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VA NOAH TOMLIN: Missing from Hampton, VA - 24 June 2019 - Age 2 *Found Deceased*

Discussion in 'Located/Resolved' started by STEADFAST, Jun 25, 2019.


    STEADFAST Well-Known Member

    2 yo last seen at 1:00 am on Sunday and reported missing 11:30 am from trailer park near beach. Mom and male "parent'(?) have been at police station since report. Forensics have gone through house. Large-scale search going on, including FBI. Mom sentenced in 2010 for burning daughter on hot stove, drugs. She has many children, some of whom are not in her custody. I think we know where this is probably going. I live 2 miles from missing site.



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  2. kdg411

    kdg411 Resource Mod

    2-Year-Old Va. Boy Went to Bed at 1 a.m. and Was Gone the Next Morning, Mom Says


    Noah Tomlin was reported missing Monday morning at 11:35 a.m. His mom said she last saw him when she put him to bed at 1 a.m., Hampton Police Chief Terry Sult said in a press conference.

    He is believed to be wearing a white and green pajama shirt and diaper.

    After Hampton police searched the Bayside Mobile Home Village, where Noah’s family lives, authorities called state and federal investigators for assistance.
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  3. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Not good. Toddlers don't leave their homes on their own at night.
    Forensic units at the home.
    Apparently police are keeping an eye on a local landfill as well.

    Robert Boyd 13News Now‏@13robertboyd
    The chief is not ruling anything out. Everything from the child wandering away from home, to an abduction, to foul play is all being investigated at this time. Mother says she put the baby to bed at 1am and the next time she checked on him he was gone. #13newsnow

    The forensic unit is outside of the mobile home where the two-year-old went missing. #13newsnow

    Hampton Police are now isolating the house with crime scene tape. Neighbors say the mother of the child “seems nice.” #13newsnow

    A second forensic unit van has arrived. Neighbors say they are growing concerned. Hear from a woman who knows the mother and missing child today at 5pm on #13newsnow

    Hampton PD shutting down operations at the Bethel Landfill just incase the search for missing toddler Noah Tomlin leads them there. #13NewsNow

    Police say they have officers taking pictures at the landfill. Bethel Landfill employees say they close at 4pm everyday so regular operations are not being affected. #13newsNow

    So technically police did not shut down the landfill but they do have a presence there. #13newsNow


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    STEADFAST Well-Known Member

    This area, where the James, Elizabeth, and Hampton rivers connect to Chesapeake Bay, is riddled with inlets, creeks, and swamps. The trailor park is a block from the beach and right off of the mouth of the Hampton River, where there's a fair-sized lake. It is going to be a very difficult area to search. The neighborhood where the trailer park is located, like most neighborhoods in Hampton, is mixed, with nice condos and gangy drug areas crowded together. There are gunshots heard every night, just about. Lots of drive by shootings in the town, gang activity, drugs. Four people, including two children, were shot a day before this dissapearance, a block away. We're moving away next month, and I can't wait to get out of here.

    STEADFAST Well-Known Member

    News conference just ended. Not much new info, but they did confirm that Noah could not walk well. He'd take a couple of steps, fall down, couple more steps, fall down. Said investigation is still ongoing, have a couple things to check out, not ruling out anything at this time, and they would have update later today.
  7. Summer_breeze

    Summer_breeze Blowing through the Jasmine in my mind

    In day 3 of hunt for missing toddler, search moves to Hampton landfill

    • By Matt Jones and Jessica Nolte
      Staff writers
    • Jun 26, 2019 Updated 10 hrs ago
    Garbage trucks rumbled through the narrow streets of Bayside Village Mobile Home Park on Wednesday morning, a day later than scheduled.

    Hampton police had asked public works to delay pickup at the park off Atlantic Avenue in Buckroe Beach so that they could look through trash in their search for 2-year-old Noah Tomlin, who was reported missing Monday morning, Police Chief Terry Sult told a news conference. He spoke at a fire station across the street from the Hampton landfill, where their search for Tomlin has shifted.

    Sult called it the fifth phase of their search for the toddler, who was last seen wearing a white and green pajama shirt and diaper around 1 a.m. Monday, and that they always planned to search it.

    “There's no specific information that's led us to the landfill,” Sult said. “But in past experience, we have found we often have to search these areas.”

