to bed the night before she should be wearing pyjamas. 24 hours before they were worried. Poor kids.

S + K Mum said...

I wonder if the father will take a polygraph too?

elf said...

No reason to believe foul play has occurred? Pfft. Poly all the adults in that house. Someone in that little girls house did something to her.

S + K Mum said...

Sorry, me again! The father saying 'the older ones can't stand it' ( her being a spoiled brat ) other than the disparaging - is he alibi building? Eg. Blaming the older kids? Or just leaking marbles? The 911 call would be interesting

TraceyP from Culpeper said...

OT: On Monday Aug 4, 2014, police investigate the home where a family of five, including three children, were found shot to death Sunday night, in Culpeper, Virginia.

Hobnob said...

BREMERTON, Wash. – The parents of a 6-year-old girl who disappeared from her Washington home and wasn't reported missing for a day have agreed to take lie detector tests and allow a search of the home, a sheriff's spokesman said Monday.

Both the home search and lie detector tests were in progress late Monday, Kitsap County Deputy Scott Wilson said. He said he doubted he would be able to discuss results.

State child welfare workers removed two other children, an 8-year-old boy and 12-year-old girl, from the home earlier Monday.

About 80 searchers including dog teams looked Monday for little Jenise Wright, who was last seen Saturday night when she went to bed. Her family noticed her missing Sunday morning but didn't become worried and call for help until that night because she had left the home on previous occasions and wandered around the neighborhood.

The family felt it was relatively safe because it's a fenced property, Wilson said.

A decision on whether to continue the ground search Tuesday was pending, the spokesman said.

The little girl's disappearance was being called a missing person case with "suspicious circumstances," Wilson said. Most missing children would have surfaced by now, he said.

Investigators, who now include the FBI and detectives from nearby police agencies and the Washington State Patrol, are "looking at the entire spectrum of possibilities: has the child sustained an accident? Has the child been abducted? Has the child come to harm?" Wilson said.

The FBI has resources "that we can only dream about -- investigative tools, personnel that specialize in child abduction," Wilson said. "We're not calling it an abduction, but why not get those resources early on, examine all the possibilities."

Two parents live in the home in a blended family. The 8-year-old and 12-year-old were the only other children in the home last weekend. A 16-year-old boy was out of town. Two other offspring are adults.

The search began at about 1:30 a.m. Monday with deputies and volunteers in and around the Steele Creek Mobile Home Park. They cleared the park and searched later in the surrounding neighborhood and wooded area, Wilson said.

"She's really independent, she's tenacious," the little girl's father, James Wright, told KOMO-TV, describing the neighborhood as safe and saying his daughter roamed the park.

Other residents in the park described Jenise as outgoing and unafraid to talk to anyone.

Bremerton is on the west side of Puget Sound, across from Seattle.

Jenise is 3 feet tall, weighs 45 pounds and has black hair. She'll be a first-grader this school year. She shared a bedroom with her sister.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2014/08/05/parents-missing-6-year-old-washington-girl-agree-to-take-lie-detector-test/?intcmp=latestnews

trustmeigetit said...





Any parent that WAITS to report their child missing to me does that for one reason and one reason only.


They are delaying to hid the body, or figure out what their “story” is going to be.



I do not see this case ending in a good way.



And I always hear parents say their kids are spoiled… but to add in “brat” to me is a bad sign. I would never speak of my child in a negative way. He is my whole world. He is my favorite person. There is no negative.

john said...

Does anyone know if a Amber Alert has been issued?. Iv'e read most articles on this case, and, i don't see any reference to one? I'm sure she must fit the criteria.

Regarding neglect. I wonder if drug, and or, alcohol use may play a part?.

trustmeigetit said...

Amber alerts require proof of an abduction. Often in cases like this they don't have that and won't issue one.

They prefer to have details like a suspect, car details etc.

In this case they don't even know when she disapeared.

trustmeigetit said...

Also, if LE is not thinking mom and dad may be responsible.... I would be shocked.

A 6 year old she not be allowed to come and go as they please. And waiting a day to report....that is alarming!


I swear tho I have little faith anymore in LE to get answers or find these kids. All these losers and druggies are getting away with murder. How are cops not smarter?

Jen Ow said...

It's so disturbing that these parents wake up in the morning and their daughter is not in their home, yet they don't find that worrisome!?! They claim to allow their six year old to traipse around the neighborhood with no supervision for hours at a time, and they have the nerve to call HER 'bratty'!

