Saturday, August 30, 2014

Search for Baby Called Off

Statement Analysis of Willie Wilson shows deception.  Wilson is the father of the missing 2 month old, who called 911 to report that he was robbed and that his daughter, I mean, his son, was "abducted."

Police have now called off the search for now.

INDIANAPOLIS - Indianapolis police say they plan no additional searches for a missing infant whose father told officers a couple knocked him out and abducted the 6-week-old.
Sgt. Kendale Adams said Saturday that additional searches will only be conducted for Delano Wilson if there's a significant tip or development in the case.
Police said they were treating the hunt for a missing Indianapolis infant Saturday as a search-and-rescue mission, with efforts including draining an old underground cistern in a wooded area near where the child disappeared.
An Amber Alert went out for 6-week-old Delano Wilson about 9 p.m. Wednesday, some eight hours after 23-year-old Willie Wilson told police his son had been abducted by a man and woman who knocked him out in an alley near his home just west of downtown Indianapolis. 
Indiana State Police canceled the Amber Alert at the request of IMPD on Friday evening just before 7 p.m. Detectives believe the alert raised sufficient awareness about the missing child and his alleged abduction.
When the alert was first issued, detectives received numerous tips, but over the past six hours, police said they only received two calls.
"The cancelation of the Amber Alert has no barring on the active investigation into Delano's abduction. IMPD will continue to use all necessary resources and techniques to bring Delano back home," police said in a statement.
Police have not said they have any reason to doubt Wilson's statements, though they said Friday they were "checking" his account of what happened.
"We look into every story, and we run down leads, and we verify facts. That's what we do," Police Chief Rick Hite said.
The rattle and clang of passing garbage trucks filled the industrial area adjacent to the dense woods just off Interstate 70 on Friday afternoon. Rain fell as searchers scoured the area and police dogs sniffed for any sign of the missing infant.
The area is crisscrossed with busy streets, railroads and waterways. Police said CSX had agreed to stop rail traffic there during the search.
Indianapolis police Sgt. Kendale Adams said all that the searchers had found while using a grid pattern in the woods so far was trash and the old tank, from which police pumped out some of the water and searched it with a camera but found no signs of the baby.
Adams said police still regarded the case as a search-and-rescue operation. About 45 police recruits were aiding in the search and the FBI is assisting with the investigation, he said.
No leads brought police to the woods, Adams said.
"Obviously, being this close to the house, it is just an investigative area that we naturally would search," he said. "Right now, we're just hopeful that we're able to find this baby, and find him safely."
Adams estimated that about 90 percent of the neighborhood where the baby was reported missing had been searched as of late Friday afternoon.
Family members had posted fliers throughout the area asking for information leading to Delano, and another family member had offered a $10,000 reward. Delano's photo and description were also posted on the website of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
The Wednesday Amber Alert said the child is considered in extreme danger and that the infant was last seen with a white man and a Hispanic woman in an early 2000s blue Ford Taurus car.
Wilson told police he was carrying the baby just west of downtown Indianapolis about noon Wednesday when he was approached by the man and woman. He said the man pointed a gun at him and hit him in the head with the weapon, causing him to briefly lose consciousness. When he awoke, he said he saw the woman carrying the baby to the car, according to police.
Adams said Wilson had no visible signs of injury.
Police arrested Wilson on Wednesday night on an unrelated drug charge, and he was released from jail the next day.

25 comments:

Lynn said...

Sounds like LE may be pulling back because of questionable info. They may have given the press info re: the search is still classified as a search and rescue, but I believe they know it will eventually lead to a search and recovery. They are now waiting for the truth to be told, and the sad events which will follow.

Anonymous said...

Sadly, I have to agree with you and statement analysis on this one, Lynn. IMO, the little dope addled evil b'stard has gone and done something terrible with this poor helpless baby.

Anonymous said...

“Our detectives will continue to talk with him as much as he’ll talk with us to try to determine some of the missing links in his story,” said Sgt. Kendale Adams, IMPD.

http://fox59.com/2014/08/29/police-search-wooded-area-for-missing-baby-look-at-fathers-story/

Anonymous said...

http://www.indystar.com/story/news/2014/08/30/family-community-leaders-pray-missing-indianapolis-baby-still-alive/14874595/

Anonymous said...

