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    I wonder how she died? I know kids that age do like to hide in closets and she may have piled the clothes on top of herself and fell asleep.They do this sometimes when they mess themselves.

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    I am just not feeling this to be some kind of an accidental death in the closet. Terribly sad, RIP little Ziya.
    "Funny when you're dead how people start listenin' " The Band Perry (If I Die Young). Watch out for and listen to OUR children before its too late.

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    Hard to believe accidental with an arrest so soon. Was it the Uncles bedroom closet she was found in? Article did say he retired to his room to "rest". More to this tragic story. RIP Ziya
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    so......did she disappear into the uncles bedroom with him? one of the above linked articles states that 10-12 people live in the home where she was found, but the article also went out of its way to say that the home she was found in was ALSO on brinker street as if it may not be the home she lives in???? and who is this "other ADULT babysitter" that was also there watching the kids????

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    Quote Originally Posted by nervous_nellie View Post
    so......did she disappear into the uncles bedroom with him? one of the above linked articles states that 10-12 people live in the home where she was found, but the article also went out of its way to say that the home she was found in was ALSO on brinker street as if it may not be the home she lives in???? and who is this "other ADULT babysitter" that was also there watching the kids????
    Reports are confusing right now. Hopefully more clarification as the day goes on.
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    I hope this was a terrible accident & he did not murder her!

    RIP Ziya

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    Oh my heck. Isn't the closets like the FIRST place you look?

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    I had a funny feeling last night when I first heard this breaking news report and posted the missing child here at WS that this story would not have a happy ending. Details of who was in the house - uncles, cousins, lots of kids - and who was watching them changed every 15-20 minutes as the story evolved. The little girl "disappeared", but no one sees her leave the house. Yeah, right

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    June 30, 2012 at 11:32 am
    Missing 1-year-old girl found dead in her Detroit home
    By Lauren Abdel-Razzaq
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    A 1-year-old girl who went missing Friday night from her home on Detroit's east side has been found dead, police said.

    Zyia Roch-Quelle Alyssa Turner's body was found early Saturday morning inside the house on the 18800 block of Brinker by the Southfield Police Department's Cadaver K-9 unit, according to an email from Detroit Police Sgt. Eren Stephens.

    The investigation is ongoing and individuals are being questioned by the Detroit Police Department's Homicide Investigators, Stephens wrote in the email.

    No additional information is being released at this time.

    From The Detroit News: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/2...#ixzz1zI8xramR

    One-year-old Detroit girl found dead; one person in custody

    Detroit girl went missing from home in 18000 block of Brinker Street


    Published On: Jun 29 2012 09:10:51 PM EDT Updated On: Jun 30 2012 07:52:36 AM EDT

    http://www.clickondetroit.com/news/n...z/-/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulmagent View Post
    So I just mapped the addresses from where Ziya is missing from agaist the address for where Mariha Smith went missing from and they are only about 6 miles apart.

    Which could be completely random but it does make me wonder if the families know any of the same people. I do realize that there are suspects in MS's case and I understand they are not in jail for her murder and her case remains unsolved.
    The Brinker Street house is actually only about a mile from the Mitchell Street address where Bianca Jones was visiting her bio-dad, D'Andre Lane. Brinker is a block west of Joseph Campau while Mitchell is a block east of JC. The Brinker address is several blocks south of 7 mile; the Mitchell Street house is just north of 7 mile. Same general vicinity as my childhood home in the "D"

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    :'( I was hoping with all the people in the house that someone had taken her with them and the message got mixed up in some way. Prayers for her, the family and friends.

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    Nothing new on how Ziya died?

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    SO sorry Sweet Ziya. We all let you down. You deserved so much better. Fly with the angels sweet baby girl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tresptip View Post
    I wonder how she died? I know kids that age do like to hide in closets and she may have piled the clothes on top of herself and fell asleep.They do this sometimes when they mess themselves.
    Yes, but she is not an infant. If a pile of clothes was laying (or lying?) on her and restricting her air, she would move them. This is a ridiculous story in my opinion. She is too old for a pile of clothes to kill her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katydid23 View Post
    SO sorry Sweet Ziya. We all let you down. You deserved so much better. Fly with the angels sweet baby girl.
    We???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amster View Post
    We???
    That is how I am currently feeling, with so many innocent babies being killed this week. Somehow, WE as the greater society, are letting these babies down.

