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CA NOAH McINTOSH: Missing From Corona, CA - March 2019 - Age 8

Discussion in 'Missing 2015 to Present' started by fran, Mar 14, 2019.

  1. fran

    fran Administrator Staff Member

    Noah McIntosh has been missing for about two weeks. "Anyone who has seen Noah is asked to call Corona Police Department's Senior Detective Mario Hernandez at 951-279-3659"

    ‘At-Risk’ Corona Boy Remains Missing After Parents Are Arrested on Suspicion of Child Abuse

    Noah McIntosh is seen in a photo released by Corona police,
    left, and in a photo provided by his family to KTLA.

    Corona police on Thursday continued searching for a missing 8-year-old boy after arresting his parents on suspicion of child abuse.

    Officers were dispatched to the 4600 block of Temescal Canyon Road about 7:30 p.m. Tuesday after receiving a report of an “at-risk” missing child named Noah McIntosh, according to a Corona Police Department news release.

    Responding officers spoke with the boy’s mother, 36-year-old Jillian Godfrey. However, they were unsuccessful in their efforts to reach his father, 32-year-old Bryce McIntosh, at a local apartment, the release stated.

    Police served a search warrant around 8 a.m. the following day at the father’s residence, where they located the man along with his 11-year-old daughter. Noah, however, was nowhere to be found.

    Officers have since arrested Godfrey and McIntosh, who are suspected of child abuse “based on evidence recovered during the investigation,” police said.

    Officials declined to release photos of either parent.

    Investigators are now seeking the public’s help to locate Noah, who was last seen approximately two weeks ago in the 4600 block of Temescal Canyon Road, according to police.

    Anyone with knowledge of the child’s whereabouts is urged to contact Senior Detective Mario Hernandez by calling 951-279-3659 or emailing Mario.Hernandez@CoronaCA.gov.


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  2. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Ohhhhh no. :( Not again. I hate this so much.
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  3. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Not a lot of info out there on Noah yet.

    If they were able to recover or see evidence of child abuse on a child that isn't around... it doesn't look good.
    I suppose that could be related to the 11-year-old. But still doesn't bode well for little Noah.

    [​IMG] [​IMG]

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  4. Dobrev

    Dobrev Former Member

    Poor Noah.
    Is that a cast on his arm? Wonder how he got that.
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  5. Dobrev

    Dobrev Former Member

    My guess? Things won't end well for little Noah.
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  6. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Search Continues for Missing Corona Boy as Prosecutors Weigh Possible Charges Against Parents

    Prosecutors on Friday are mulling possible child abuse charges against the parents of a missing Corona boy as a desperate search for the 8-year-old continued, authorities said.

    Godfrey called police on Tuesday night and asked them to check on Noah after the child's father wouldn't let her see him, the woman's parents told KTLA.

    "Information was … presented to us that led us to believe the child abuse was occurring to Noah over a certain time period. I don’t know what that time period is. So the detectives believe that they had probable cause to arrest both parents for child abuse," Corona Officer Tobias Kouroubacalis told KTLA on Thursday. He did not elaborate on any possible evidence against the mother and father.

    A decision had not been made as of Friday morning on whether charges would be filed in the case, said John Hall, a spokesman for the Riverside County District Attorney's Office.

    Police are still searching for Noah and have asked for the public's help to find him. Anyone with information about his whereabouts is urged to contact Senior Detective Mario Hernandez by calling 951-279-3659 or emailing Mario.Hernandez@CoronaCA.gov.

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  7. fran

    fran Administrator Staff Member

    OMGosh! He's been missing a long time. What have they done with him?

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  8. kdg411

    kdg411 Resource Mod

    Grandfather of missing Corona 8-year-old believes Noah is dead

    The grandfather, Doug Godfrey, said he believes Noah is dead because “I never lost a kid and didn’t know where a kid was.”

    He added: “This is a dream you would like to wake up from, but you can’t. We’re simply devastated by this.”