Cancellation of Amber Alert, and searches in water and woods, don't exactly sound like search and rescue. :( I do pray that this baby is found safely, but it looks like the police are not looking for a live baby.

New England Water Blog said...

Do they know for certain that there even was a baby?

Anonymous said...

http://www.examiner.com/article/cia-now-admits-that-president-obama-is-a-radical-islamic-enemy-of-america#comment-1567012235

what do you guys think of this story? ex CIA says Obama really radical Islamist.

I personally think Obama IS CIA and/but much of the islamic terrorists are also CIA trained. So I think in a way the story is a truth within a lie, but for sure a lie in the sense that I don't believe he's really an extremist Muslim. I think he's really gay for one. I also think the CIA asked her to say it and pretend she was revealing something she shouldn't.

but anyway --

Anonymous said...

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http://blackbag.gawker.com/james-foleys-sister-was-not-a-crisis-actor-probably-1628482593

john said...

OT

Casey Anthony is not pregnant with twins

http://www.crimescenemedia.com/2014/08/casey-anthony-is-no-pregnant-with-twins.html#.VAMHOWsaoZw.facebook

john said...

Family, community leaders pray missing Indianapolis baby is still alive

Interesting words in the negative from Rev. Malachi Walker.

He also uses the word grieving.. This can have several meanings. In my experience it is mostly associate with a death. Does he believe baby Delano is dead. What is his definition of "Grieving"?.

could someone else have a listen to this please. @ 2:40 in the vt. Does his father say "bring them to us, bring them to us"

If i'm correct, who are "them"

http://www.indystar.com/story/news/2014/08/30/family-community-leaders-pray-missing-indianapolis-baby-still-alive/14874595/

Anonymous said...

Where's the piece a shyt mother of this baby? Its' father or not, she HAD to know better than to leave her tiny infant with a stupid dope head. Or maybe she is one herself?

Missing links in the b'stards story? Likely hers too. Poor baby. It never stood a chance.

trustmeigetit said...

John.... "grieving" to me also means death. Then end.

Cause it's what people say they are doing after the death of someone.

So in a missing kids case, especially in the beginning is a red flag.

Rebecca Celis said that she was "grieving" in private and that was why she she was not speaking out. To me that told me the child was deceased and those 2 weeks she was in fact grieving....and well NOT searching.

trustmeigetit said...

So the woman talking on the video and trying hard to fake cry is not the mother?

Anonymous said...

YT of the 911 Audio of Willie Wilson

http://youtu.be/1rHQo8JyGh0

Begin at 2:00, listen at 2:07 you can hear a baby " squeak cry", the sound of an infant.

Jen Ow said...

http://news.yahoo.com/woman-uses-her-gun-ward-off-abduction-190207403.html

Check out this woman's story about being 'nearly abducted' by two 'gentlemen'.

Please note that these two would be abductors, are assigned no race, height, hair color, or description of any kind. (Other than to say that one of them had a baseball bat, which he raised to strike her.)

She claims to have been walking her dog when these two 'gentlemen' approached her, and she scared them off with her gun. She goes out of order when recounting how she pulled the gun from her pocket, then claims to have scared them off by telling them that she "has this, (gun) and she's not afraid to use it".

(Because seeing a gun pointed at them, when they were close enough to be raising a bat to strike her really wouldn't be enough to send them running...they had to stick around for her to verbally confirm the guns existence, and communicate her feelings about using it, lol.)

Does this seriously pass for reporting and journalism?! Did anyone bother to ask her what these men looked like? Did she call 911, or go to the nearest home for help? Did her dog try to defend her? Which direction did these lovely gentlemen go when they left? Is she scared for other local women's safety? I mean, surely these men should be caught and prosecuted for her attempted abduction! Sure, SHE got away by weilding her brand new gun, but that doesn't mean their next victim will!

Based on what she reported, and left out...it seems like she wanted to make a statement about a woman being able to keep herself safe using a legally registered weapon, which she had a permit to carry...but her story isn't credible.

(That is, unless she actually gave the crucial details, and they just weren't reported.)

tania cadogan said...

Off topic.

