Monday, October 27, 2014

8 Year Old Autistic Boy Missing

Peyton Blodgett since Saturday afternoon.

The mother spoke:

Mother believes boy is in the woods and has a focus on woods and pleads with citizens to simply come and not wait for official notice.

The mother is upset because she is not allowed to search.  Sheriff Dept said it is too dangerous to search without tools.


Tania Cadogan said...

Sheriff Joey Dobson said a pond near the address he was last seen at, 6863 South SR 121, his grandmother’s residence, will be searched by divers tomorrow.

This stands out to me as odd.
An autistic 8 yr old goes missing and there is a pond nearby, surely that would be one of the first places to be checked.
Why delay the search of the pond till tommorow?
Do they have cause to believe he isn't in the pond and may be elsewhere?

The search will be done the same time the the gran and her boyfriend take polys.

This again is unusual, what gives them cause to give the adults a poly the very next day?
What is not being told?

In missing child cases, the police, family and neighbors search the local area first, this means ponds, buildings, parks, woods etc.
The places where a child could fall in or would be attracted to would be first on the search list.

Clearly the Sheriff knows or suspects something isn't right hence his comments.

It would be interesting to know exactly what convictions the boyfriend has and if these convictions are reason for the sheriff to say what he did.

On August 28, 2014 the Sequoyah County Sheriff’s office issued a felony warrant for Jerry Carter. The warrant charges Carter with “assault and battery with a dangerous weapon”. The warrant lists Carter’s bail as $10,000.00.

Tania Cadogan said...

breaking news, it seems he has bee found

Updated: 2:41 p.m. Monday, Oct. 27, 2014 | Posted: 2:23 p.m. Monday, Oct. 27, 2014
Missing Baker County boy found safe

8-year-old Peyton Blodgett found alive
Police report: Missing Baker County boy has hidden before
Missing child alert issued for 8-year-old with autism

By Stephanie Brown

An 8-year-old out of Baker County who went missing on Saturday has been found safe.

We’re told Peyton Blodgett was dehydrated and scared. He’s being taken to the hospital. He was found in thick brush near his grandmother’s house, which is where he was last seen. Blodgett is autistic.

Investigators are working now to determine whether he was there the entire time and other questions around his disappearance.

This is a developing story that will be updated through the day.

John Mc Gowan said...

That's great news Tania

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John Mc Gowan said...

OT Updates:

Father of missing teen Erica Parsons found guilty of financial fraud

John Mc Gowan said...

^^^ First OT

Randie said...



There is a Bronco's fan missing on Thursdays game in Denver. Here is a sentence from someone traveling with him.

"We go down to gate 8. No Paul. We wait an hour. No Paul," she said.

Isn't this present tense???

Niall MacDougall said...

Odd that the mother is positive of her autistic son's survival hopes,due to his ''high tolerance of PAIN!''