The parents are the one's who sound like a couple of 'brats', only worried about themselves, and not taking care of their kids. Pathetic.

LGR said...

OT - Jennifer Huston's body found in Sheridan near Deer Creek Park

SHERIDAN, Ore. – Jennifer Huston’s body was found in Sheridan near Deer Creek Park late Tuesday morning, police confirmed.

Huston, a 38-year-old stay-at-home mom from Dundee, had been missing since July 25.

Her disappearance had triggered a massive multi-state search for her and her green Lexus SUV.

The SUV was hidden in some bushes.

When police arrived, they found her SUV but not her body. After Newberg police detectives swept the area, they found her body nearby.

Police said there is nothing to indicate foul play, and they don't believe the public is in any danger.

Jennifer Huston’s husband, Kallen, had said it was highly unusual for the mother of two to disappear. On the night she was last seen, she stopped for gas, then stopped again for trail mix, Gatorade and sleeping pills.

Police are holding a press conference at 4 p.m.

http://www.katu.com/news/local/Jennifer-Hustons-body-found-in-Sheridan-near-Deer-Creek-Park-270032881.html

john said...

Update:

MISSING GIRL: Search for 6-year-old enters third day

REMERTON, Wash. — The search effort for a missing 6-year-old girl near Bremerton has now doubled in size.

Close to 80 people are scouring Janise Wright’s neighborhood and the nearby woods and retention ponds, including members of the FBI.

The girl was last seen Saturday night but her parents didn’t report her missing until late Sunday night. Early Tuesday, no new updates were avialable.

Jenise’s parents said they’re used to allowing her to walk through the neighborhood on her own without supervision.

When she didn’t come home for dinner on Sunday, that’s when police were notified.

“My head’s just swimming, I don’t know what to think,” said Jenise’s father, Jim Wright. “She went to bed (Saturday night), she was asleep. Wake up, (and think) she’s probably out running and playing.”

(Her father also said, which is not in the report, but, in the vt.) "Thirty people at midnight, one oclock in the morning, helped me run around looking for my child, that didn't show up for dinner"

The little girl was allowed to roam the Steele Creek neighborhood all by herself.

“She had pretty much (been) allowed to go at will, roaming around the neighborhood,” said Kitsap County sheriff’s deputy Scott Wilson.

s dozens of searchers scoured the neighborhood for Janise, Child Protective Services pulled the two remaining children, ages 8 and 12, from the Wright home.

“Sheriff detectives developed enough probable cause that they felt that it would warrant the safety of the children to be removed from the house at this time but I can’t go into details for why,” said Wilson.

Search and rescue teams from across Western Washington are now part of the search, including Seattle, Tacoma and Bremerton police.

So far Jenise’s parents are not part of a criminal investigation but police say everything is on the table.

“That will be determined by detectives,” said Wilson. “They’re going to sort through that. Our focus right now from a patrol and search and rescue standpoint is to find that little child.”

Now the FBI is a part of the investigation, plus officers from the child abduction response team.

So far, police are saying this disappearance is not an abduction. Wilson said it’s being handled as a missing person case with suspicious circumstances, mainly because she’s been gone so long without a sighting.

The Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office said another department’s investigators asked the girl’s father to take a lie detector test and he agreed.

Jenice is described as being about 3 feet tall and 45 pounds with dark hair. Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to contact police.

Neighbors are still upset that she hasn’t come home yet.

Debbie Peckman said, “She didn’t really leave the park I always saw her in the park. She would go down to the little park down there. She pretty much knew everyone. She was very outgoing. Not shy at all.”

http://q13fox.com/2014/08/04/search-for-missing-6-year-old-has-80-crews-on-the-ground-including-the-fbi/

Vance Holmes said...

Seth Jackson was eating pizza, smoking pot, and watching the HBO series "Game of Thrones" when a crying baby on the show reminded him that his 10-month-old foster daughter was still in the car.

Anonymous said...

i took the father's "derogatory" comments of his missing daughter as a show of how much his love for her is.
a lot of dropped pronouns in his statements, but dropping pronouns appears to be consistent no matter what he is talking about. no red flag then right.
although i did also think maybe he was blaming the victim to get any blame off himself. it appears he is only explaining how she could have become missing without sooner notice.

Anonymous said...

It won't be good!

Anonymous said...

@anon 8:32 pm- I read it as alibi building myself. Also, I did not know dropped pronouns meant anything other than what they are, sensitive or deception indicators....

