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    CA - Keithan Panyavong, 19 mos, Escondido, 7 Dec 2006

    I didn't see this anywhere. I hope I'm not duplicating it.

    Boy, 19 months, missing from crib; search is on




    By Lisa Petrillo
    UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER
    December 11, 2006



    Keithan Panyavong
    ESCONDIDO More than 50 law enforcement personnel spent yesterday hunting for a 19-month-old boy who disappeared from his crib.


    http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/n...11missing.html

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    Officials ease up search for toddler

    Deputy says dogs pick up no scent

    By Kristina Davis and Karen Kucher
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    December 12, 2006

    ESCONDIDO Sheriff's officials scaled back the search for a 19-month-old boy yesterday after trained dogs found no scent indicating the toddler had wandered off on foot.

    http://www.signonsandiego.com/uniont...12toddler.html

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    UPDATE:
    http://www.kfmb.com/stories/story.73346.html

    Other children have been removed from home and mother is being questioned again. Father says he's pretty sure he knows where the little boy is and that he is alive.

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    More information about disappearance:
    http://www.10news.com/news/10507762/detail.html

    Picture of mother: http://i10.tinypic.com/4drj2nl.jpg

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    Oh, I'm sure if I didn't hear a peep from my sleeping 19 month old for over fourteen hours I wouldn't be too concerned, either!

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    They sure keep strange hours for a family with very young children. Not noticing he was gone until noon the next day really bothers me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by annemc2
    Oh, I'm sure if I didn't hear a peep from my sleeping 19 month old for over fourteen hours I wouldn't be too concerned, either!
    That's what blows my mind!

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    Quote Originally Posted by annemc2
    Oh, I'm sure if I didn't hear a peep from my sleeping 19 month old for over fourteen hours I wouldn't be too concerned, either!
    If my cat slept for 14 hours straight without a peep, I would check on him. And he sleeps 90% of the time.

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    I just realized we should discuss the case in a separate thread. I will start one for discussion.

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    CA - Keithan Panyavong, 19 months, Escondido, 2006

    http://www.kfmb.com/stories/story.73346.html

    Keithan Panyavong's parents have been questioned for a second time in his disappearance. Child Protective Services took his mother's two other children into protective custody on Monday.

    Meantime, Keithan's father told News 8 that he is 90 percent sure of who has little Keithan and is sure the boy is still alive.

    Investigators say no arrests have been made at this time.

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    The parents stayed up watching movies until 5 or 6 am, then slept in. They didn't notice their 19 month old was missing until their 7 year old asked where he was. It was noon by that time. They called police at 1:30 PM.

    No sign of forced entry. Dogs did not pick up his scent.

    Any thoughts on this one?


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    http://www.nctimes.com/articles/2006...3512_11_06.txt

    The case was turned over to sheriff's homicide early Monday morning, because the homicide detail handles missing persons cases. Reynard said there is no evidence to classify the case as an abduction.

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    There is a discussion here on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by annemc2
    Oh, I'm sure if I didn't hear a peep from my sleeping 19 month old for over fourteen hours I wouldn't be too concerned, either!
    Actually, I think the articles state that their daughter noticed Keithan was missing around 7 or 8 that morning (after being put to bed at 12:00), but that authorities were not notified until 1 pm. Doesn't make it any better, though...

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    My daughter is 2 and if she is not awake by 9am (which she almost always is) I get worried and check on her. Something here doesn't sound right.

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    In one of the comments about the article it says the parents have admitted to being "methheads" and that the mom was just arrested...

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