GUILTY CA - Alycia Mesiti, 14, Ceres, 14 Aug 2006

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  1. Kat

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    http://www.nampn.org/cases/mesiti_alycia.html

    Vitals at time of disappearance:

    Missing Since: August 14, 2006 from Ceres, California
    Classification: Endangered Runaway
    Date Of Birth: November 8, 1991
    Age: 14
    Height: 5'2
    Weight: 115 lbs.
    Hair Color: Brown
    Eye Color: Brown
    Race: White
    Gender: Female
    Distinguishing Characteristics: Alycia's ears are
    pierced.
    Case Number: NCMC1105344
    NCIC Number: n/a

    Details of Disappearance
    Alycia may still be in the local area

    _____________________________________

    http://www.modbee.com/featured/story/644384.html

    Friday, Mar. 27, 2009

    Aycia's parents were renters of that home. After she disappeared they moved and there were other tenants in that home. It has been vacant for a while.

    In the article above, it states that she was reported to have left home with a bag of clothes and her pet Chihuahua. It was also reported that she, left to go visit friends in the town that the family had lived in prior to Ceres, on August 11, 2006. She then contacted her parents on August 13, 2006 to say she was going camping and they never heard from her again.
     


  2. Kat

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    http://www.modbee.com/local/story/645550.html

    Mar. 28, 2009

    Story of missing girl beginning to emerge

    Very strange. Something is not right about the details that have emerged about this young girl that is missing. The article stated that LE would not be making any more comments about this case until Monday.
     
  3. Tonia

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    Ponce said Alycia's family had a one-year rental agreement that expired Dec. 31, 2006, the day they moved out. He said Alycia's father barely mentioned his daughter's disappearance.
    "He didn't say a lot about it," Ponce said. "He kind of looked upset and stressed out. He said they wanted to move back to the Bay Area."
    The homeowners said they did not know where Alycia's father and her brother moved.
    Two tenants have rented the Ceres home since then, Ponce said. The home has been vacant since the fall.
    Judy Charlton, who lives across the street, said she remembers seeing Alycia in front of the home, but she did not remember seeing the girl's parents.
    "(The residents in the neighborhood) didn't even know a girl was missing," Charlton said Friday. "I find it extremely strange that a girl was missing and we didn't see anyone, the family or police, knocking on doors looking for this girl."
    Ceres Police Chief Art de Werk said Alycia was reported as a runaway, and there was no indication of foul play.

    Extremely odd that nobody walked the neighborhood,including this child's father to ask about his daughter. I agree Kat,seems there is more to this story.

    http://www.modbee.com/local/story/645550.html

    District officials on Oct. 6, 2005, received a request for Alycia's school records from Harbor High School in Santa Cruz, saying she was attending school there. Santa Cruz City School District officials did not return phone calls Friday afternoon.
    It was unclear where Alycia was living while she attended school in Santa Cruz, but police have said she was living in Ceres when she went out of town for a weekend trip in August 2006 and never returned.
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    Dad is a suspect:
    http://www.kcra.com/news/19047022/detail.html

    (snip)
    Ceres police, with help from the Los Angeles Police Department, served a search warrant at Mark Mesiti's Los Angeles home.

    Investigators said they discovered a working methamphetamine lab in the home, so Mesiti and Welborn were taken into custody by Los Angeles authorities on drug and child endangerment charges. Welborn's 12-year-old daughter also lived at this home.

    No charges have been filed against Mark Mesiti regarding the Alycia Mesiti case, Ceres police said. However, he is considered a possible suspect.
     
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    Ok, does anyone else find this odd? I hope this lady is still alive, KWIM? Also, I wonder if LE found her little chihuahua?

    http://www.modbee.com/1618/story/647631.html

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    Police have not identified Alycia's mother, where she lived at the time of her daughter's disappearance or where she is today.
     
  8. Kat

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    RIP Alycia.
     
  9. Tonia

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    Poor baby,i just heard about this. RIP Alycia.
     
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    Discovery of Ceres' girl body only adds to mystery of case

    Ceres warrant served in LA yields meth arrest for father

    Police said a tip led them to dig in the home's back yard, but Berber on Monday declined to comment further about the tip.
    Wednesday, detectives searched the house with help from the Sacramento County Search and Rescue K-9 Team. A police dog directed the detectives to an area in the back yard. A team of investigators converged at the home, including coroner's officials and evidence technicians from the state Department of Justice, Berber said.
    Investigators found the girl's remains buried beneath the lawn just a few feet from a concrete patio, digging a pit about 6 feet by 6 feet wide, and about 4 feet deep.
    Police would not say whether there were signs of trauma on the girl's body, how long they believe the body was buried behind the home or who they believe buried the body.
    Stanislaus County district attorney's office investigators have urged Ceres police not to release further information about the case, Berber said.

    http://www.modbee.com/crime/story/648135.html

    The article also states it would take up to two months to find out the cause of death.
     
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    http://www.modbee.com/news/story/666708.html

    By Rosalio Ahumada

    Wednesday, Apr. 15, 2009

     
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    I am interested in what ya'll think about this case. Alycia's father has been named a POI in her murder. He is in jail now for having a meth lab in his apartment. There is someone on another board who seems to be defending the father, but I personally believe he/she is attempting to pin this on someone else....who knows why???

    Her WS link is here:

    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?t=82095
     
  14. SewingDeb

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    I'm surprised he hasn't been arrested for her murder yet. Have they ever announced the cause of death?

    Why would someone outside the home murder Alycia and bury her in her own backyard?
     
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    http://www.mercurynews.com/breakingnews/ci_12363628

    Updated: 05/14/2009 08:59:55 AM PDT

    Tragic Santa Clara County custody case: Dad suspected in girl's death


    This article gives insight to the life that Alycia and her brother had to live. Poor babies :(
     
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    Also from link above:

     
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    So where is the brother now? Is he with his mom? It appears LE got lucky with this. They let it set for 4 years - long enough for this man to go out and hook up with another woman with a teenage daughter. I hope she is okay.

    Prayers for Alycia.

    Salem
     
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    From what I was able to determine Salem, her brother is now 19 ( IIRC, he is her older brother by about two years)and serving in the United States Military.
     
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    I just read about this one in yesterday's paper. What a tragedy the dad was EVER given custody. He was clearly far more unfit than the mother. Couldn't they have given custody to extended family or foster care? Then poor Alycia would still be alive. The guy had a history of domestic abuse and drug abuse!:doh::doh::doh::behindbar:furious:
     
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    http://www.mercurynews.com/valley/ci_12556022

    The short, tragic life of Alycia Augusta Mesiti-Allen ended at the hands of her father, prosecutors say.

    Mark Edward Mesiti was charged last week with killing and molesting the 14-year-old girl in Ceres, a town outside Modesto, less than a year after a Santa Clara County judge put her in Mesiti's custody.

    Another innocent child let down by the state. This *** should NEVER have had custody of Alycia and her brother.
     

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