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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. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Social workers dismissed 2 years of abuse claims for slain Corona boy

    In the two years before Noah McIntosh of Corona went missing and presumably died, Riverside County social workers investigated reports that the young boy had his hands zip-tied behind his back and was dunked in cold water and that he showed up to school without pants.

    Investigators found those reports unsubstantiated or inconclusive and kept him with his father, Bryce McIntosh, who has since been charged with the 8-year-old boy’s torture-murder and with child cruelty.

    There was also at least one contact with a police officer during that time and, according to the documents, earlier investigations in Orange County.

    Evidence gathered in the case showed McIntosh bought acid and other caustic chemicals as well as a large plastic trash barrel around the time Noah went missing.

    McIntosh, 33, of Corona has pleaded not guilty to the charges.

    DPSS released a statement Wednesday, Aug. 7, saying they are dedicated to protecting their most vulnerable and have made changes including appointing a new director.

    First encounter

    The documents obtained Wednesday include a police interview with Noah on Aug. 24, 2017, at a school six days after the CPS report about claims of forced bathtub sitting and laxative abuse.

    When the unidentified officer asks Noah about zip ties, he said his father “puts them on me” and then dunks him underwater because he doesn’t “pee on the potty,” adding that the zip ties are made behind his back, and that he also tied his feet.

    He also told the officer that his father put him in cold water in the bathtub, then put his head in the water. “He said it makes him feel ‘kinda nervous’” because he was blindfolded by his father, according to the report.

    Bryce McIntosh refused to let police or Child Protective Services check his home on Aug. 24, the day of the interview, but said he would allow an officer into his home the following day. However there was no answer that following day to the officer’s knocking on the door, even though the officer noted, it sounded like someone was in the apartment.

    The report said the officer saw no visible injuries on Noah and that detectives would follow up. The case was not closed, according to the documents.

    Second encounter

    On Nov. 9, 2017, Noah allegedly came to school wearing a Pull-Up diaper, shirt and shoes, but no pants.

    The father said Noah had been peeing his pants.

    “If he wants to be a baby, I’m sending him to school in a diaper,” Bryce McIntosh said, according to the report.

    After he was told Noah couldn’t come to school without pants, McIntosh gave his son what appeared to be his sister’s clothes: pink girl’s shorts and a zip-up hoodie with butterflies on it.

    The teacher told investigators that Noah was teased all day, so the principal went to Target to buy a change of clothes.

    Noah “usually smells of urine but the school has been trying to work with father,” the report added.

    In the summary of previous allegations in Noah’s case history, the incident is referred to as an allegation of “general neglect” that is “inconclusive.”

    Social workers did find two allegations of general neglect to be substantiated in August 2017, but Noah remained with his father. They were not able to substantiate evidence of physical abuse or severe neglect. They found an allegation of general neglect to be true in March of this year — at the time Noah had disappeared.

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