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    WV - Hevin Jenkins, 2, Cabell County, 15 December 2005

    2-year old Missing in Putnam County
    Posted 12/26/2005 01:35 PM

    Aunt left child unattended in car, toddler missing

    West Virginia State Police are searching for a missing child in Putnam County. Reports came in around 8:45 a.m. Monday that a woman walked into the BP gas station on Teays Valley Road in Hurricane. She had apparently left her 2-year-old nephew in the car, which was still running. When the woman, who is the child's aunt, came out of the convenience store, the car and the child were gone.


    A short time later, police found the empty, black Chevy Cavalier in a parking lot, two doors down from the BP. The toddler was no where to be found.

    State police are not releasing names at this time. The toddler is described as a 2-year-old, white male, with brown hair, and a buzz cut. State police say the little boy is autistic and is non-verbal. He is said to be from the Logan area.


    More: http://www.wowktv.com/story.cfm?func...y&storyid=7605
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    WHAT!!! They won't issue an Amber Alert??? The kid is taken with the car by an unknown person, and that's not criteria to issue an alert? What are they waiting for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SadieMae
    WHAT!!! They won't issue an Amber Alert??? The kid is taken with the car by an unknown person, and that's not criteria to issue an alert? What are they waiting for?
    The criteria is that they have to be able to publish information on who to look for, like a specific vehicle or license plate.

    Since the stolen car has been located, they have no idea of who the adults are, so you don't know who to look for.

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    This doesn't sound right to me.

    The typical story, is that someone steals a car and drops a child off unharmed somewhere. To steal a car, leave it two doors down and then take a disabled child . . . is an extremely rare scenario, I think.

    I hope they're investigating the aunt who has custody to find out if for sure this is what happened.

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    Here's an update. The aunt, and her boyfriend, are being questioned on the details.

    It's hard to believe this story is as they are telling it.

    http://sundaygazettemail.com/section/News/2005122614

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    Quote Originally Posted by KatherineQ
    Here's an update. The aunt, and her boyfriend, are being questioned on the details.

    It's hard to believe this story is as they are telling it.

    http://sundaygazettemail.com/section/News/2005122614
    Mills said Jenkins had been in his parentsí legal custody and apparently was just spending time with his aunt.
    Usually, if a car is stolen at a gas station they will find the child somewhere and the car gone. It is very unusual for the child to be gone and the car located.
    Two possibilities: the aunt and her boyfriend did something and are trying to cover it up...... or a sex offender saw an unattended child and decided to take advantage of it. Thus the car wasn't the attraction, the child was.

    It is certainly interesting that she left the nephew in the car and took her own child into the station with her. Not judging, as I can think of a couple of situations where that might be expedient. I wonder how old her child is.
    Just when I think that I have seen the most depraved things a human can do to another human, somebody posts a new story...........

    Why is it that when a custodial parent fails to provide for a child it is called neglect and is a criminal matter. But when a non custodial parent fails to provide it is called failure to support and is a civil matter?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mysteriew
    Usually, if a car is stolen at a gas station they will find the child somewhere and the car gone. It is very unusual for the child to be gone and the car located.
    Two possibilities: the aunt and her boyfriend did something and are trying to cover it up...... or a sex offender saw an unattended child and decided to take advantage of it. Thus the car wasn't the attraction, the child was.

    It is certainly interesting that she left the nephew in the car and took her own child into the station with her. Not judging, as I can think of a couple of situations where that might be expedient. I wonder how old her child is.
    I wondered that too, how old her child is. Hopefully the child is old enough to either corroborate or disavow the aunt's story, and the investigation can continue on whatever track is correct.

    It's hard to imagine a situation where someone would grab a car, and drive a very short distance and abandon the transportation. If they wanted the child (which I've never heard of in carjacking, but okay) what would they do with the child after they drove that little bit? How would they kidnap the child - by carrying the child off? Or what?

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    this reminds me of a story about a father who said his car was stolen and his sick son was in it, and the car was found but the boy never was ... I will see if I can find the links. It does seem awfully fishy.
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    Here it is: Christian Ferguson"Christian is severely mentally challenged and may be dressed only in a diaper and wrapped in a multicolored blanket.

    He is on a special diet and requires medication twice a day or he may slip into a coma.

    He was in his parents car in St. Louis MO US at about 6:30 AM on Wed. June 11 when it was stolen. The vehicle has been recovered but Christian is still missing."

    http://codeamber.org/ferguson/


    Here's another link: http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/927434/posts

    And Another: http://www.missingkids.com/missingki...archLang=en_US
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    I wonder if they left the little one in the car in a car seat....left the car running so that he wouldn't get cold as they were only going to be a minute because he was difficult to handle? Doesn't make sense that they would take her child into the store though if that were the case....going to be a minute.

    The story sounds fishy but why would they do anything to this little one if the aunt was babysitting or spending time with him but the parents were raising him? Finding the car just a couple blocks down is really strange.

    Lots of questions here. Hope the little one is found safe and sound.


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    Very sad. Sure enough, it was a lie to cover up murdering the child.

    http://wvgazette.com/section/Breaking/000000097

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    http://www.dailymail.com/news/News/2005122719/

    Tonya Sloan and Anthony Milam, both 27 and of Salt Rock in southern Cabell County, were scheduled to be arraigned this morning in Cabell Magistrate Court.

    They were charged Monday with murder as a result of failing to get medical treatment for 31-month old Hevin Dakota Jenkins.

    Sloan is Hevin's aunt, and the austic boy had been staying with her for the past several weeks, police said.

    The State Police were preparing to drag the Ohio River today to search for Hevin's body.

    Police said they believe the boy is dead, but they would not release any details about when or how they think he died.

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    I pray that they find this little guy safe, although, it doesn't seem to be what they are leaning towards in their investigation and search. How horrible was the mother that they placed him with this nutcase?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pook
    http://www.dailymail.com/news/News/2005122719/

    Tonya Sloan and Anthony Milam, both 27 and of Salt Rock in southern Cabell County, were scheduled to be arraigned this morning in Cabell Magistrate Court.

    They were charged Monday with murder as a result of failing to get medical treatment for 31-month old Hevin Dakota Jenkins.

    Sloan is Hevin's aunt, and the austic boy had been staying with her for the past several weeks, police said.

    The State Police were preparing to drag the Ohio River today to search for Hevin's body.

    Police said they believe the boy is dead, but they would not release any details about when or how they think he died.
    What a tragedy! What a lying sack of s***! She deserves the DP!

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    I am so sorry for this child.
    I hope they find him very soon.
    Rest in Peace to my best buddy and baby, Buster ~ He crossed the Rainbow Bridge on Jan. 3, 2011. I miss you, Buster and love you with all my being.

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