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  9. kdg411

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  10. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    Early on, I thought they would find him quickly. :(
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  12. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Search for missing Hampton 2-year-old enters day five; police press conference today at 4 p.m.

    Hampton Police have scheduled a 4 p.m. news conference Friday to discuss the latest developments in their search for 2-year-old Noah Tomlin.

    The circumstances surrounding the child’s disappearance have remained unclear. Tomlin was last seen at his home around 1 a.m. Monday, and police received a report that he was missing around 11:30 a.m.

    Authorities returned to a landfill in Hampton Friday to continue the search for Tomlin. Police say they are not suspending the search because they are hopeful the child is still alive.

    The landfill where authorities have focused the search is located roughly 10 miles from Tomlin’s home.

    Police expanded the search for Tomlin beyond Buckroe Beach earlier this week after they said all reasonable efforts to find him in the area were exhausted.

    The boy’s mother, Julia Tomlin, told 10 On Your Side Thursday evening the 2-year-old “can’t walk well, he is possibly autistic, he loves everybody and is very affectionate.”

    Anyone who sees Tomlin, has any informaiton or knows of his whereabouts is asked to call the Hampton Police Division or the Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.

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  13. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Noah Tomlin: Missing boy’s mother previously busted for putting tot daughter on hot stove [Report]

    As police continue to search for a missing Virginia toddler who vanished five days ago, new details are emerging about the boy’s family history.

    CBS 3 reports that although authorities haven’t revealed whether they feel foul play is involved in the disappearance of 2-year-old Noah Tomlin, court records indicate that the boy’s mother, Julia Tomlin, has had previous legal issues concerning her children.

    In 2010, Tomlin was arrested and charged with child neglect after her daughter, a 1-year-old at the time, was burned when Tomlin sat the toddler down on a scorching hot kitchen stove. Tomlin didn’t take the little girl to the hospital until days later.

    Tomlin spent five months behind bars after pleading guilty to the felony charge.

    According to court documents, Tomlin had five children at the time of the 2010 incident. It’s still unclear, however, how many children were in the home when Noah vanished.

    As CrimeOnline previously reported, Tomlin reportedly said she put Noah to bed on Sunday at 1 a.m., but by 11:35 a.m the same morning, he was missing. Noah was last seen in his family’s mobile home, off of the 100 block of Atlantic Avenue in Hampton, wearing a diaper and a green and white pajama shirt.

    According to Police Chief Terry Sult of the Virginia State Police, authorities are leaving no stones unturned. They’re considering every angle as they continue to search for the boy.

    “We’re considering everything from the child just walking away to all the way up to including foul play,” Sult said. “We’re not ruling anything out until we find the child. We’re going to take it as worst case and hope for the best case.”

    The child’s mother is said to be working with authorities. She’s not considered a suspect at this time.

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    STEADFAST Well-Known Member

    A press conference was scheduled for 4:00 today, but it was put off until undetermined later time because the sheriff was working on some aspects of the case. Now they've scheduled one for 11:00 pm. Some how I don't think they'd schedule one that late just to say that there are no developments.
  15. kdg411

    kdg411 Resource Mod

    Do you happen to have a link for the press conference?
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    STEADFAST Well-Known Member

    Press conference: Noah's mother has been arrested, charges are pending. The police believe now that Noah is dead.

    STEADFAST Well-Known Member

  18. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Article with the presser info.

    Hampton Police arrest mother of missing 2-year-old; charges pending

    The mother of the 2-year-old Noah Tomlin, who was reported missing earlier this week, was arrested on Friday, police say.

    During a press conference late Friday night, Hampton Police Chief Terry Sult said 34-year-old Julia Tomlin is in their custody and charges are pending.

    Sult did not say what those charges were, but he did say they believe the boy is dead.

    The search for the boy’s body will continue and Sult says they are moving to a 24-hour operation.

  19. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    I'm sure more charges are coming...

    Virginia Mother charged with child neglect after her 2-year-old son went missing

    The mother of Noah Tomlin, a two-year-old Hampton boy who went missing on Monday morning, has been arrested in connection to the toddler’s disappearance, Hampton police say.

    Julia Leanna Tomlin, 34, is charged with three counts of felony child neglect, according to a Hampton police press release.

    Noah Tomlin is assumed dead by the police.

    The investigation is ongoing.


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