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    Quote Originally Posted by fhc View Post
    http://forum.doityourself.com/framin...tallation.html

    In looking for info on mobile homes, found the above. Did not know the skirting is sometimes permanently installed and under a mh can be plumbing and electrical.

    Also, remember reading early on somewhere that Josh,jr. has asthma. Does anyone else remember? MHs and asthma aren't a good mix.
    I might have read he had asthma, but I know for sure I saw his grandma in a news video & she said he has asthma & takes meds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nursebeeme View Post
    would these be tracking dogs? ((blood hounds from TDCJ))

    Yes, they would, nursebeme, but those would be the cadaver dogs. The trailing/tracking dogs follow the child's scent on the ground. They're the kind you give something of the missing person's to sniff, and then they take off sniffing the scent on the ground or according to sarx, they can even follow the scent if the child was whisked away in a car, some, not all. That must be a really good dog that can do that.

    An air-scent dog, picks up the scent in the air, possibly from sluffed off skin cells floating around in the air.

    The dogs are specialists in their fields, don't cha know. LOL


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    Just how many Adults live in the home? Do we know how long any of them have lived there? Going below the house worries me........ I don't want bad news


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    http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/loc...er-1001661.php

    Police also have had to quash rumors and red herrings.

    The latest was a frantic broadcast report that searchers ripped up the mobile home floor in a search for remains. In fact, according to police, searchers merely opened the trailer's apron and crawled under the home.


    Seriously...they just now did that???


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    "We're going to be retracing some of our steps," Lt. Mike Penshorn said Monday morning. "Also, we are still interviewing a number of the people associated with the child and, of course, we're expanding that where we have quite a few people that we are bringing just to talk to find out what did happen in this case."According to Jerome Davis, Joshua's grandfather, that also includes administering polygraph tests to everyone who lives in the household.Davis made the comments as he arrived at the police station Monday morning to submit to the exam, which police often use to detect inconsistencies in statements made by witnesses or suspects in crimes.Davis said in addition to him and Joshua's parents, two other adults have been asked to submit to polygraphs. Penshorn refused to comment on this, saying he did not want to reveal too many details about the investigation.

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    Police also have had to quash rumors and red herrings.
    The latest was a frantic broadcast report that searchers ripped up the mobile home floor in a search for remains. In fact, according to police, searchers merely opened the trailer's apron and crawled under the home.
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    How horrific for this family - I hope someone is keeping an eye on mom's blood pressure, at almost term in her pregnancy - she needs to be watched.

    Please let this precious baby be found quickly, alive and well.


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    Yes, the bloodhounds were likely DOJ dogs, they would be trailing/tracking dogs and going off of other TX cases, they are prison dogs and are not trained in SAR work, but in catching escaped convicts and have likely never trained on a baby (which actually can make a difference). I just wish these depts. would understand that dogs are not created equal, nor are they trained equally. You gonna take that cute little golden retriever trained for FEMA out to apprehend a suspect? Not likely, get my drift?


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    According to this article, they did not tear open the floors.

    Police also have had to quash rumors and red herrings.
    The latest was a frantic broadcast report that searchers ripped up the mobile home floor in a search for remains. In fact, according to police, searchers merely opened the trailer's apron and crawled under the home.


    Read more: http://www.mysanantonio.com/default/...#ixzz1DJxTHWus

    ETA Whoops. FHC beat me to the exact same text.
    So did Darlin Gal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarx View Post
    Yes, the bloodhounds were likely DOJ dogs, they would be trailing/tracking dogs and going off of other TX cases, they are prison dogs and are not trained in SAR work, but in catching escaped convicts and have likely never trained on a baby (which actually can make a difference). I just wish these depts. would understand that dogs are not created equal, nor are they trained equally. You gonna take that cute little golden retriever trained for FEMA out to apprehend a suspect? Not likely, get my drift?
    On researching about MHs, there appears to be an issue with mold underneath. Would mold effect SAR dogs?


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    Quote Originally Posted by fhc View Post
    On researching about MHs, there appears to be an issue with mold underneath. Would mold effect SAR dogs?
    Like would it throw off the scent? No, not enough to disguise if he was under there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sarx View Post
    Like would it throw off the scent? No, not enough to disguise if he was under there.
    Even if the weather is still real cold there? Doesn't it slow down decomp?


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    Quote Originally Posted by darlin gal View Post
    "We're going to be retracing some of our steps," Lt. Mike Penshorn said Monday morning. "Also, we are still interviewing a number of the people associated with the child and, of course, we're expanding that where we have quite a few people that we are bringing just to talk to find out what did happen in this case."According to Jerome Davis, Joshua's grandfather, that also includes administering polygraph tests to everyone who lives in the household.Davis made the comments as he arrived at the police station Monday morning to submit to the exam, which police often use to detect inconsistencies in statements made by witnesses or suspects in crimes.Davis said in addition to him and Joshua's parents, two other adults have been asked to submit to polygraphs. Penshorn refused to comment on this, saying he did not want to reveal too many details about the investigation.

    http://www.ksat.com/news/26777491/detail.html




    Police also have had to quash rumors and red herrings.
    The latest was a frantic broadcast report that searchers ripped up the mobile home floor in a search for remains. In fact, according to police, searchers merely opened the trailer's apron and crawled under the home.
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    If it's truly just a case of a baby who wondered off then why the hush, hush? Just exactly what details of that investigation would LE not want to disclose?


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    Quote Originally Posted by watcher9 View Post
    Even if the weather is still real cold there? Doesn't it slow down decomp?


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    No, while the weather is wicked cold at night, daytime temps are not.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fhc View Post
    On researching about MHs, there appears to be an issue with mold underneath. Would mold effect SAR dogs?
    The mold would definitely affect a baby with asthma...


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    'Search and recovery' continues for missing New Braunfels toddler

    New Braunfels police are calling the search for a young boy missing in Comal County a "search and recovery effort."

    Family members say they think Josh Davis Jr. is still alive, and they're hoping for a miracle.

    "It's hard man, just hoping for the best and doing everything we can, just putting these flyers out," said Josh Davis Sr., the boy's father. "I'm about to go pick up another stack of 500 right now."

    Sabrina Benitez started their morning posting pictures of their missing son.

    The 18-month-old vanished at about 8 p.m. Friday. He was inside the family's mobile home with six other people.

    The parents think someone snatched him.

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    http://www.kens5.com/news/Search-and...115526659.html


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