I also like how the deputy said "we are not considering this an abduction" (loose paraphrase from two different times he has mentioned no abduction in their minds)

If the sheriff office is not considering it an abduction then they have 2 things in mind, 1. Child wandered off/ran away or 2. People in the home were involved in preventing the child from being at home.



Anonymous said...

Jenise Wright's father Jim charged with molesting 8 yr old stepdaughte in 1999. Charge reduced to 4th degree assault.

Kevin McCarthy@ KevinKIRO7

Anonymous said...

@Vance Holmes- didn't you get the memo? POT does not kill or cause harm or cause criminal activities. How dare Kansas charge him with a crime when it was clearly, just a pot-head who smoked too much! RELEASE HIM!! /sarcasm off

Anonymous said...

@Vance Holmes- didn't you get the memo? POT does not kill or cause harm or cause criminal activities. How dare Kansas charge him with a crime when it was clearly, just a pot-head who smoked too much! RELEASE HIM!! /sarcasm off

elf said...

Didn't her husband say something about worrying she was in a ditch because.shed had a three day headache? Am I thinking of the right one??

Anonymous said...

“My head’s just swimming, I don’t know what to think,” said Jenise’s father, Jim Wright. “She went to bed (Saturday night), she was asleep.

because sexual molestation became a question in this case, i looked for references to water. JUST swimming?
it would be interesting to know if the 1999 charges took place while the child was sleeping.

or as people here like to jump on marbles, is he telling us he dumped her body where she liked to go swimming?

Anonymous said...

As someone who is in the area very close to this missing girl and knows more. This girl usually hangs out with several older kids that are also in the neighborhood, when one of them has to leave she'll stray to the next older kid in the group.
Kids around the neighborhood are said all to be family and trustworthy, took care of Jenise like she was their sister.
The parents are said to be hateful and neglectful towards their children, as one of ber fifteen or sixteen year old brother left the house because he was "pissed off."
We haven't heard anything about this polygraph given to the father, or anything further since the FBI took over.
Just sharing some information from someone who's close and knows the friends and family of Jenise.

@hailermaeler609 said...

Omg!! That is terrible!!

elf said...

Catching up with the Nancy grace show today (finally lol.) Aired Tuesday August 5. No pen handy, but I thought id jot some of the family's quotes here.
Father- "she's really independent, she's tenacious. She's got her name written all over the house."
Father- "my head is just swimming, swimming. Trying to stay focused."
Father- " trying to stay focused, good thoughts "

I think that's all the sound bites.
Swimming repeated is concerning, sensitivity with the repetition of the word as well as regarding water (swimming is akin to bathing, washing, etc right?)
I also wonder at the 'she's written her name all over the house'' comment. 6 yrs old jenice would be going either to kindergarten or first grade and should have been learning to write her name, I wonder if she wrote her name on walls and the father bringing it up was an.indication of sensitivity, maybe it made him angry?
Thats all I have so far.

john said...

"My head’s just swimming, I don’t know what to think,” said Jenise’s father, Jim Wright. “She went to bed (Saturday night), she was asleep. Wake up, (and think) she’s probably out running and playing.”

"My head’s just swimming"

When "water", in any form, enters a statement, we should be on alert for the possible of sexual abuse'

"Swimming"

Words do not come from a vacuum. Are there any lakes, ponds, streams or rivers near by.

"I don’t know what to think,”

Its hard to believe that he doesn't "know what to think".

"“She went to bed (Saturday night), she was asleep."

Extra words give us extra information, for him to tell us she was asleep it is important to him. Did he check on her and see that she was "asleep"?. He doesn't say he did, so, we can't say it for him. Is he alibi building?. What time did she go to bed?.

"Wake up, (and think) she’s probably out running and playing.”

Two dropped pronouns, which lacks commitment. Who woke up, and at what time did they wake up, if at all they went to sleep?. Again he doesn't tell us, so, we can't say it for him.

"(and think) she’s probably out running and playing.”

Here we have two qualifiers "Think" and Probably" lacking commitment, and, leaving room for others to think otherwise.

"Running"

For some reason this word stands out to me, was she running away?

" "Thirty people at midnight, one oclock in the morning, helped me run around looking for my child, that didn't show up for dinner"

Where was he Mum when all this was happening.? Was she told to stay home in case she turned up back home?.

"looking for my child,"


We note the word "child" enters into his statement, and not, my daughter, my kid, or the use of her name, therefor, it should be explored for the possibility of child abuse.