    Godfrey, who is Jillian Godfrey’s father, said the parents are not married. He said he and his wife raised Noah and his 11-year-old sister for eight years. McIntosh eventually persuaded Jillian to move from to Anaheim to Corona, Doug Godfrey said.

    McIntosh then “wrestled control” of the children from his daughter, Godfrey said.

    Godfrey has a theory on what happened to Noah. He said Noah was born with his bladder outside his body, and that other birth defects caused Noah to sometimes wet his pants. Godrey said McIntosh “is a violent man” and that perhaps the burden of raising Noah caused him to snap.

    “Did I think he’d kill Noah? I thought at one time he would kill the whole family,” said Godfrey, who during an interview would not refer to McIntosh by name.
  9. fran

    fran Administrator Staff Member

    That's heavy.
    That poor child never stood a chance.
    So sad.
    Please find Noah.

  10. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    Why didn't they just leave the kids with the grandparents? Makes me sick.
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  11. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Corona missing child: Willful child cruelty charges filed against parents of 8-year-old boy

    Charges have been filed Friday against the parents of an 8-year-old Corona boy who has been missing for nearly three weeks.

    Charges of willful harm to a child were filed against Bryce McIntosh and Jillian Godfrey for something that they did to their missing son, Noah McIntosh, on Feb. 24.

    Bryce McIntosh is being held on $1 million bail while Godfrey's bail is $500,000.

    An arraignment, where the couple is expected to be formally charged, was postponed to April 8.

    While Sgt. Chad Fountain says part of the case now centers on the criminal aspect of what happened to Noah, they're still trying to find him. More than 10 detectives are assigned to the case.

    "I know they're working tirelessly. They've been here around the clock almost since Tuesday evening, after we were unable to make contact with Noah," Fountain said.

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  12. fran

    fran Administrator Staff Member

    Wonder what the heck they did to him before they disappeared him?!

    Whatever it was, it was criminal.

    I could cry
  13. Dobrev

    Dobrev Former Member

    v. sad.
    glad they found the sister alive and well before any more littles disappeared.
  14. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Corona police say ‘request will be made’ if community help needed in search for Noah McIntosh

    Corona police Sunday thanked people who have offered to help look for 8-year-old Noah McIntosh but said local, state and federal law enforcement is working on the case, and there was no immediate need for more aid in locating the boy, who was declared missing last week.

    “If, and when, community assistance is needed for a search, that request will be made,” the department statement said.

    Almost three weeks of Noah’s whereabouts are unaccounted for.

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  15. Dobrev

    Dobrev Former Member

    i hope this does not turn into the case of little Joseph Daniels. lost for so long.
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  16. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Federal authorities join in search for missing 8-year-old Corona boy after parents charged

    Federal law enforcement agencies joined the search for a missing 8-year-old Corona boy after his parents were charged with child cruelty, police said on Sunday.

    "The City of Corona and the Corona Police Department appreciate the community's desire to assist in the search for Noah McIntosh. The police department has partnered with county, state and federal law enforcement agencies in the search," Corona Police said in a press release.

    At this time, the police department is asking any community member that may have seen Noah, McIntosh, or Godfrey between February 20 and March 12 to contact Senior Detective Mario Hernandez at 951-279-3659 or Mario.Hernandez@CoronaCA.gov.


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  17. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Forensics Team, Plumber Returns To Home Of 8-Year-Old Corona Boy Missing For 3 Weeks

    Police forensics teams and investigators returned with a plumber to the home of an 8-year-old Corona boy who hasn’t been seen in three weeks, and whose parents are in custody on charges of willful harm to a child.

    Corona police returned Monday night to the home of Noah McIntosh and were later spotted carrying out several boxes of items they apparently recovered from the home. A plumber was also spotted alongside the forensics vehicles, but police would not give any details on the apparent new turn in the investigation.


    Evidence removed from apartment where missing Corona boy lived

    Evidence was removed from the Corona apartment where a missing 8-year-old boy lived, but police did not give an indication this morning what the item was before it was loaded onto a police truck.