    Carnel should have NEVR been allowed to be babysat by that monster, and this uncle was probably not babysitter material either. JMO
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    http://www.wxyz.com/dpp/news/region/...dmothers-house

    According to this article the uncle is in custody, but his name has not yet been released.

    Oh how I hope upon hope that this was just a very tragic accident, but I'm just not so sure about that. Fly with the angels little Ziya.

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    Here's what I think. The child died in the closet. The death was not intentional. But the child also was not in the closet by chance. The uncle put the child in the closet so that he didn't have to watch the child. Then he went to take a nap, make out with a girlfriend, smoke a joint, make a phone call, watch TV or something. When he returned, the child was dead. So he just shut the door and announced that the child was missing.

    COD could be many things. It's horrible to think about. So I'm not going there tonight. We'll know soon, though.

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    Family members are commenting on the story and have indicated that the uncle passed a lie detector test and was released. There's also a mention that a family member other than mom was caring for the girl.

    http://www.wxyz.com/dpp/news/region/...dmothers-house

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    Quote Originally Posted by katydid23 View Post
    That is how I am currently feeling, with so many innocent babies being killed this week. Somehow, WE as the greater society, are letting these babies down.

    Carnel should have NEVR been allowed to be babysat by that monster, and this uncle was probably not babysitter material either. JMO
    I completely agree about Carnel and this baby.....just not sure what we as a society are guilty of. I would take all of these kids if I could.....maybe as a society we should fight for stricter laws? Carnel should have never been returned to his mother. At the least, he and mom should have been checked up on. This little girl....I don't know what would have prevented the danger she was put in. It's just all so sad....
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    I'm usually quick to jump on the foul play bandwagon, but, I'm just not feeling it here. I hope I'm right, for the family's sake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ada View Post
    I'm usually quick to jump on the foul play bandwagon, but, I'm just not feeling it here. I hope I'm right, for the family's sake.
    There are many ways the baby could have died accidently in the closet. Trapped between boxes, or strangled by a bag handle, etc. I hate typing things like this but I guess time will tell, when more information comes out.

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    A cadaver dog led officers to the little girl’s body....

    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/07/01...est=latestnews


    .... she was discovered dead underneath a pile of clothes, some type of metal box, and other items ....

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    Elan said she found out about her granddaughter’s death from her sister in Chicago who learned the details on wxyz.com.

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    Elan believes it was a tragic accident and that somehow Ziya walked into the closet and clothes toppled over her.

    http://www.wxyz.com/dpp/news/region/...#ixzz1zOUsR1Be

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    Autopsy hopefully will provide some answers. It may not point to the person tho. I'm leaning toward foul play obv. So very sad.
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    Unless there is major breaking news, Sunday is generally a slow news day on most local TV stations. This update from WDIV indicates that the autopsy has been completed but results haven't been released. Police are still questioning family members regarding the little girl's death.

    On last night's 11:00 report, it was noted that there were sometimes 20 people living in the house on Brinker Street that is owned by Ziya's paternal grandmother. I got a good look at the house in the live video and noticed that the house is quite large and similar to those in the area that are actually duplexes - the main residence occupies the downstairs, and there is a flat upstairs (rented out as a source of income) - living room, kitchen/dining nook, one bedroom, bath - that is accessed from the rear of the home and up a flight of stairs.

    Police search for answers in Detroit girl's death

    1-year-old girl was found dead in family's home


    Published On: Jun 30 2012 11:37:42 PM EDT Updated On: Jul 01 2012 11:23:42 AM EDT

    DETROIT -
    Police are questioning several people in the death of a 1-year-old from Detroit who was found dead inside a closest of her family's home...

    http://www.clickondetroit.com/news/P...z/-/index.html

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