In a case i have been following in france,
According to the couple, they left the baby in his car cot, while they were playing bocca (a kind of mini-bowling) (in the dark??) nearby. The father then had to leave on a 'pressing need', leaving the 24-year-old mother alone with the baby.

At this point, a man snuck up and stole the baby from the car, and the father came back and tried to catch him. Both parents had some 'physical problems' that prevented them chasing the man who stole their baby. The father can't describe the man as he only saw the back of him. They then spent some time driving around looking, before finally alerting police to the kidnapd.

pparantly they failed to report the crime to a pak attendant who they came across.

Poice dearched but no amber alert was issued.

'The parents of a four month old baby missing for three days have been placed in custody for "kidnapping , false imprisonment and abuse of a minor ," said the prosecutor Gueret , Sébastien Farges , during a press conference given at the end of the afternoon

The prosecutor added that the inconsistencies and improbabilities of the parents' story provide good ground for their arrest.

He also said that the chances of finding baby Loan alive - or even finding him at all - are very slim.

Apparantly the parents confessed and his body was found in a pond.

There was a history of domestic violence

http://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=en&sl=fr&u=http://www.liberation.fr/societe/2014/08/30/les-parents-du-bebe-disparu-dans-la-creuse-places-en-garde-a-vue_1090299&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dbebe%2Bcreuse%26client%3Dsafari%26hl%3Den

tania cadogan said...

Adams said Wilson had no visible signs of injury.

That blows his story out the water.

If he had been pistol whipeed, hit and knocked unconscious there would be cuts and bruises from the gun and hit, maeks on him from hitting the ground unconscious.

How will he explain away these missing injuries?

it was a gentle pistol whip, more like a tap or he waved his gun at me whilst making whip crack sounds.

john said...

Jens OT

“Two gentlemen came out of the woods, one holding a baseball bat, and said ‘You’re coming with us,’” Burns told WBNS, adding that Gracie was little help in deterring the men.

Thankfully, Burns had something else for protection.

“I said, ‘Well, what do you want?,’ and as I was saying that I reached in to my pocket and slipped my gun out, (Missing pronoun)slipped the safety off as I pulled it out,” Burns said.

“As I was doing that the other gentleman came toward me and raised the baseball bat. And, I pointed the gun at them and said, ‘I have this and I’m not afraid to use it.’”

The men backed off and left, Burns told the news station.

“I think if they’d gotten any closer, I probably would have fired,” she said, citing her concealed carry training which taught her “to get out of a situation, back out, get out of it as much as you can without having to discharge your firearm.”

“[I'm] very thankful that it turned out the way it did, and hope it doesn’t happen again, but I will be prepared,” Burns said.

trustmeigetit said...

Hobbs shared the story...

"The prosecutor added that the inconsistencies and improbabilities of the parents' story provide good ground for their arrest."


Sounds like police doing their job they way they should and what should be legally allowed.

Clearly if mom and dad can't keep their story straight about something so serious there is a reason

Anonymous said...

trustmeigetit said...
"grieving" to me also means death. Then end.

^^^^
i agree, you dont offer condolences to parents of missing persons, they dont grieve, they long for, and try to make it through another day. grieving is the step in a process of coming to terms or resolving in your mind that someone is dead and you will never see them again.

tania cadogan said...

On the fourth day of 6-week-old Delano Wilson's disappearance, his family and community leaders gathered this afternoon to pray that he is still alive and that whoever knows his whereabouts would come forward.

"We're here because a family, a mother and a father is grieving and full of pain," said the Rev. Malachi Walker, director of Young Men Inc. "We're not here to point fingers or to pass judgment."

Standing behind Walker were Delano's parents, Willie Wilson and Taniasha Perkins. The baby's family as well as members of the Ten Point Coalition, Young Men Inc. and Westside Ministries held hands and formed a circle outside the Near-Westside house where the family lives.

According to an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department report, Willie Wilson told police that a white man and a Hispanic woman knocked him unconscious with a gun while he was walking in an alley on West Henry Street, near the family's home at about noon on Wednesday.

Wilson told police he regained consciousness to see the man and woman snatch the baby from him and drive off in a blue 2000-2003 four-door Ford Taurus.