    The item, taken from the apartment Monday night in the 4500 block of Temescal Canyon Road, was described as large and apparently heavy, wrapped in a blue tarp, NBC4 said.

    Police also called in a plumber with camera equipment, but did not disclose the reason or what they searched for, ABC7 reported. An update on the case was expected Tuesday, March 19.

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  18. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Police search for evidence in field, at apartment where missing 8-year-old Corona boy lived

    Police searched a Corona hillside and the apartment where a missing 8-year-old boy lived hoping to find information that could lead detectives to the missing child.

    Evidence was removed from the Corona apartment Noah McIntosh shared with his father — Bryce Daniel McIntosh — and older sister, but police did not give an indication Tuesday morning what the item was before it was loaded onto a police truck.

    Sgt. Chad Fountain confirmed that detectives “were back at the suspect’s apartment last night looking for further evidence on Noah’s whereabouts,” but didn’t give any indication on what was found Monday night.

    Fountain also confirmed detectives had been searching for the missing boy Tuesday in the hills near the 15 Freeway and Tom’s Farm near the 23900 block of Temescal Canyon Road.

    “(I)t was related based on evidence we have found previously,” Fountain said. “Nothing was located there and we have cleared” the scene.

    Police detectives have worked continuously over the past week to ensure “we thoroughly investigate all information received. Detectives are currently following up on all evidence,” Fountain said Tuesday morning in an email.

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  19. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member


    ‘I Failed Him Too:’ Grandfather of Noah McIntosh Says He Reported Abuse Before Boy’s Disappearance

    The search continues for 8-year-old Corona boy Noah McIntosh, who was last seen about 3 weeks ago. While investigators are still handling this as a missing person case, Noah's grandfather believes this is a case of murder.

    "I just can't get Noah off my mind, and the things that I think about, it just tears us apart," Douglas Godfrey said, breaking into tears.

    Tuesday, detectives searched a hillside along Squaw Mountain Road, and Monday night they brought in a plumber as they searched Noah's father's apartment.

    Douglas said he raised Noah for most of his life, until about a year and a half ago, when Noah's biological father, Bryce McIntosh convinced Noah's mother, Jill Godfrey to let Noah and his sister to come live at Bryce's apartment in Corona.

    The mother apparently ended up living in her car in the apartment's parking lot. Investigators said when she didn't see Noah for several weeks, she asked police last Tuesday to do a welfare check. Police found the sister, but not Noah.

    Investigators said they found enough evidence inside the apartment to arrest both Bryce and Jill for felony child abuse.

    "My daughter didn't do anything wrong, but she didn't do anything," Douglas said.

    Douglas said he knew Bryce was abusing Noah because the boy told him about it. Douglas said one time Noah said Bryce made him take chocolate laxatives, and then sit in his feces all day.

    Douglas said he reported it, but that Child Protective Services told him they found no evidence and closed their investigation.

    "A lot of people failed us, and I'm gonna put myself right there with them. I failed him too," Douglas said.

    Douglas is convinced that Bryce murdered little Noah. He thinks that Bryce might have found out that Douglas was planning to take both kids and move to another state.

    "Noah is missing, and he didn't report it, and he can't tell you where Noah is at, or how, I don't even know what he has said, if he's even said anything at all, like has anybody said to him, 'where'd Noah go?'"

    Authorities said Bryce has been uncooperative and said little since his arrest. He's being held on a $1 million bail. Jill is held on a $500,000 bail.

  20. Dobrev

    Dobrev Former Member

    :sniffle: that is just crushing.
    another child failed by cps.

    it's sad that Douglas appears to have lost his grandson. but there is only so much he could have done with the mother, father and the law appearing to stand in his way.
    it's a shame that his parents don't feel the same as Douglas does.

    why do these parents insist on having their children back with them just to abuse them? or worse?
    why don't they just do their own thing in their own lives and leave their children with those who actually do care for them. like Douglas.

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