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    AZ - Conrad, 47, & Max Hernandez, 7, Chandler, 7 May 2010

    Chandler PD seek help to find missing man and 7-year-old son
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    Chandler police are asking for help to find a missing father and his 7-year-old son.

    Chandler Police Detective David Ramer said 47-year-old Conrad Hernandez was to take his son, Max Hernandez, to school on Friday.

    Conrad apparently called the school to say that Max was ill and the two has not been seen since.

    Conrad last spoke with family members on Friday at 8:30 a.m.

    Ramer said Conrad suffers from depression and Max has autism.

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    Ramer said both are considered missing, endangered persons.

    http://www.abc15.com/content/news/so...r_6524-qg.cspx

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    CHANDLER, AZ Chandler police said a missing father and his 7-year-old son were found dead on Sunday evening.

    Chandler Police Detective David Ramer said 47-year-old Conrad Hernandez and his son, Max Hernandez, were located by a DPS helicopter 1 mile south of Sunset Point around 5:30 p.m.


    Ramer said both were ejected from their vehicle in that area, but it is unknown when the car crash occurred.

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    "The vehicle was off the road into a ravine," said Detective David Ramer, a spokesman for Chandler police.
    Arizona Department of Public Safety officials have suspended investigation of the area until Monday morning due to dangerous terrain.
    "The terrain is very treacherous. It (the car) is at the bottom of a drop-off and down some distance. It's dangerous to try to work tonight," said Sgt. Kevin Wood, spokesman for DPS.
    Authorities said no other vehicles were involved.
    The cause of the wreck was not known, said Ramer.
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    RIP little Max.




    I hope and pray it was an accident.
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    Rest in peace.

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    Rest in peace, Max.

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    Max was autistic and according to his mother, the dad was suicidal.

    http://www.kpho.com/news/23502001/detail.html

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    Rest in peace Max and Conrad.

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    Bodies of missing Chandler man, boy found at bottom of ravine off I-17
    Updated today at 7:22 AM

    The mother, Maile Hernandez, became concerned when Hernandez, who reportedly suffered from depression, failed to show up for a scheduled meeting to discuss some financial issues. According to friends of Hernandez, he had even mentioned suicide.

    After making some phone calls, Maile Hernandez learned Max wasn't at school. That's when she knew something was terribly wrong.

    "I think he is in danger," Maile Hernandez said Sunday, just hours before her husband's car was discovered. "I can't think anything else. If it's been three days and my husband has told people he's suicidal and then disappeared, I can think of no other way to put it than he's in danger."

    DPS Sgt. Kevin Wood said it will take quite some time to recover the vehicle and the bodies, which will be flown back down to Phoenix.

    Wood said it's way too early to tell if the car was deliberately driven off the cliff or if it was an accident.

    http://www.azfamily.com/news/Bodies-...-93272004.html
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    Search Comes to a Tragic End for Father and Autistic Son
    Updated: Monday, 10 May 2010, 9:15 AM MDT

    "I guess he said that he was not going to bring Max in and keep Max home because he was acting punky and that's what he said..and Max loves Fridays because its music..and he loves music therapy time so we found it odd that he wasn't going to come for that." said Maria Cavagnaro, a teaching assistant at Max's school.

    http://www.myfoxphoenix.com/dpp/news...point_05102010


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    What a tragic loss.

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    This is incredibly sad. Rest in peace, Max.
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    Wow, how sad...it is a shame that Max was not kept safe away from Dad until Dad's mental state either improved or could be verified, if this was not an accident...but it seems such a terrible way to do it, what if they were both just horribly injured instead of killed and then stranded down there...unless poor Max was dead before the car went over? I wonder if they will be able to tell...
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    Hours before his wife would call police to report her husband and son missing, Chandler lawyer Conrad Hernandez told a Yavapai County dispatcher Friday he had run off Interstate 17 in the mountains north of Phoenix. He said during the 911 call that he was severely injured, according to a Chandler police report. He told the dispatcher he couldn't move and was stranded with his 7-year-old son, Max, outside his wrecked Mazda 3, five miles south of the Sunset Point Rest Area.
    But help did not come until Sunday afternoon.
    On Friday, Chandler Officer Michael Sippitka was investigating the disappearance of the father and son when he heard about the 911 call. He alerted the state Department of Public Safety and asked it to dispatch a helicopter to search for Hernandez. The agency initially said it couldn't because its Flagstaff helicopters were out of service, but later sent a helicopter out of Kingman, Sippitka's report said.
    At 4:55 p.m. Sunday, the lifeless bodies of Hernandez and his son were found outside their vehicle at the bottom of a 200-foot ravine near Black Canyon City. The police report said the vehicle had flipped over several times, throwing both of them from the car.
    DPS officials declined to comment on the account in the Chandler police report, saying only that the two bodies had been removed from the ravine and taken to the Yavapai County medical examiner. The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office confirmed that it received the 911 call Friday afternoon, but referred other questions to DPS.
    Chandler police also said they verified the 911 call through Hernandez's cellphone records. Several people called Hernandez after the crash, but, based on the cellphone records, it wasn't clear if he answered any of the calls or if his voicemail picked them up.
    DPS also declined Monday to answer other questions about the case. It's not clear whether the agency had attempted to locate the red Mazda 3 on Friday, and it is also unclear when Hernandez and his son died.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darlin gal View Post
    Hours before his wife would call police to report her husband and son missing, Chandler lawyer Conrad Hernandez told a Yavapai County dispatcher Friday he had run off Interstate 17 in the mountains north of Phoenix. He said during the 911 call that he was severely injured, according to a Chandler police report. He told the dispatcher he couldn't move and was stranded with his 7-year-old son, Max, outside his wrecked Mazda 3, five miles south of the Sunset Point Rest Area.
    Three things:

    This sounds to me like suicide remorse and/or suicide gone wrong.

    Why was help not sent immediately when the 911 call was received? Why was the 911 operator not on the line until help arrived?

    I hope that Max did not suffer.

    RIP Max and Conrad
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