An Amber Alert that was issued late Wednesday, about nine hours after the baby was reported missing.

Police officers, recruits, firefighters and search dogs fanned out the area near the baby's home in the 500 block of Chase Street from Wednesday to Friday but did not find a trace of the infant. The Indiana State Police canceled the Amber Alert Friday evening at the request of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. The family also has offered a $10,000 reward.

Sgt. Kendale Adams, an IMPD spokesman, said Saturday that an investigation into the baby's disappearance is ongoing. But he said police were not planning any searches this weekend.

"Unless we get some credible tips," Adams said, "there's nothing planned today or tomorrow."

Adams said Friday that police would decide what their next steps in the investigation would be, which likely would include talking with the missing baby's parents again to "fill in some gaps."

During the vigil, Delano's family and community leaders asked whoever knows about his whereabouts to come forward.

"That child is out there and somebody knows where that child is," Walker said. "We pray that this child is alive."

Ten Point Coalition member Horatio Luster called the abduction an act of violence.

"It is a violence upon a baby who cannot think or act by himself," Luster said. "Whoever the perpetrators are, we want them brought to justice."

Indianapolis resident Ronda Froschauer does not know the family, but she felt the need to go to the vigil. Printed on the back of her shirt is a picture of her 7-month-old granddaughter, Irdessa Vasquez. Her father killed her three years ago, Froschauer said.

"I feel for the parents," said Froschauer, a member of the Million March Against Child Abuse. "We're still going through the pain."

Lou Johnson, the boy's aunt, said the past three days have been devastating for Delano's parents, who have been together for two years. Delano is their first and only child.

"They can't eat, can't drink, can't sleep," Johnson said. "We got all the baby stuff. ... It's painful for them to see all the baby stuff and the baby's not there. All we want is the baby back."

http://www.indystar.com/story/news/2014/08/30/family-community-leaders-pray-missing-indianapolis-baby-still-alive/14874595/

tania cadogan said...

"We're here because a family, a mother and a father is grieving and full of pain," said the Rev. Malachi Walker, director of Young Men Inc. "We're not here to point fingers or to pass judgment."
Why doe he introduce gtieving?
Frieving is associated with death.
You grieve when someone passes, you don't grieve when someone goes missing.

Order is important, we have family before mother and father.

Anything in the negative is sensitive.
He tells us what they are not there for rather than what they are there for.

During the vigil, Delano's family and community leaders asked whoever knows about his whereabouts to come forward.

"That child is out there and somebody knows where that child is," Walker said. "We pray that this child is alive."


Oh dear lots of distancing here. THAT child is out there.
Somebody knows where THAT child is.
We pray that THIS child is alive.

No mention is made of his name.
BO Felano is out there, no somebody knows where Delano is, No praying Delano is alive.

WHy the need for distancing?
Why the need to use the word child (possible indications of abuse)eather than baby or infant or even hs name or nickname?

"It is a violence upon a baby who cannot think or act by himself," Luster said. "Whoever the perpetrators are, we want them brought to justice.
This was said in relation to the abduction being an act of violence.
He may be speaking more truth than he thinks.

This was an act of violence, what it wasn't was an abduction.

Lou Johnson, the boy's aunt, said the past three days have been devastating for Delano's parents, who have been together for two years. Delano is their first and only child.

"They can't eat, can't drink, can't sleep," Johnson said. "We got all the baby stuff. ... It's painful for them to see all the baby stuff and the baby's not there. All we want is the baby back."
What is it with the family that no one uses the baby's name>
They don't want Delano back, they want THE BABY back.

It's painful for them to see all the baby stuff and the baby's not there. All we want is the baby back."
Baby stuff not Delano's stuff
Baby's not Delano's and baby back not Delano back

Do they know or suspect the truth hence the leakage but will do their bit to protect the family from the police, the nasty white man etc?

When was baby Delano last seen by an independant witness?
What health issues did he have since the mom mentioned borthmarls on his eyes?
Have the parents been polygraphed?
if so what was the result?
if not why not?
Did they refuse to take one?
have they lawyered up and he said no or haven't they been asked?

Anonymous said...

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/cops-indiana-infant-abducted-amber-alert-issued/

@ 1:01 "It was a normal day. I was getting ready for work."

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