"That" didn't show up for dinner"

"That" is distant. "This" is close. The sentence sounds awkward. A more flowing statement would be "When she didn't show up for dinner". Why the distancing language surrounding dinner. Adding all this together along with his openly disparagement of her, it is very concerning.

Older sisters of Bremerton missing girl defend parents

http://www.nwcn.com/news/washington/Older-sisters-of-Bremerton-missing-girl-defend-parents-270088281.html

Anonymous said...

The two other children in the household were taken into protective custody while the search for Jenice goes on. Jenice's siblings are said to be with the two older daughters of Denise Wright. The two older daughters are defending their mother on the news, but say nothing about their stepfather.


"BREMERTON, Wash. — The father of a missing Bremerton girl was once charged with molesting his then 8 year-old stepdaughter.

KIRO 7 has obtained court records from Whatcom County showing James Wright was accused of child molestation and fourth-degree assault in 1999. He later pleaded guilty to the assault charge, the molestation charges were dropped."

Anonymous said...

Look for the meth pipes! Sounds like adults definitely "on something"...no cares about a missing child for 24 hours. Typical meth or other drug behavior.

reeray said...

I'm not sure if anyone has commented on this or not, but in this article the father is quoted as saying "It's just completely unclear, just a bad day gone wrong." I don't want to point fingers, but that sounds like a nonchalant attitude about a situation as serious as his daughter being missing. That would not be anywhere in my language if I didn't know where my child was. I suppose it could fit in with the neglect aspect though.

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/fbi-joins-search-missing-6-year-old-jenise-wright-n172721

Anonymous said...

“Since I called, I haven’t been to sleep,” her father told ABC affiliate KOMO. “My head is just swimming, swimming. Trying to stay focused. Good thoughts.”

Can't sleep since he called the police (24 hrs after disappearance, no less).... Sounds like there may be a reason! If that quote is accurate, it could be damning: sleepless since call to police (vs since noticing disappearance); swimming / water reference; trying to stay focussed (lying takes effort.) Poor little Jenise.


http://abcnews.go.com/US/missing-girls-dad-previously-investigated-child-molestation/story?id=24864003

Anonymous said...

reeray, fyi, that news article miss quoted what he said in the video that is with the article.
“My mind is still spinning,” James Wright, the little girl’s father, told NBC affiliate KING-5 as the search began to widen. “It’s just completely unclear, just a bad day gone wrong.”
he said
“My mind is still swimming. it's just"
"really unclear,.... just a bad day gone wrong.”

Anonymous said...

now that the fbi is involved, im sure this case will be total fubar also.

Polo said...

" . . a bad day gone wrong." I would like to know why it was a bad day and when did it go wrong. He may be leaking info. Also, I have to say that it is really bothering me that they didn't care if their child ate breakfast, lunch or dinner (assuming they served dinner and it was at a reasonable 6pm not 8pm). That kind of neglect is staggering.

Anonymous said...

I'd like to know if the rest of the children belonging to the Wrights were also allowed to "roam, and check in from time to time.".

A couple of people at the Wright's trailer park said Jenise was noted for being on her home and trailing around older kids, sometimes she was seen wandering from early morning to after dark. One woman said she was doing this at 3 years of age.

Anyway, she seems to have been a prime target for any perve who knew she was habitually unsupervised.

Anonymous said...

the dad didnt seem all that choked up and crying while talking about the missing girl, but he sure was brought to tears when he was thinking of how all the neighbors loved that little girl so much.
maybe he didnt think anyone would care.

reeray said...

Thanks, anonymous at 4:25pm. I didn't watch the entire video as I was at work. I haven't been able to keep close tabs on this case, but there seems to be many things off with a lot of the people involved.

Anonymous said...

Jenise's body has been found. Close to her home/mobile home park. Official news conference at 4:30 PST.

Aisha Cameron said...

DAMN that child's parent's!DAMN THEM! How in Hell do you nt know what your girl was wearing?HOW! She was last seen going to bed and when she's never seen or heard of again for the next day you don't do ANYTHING about it? WHAT THE HELL? So many red flags are going off here..the girl was SIX and you just let her go wandering around God knows where at any time? HELL NO! I wouldn't even want my two twelve year sisters doing that let alone after dark! People will not HESITATE to kill rape or harm a kid now a

Anonymous said...

wow i wonder how her dad felt when they found her precious little body in the woods i mean maybe if they didn't let her roam the area she would still be in this world today i don't live that far from Bremerton so its scary to think that somebody had the guts to kidnap and kill this poor young beautiful girl