Still Missing CA - Noah McIntosh, 8, Corona, early March 2019 *parents arrested* *Godfrey guilty* #2

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Thursday, October 15th:
*Sentencing Hearing (@ 7:30am PT) – CA – Noah McIntosh (8) (last seen about Feb. 24, 2019, reported missing Mar. 12, 2019, Corona; not found yet) – for *Jillian Marie Godfrey (36/now 38) “mother” arrested (3/13/19), charged (3/15/19) & arraigned (4/15/19) with felony willful child cruelty (endangerment). Plead not guilty. $500K bond.
Godfrey says 3/2/19 is the last time she saw Noah. 11 yr. old daughter in CPS custody.
Court info from 3/15/19 thru 9/27/19 reference post #927 here:
Still Missing - CA - Noah McIntosh, 8, Corona, early March 2019 *parents arrested*

10/24/19 Update: Next hearing on 11/15. 11/15/19: Next hearing on 12/18. 12/19/19: Godfrey plead guilty to 2 counts of child cruelty/endangerment, plea deal has been sealed. Sentencing hearing on 4/3/20.
4/3/20 Update: Due to coronavirus sentencing hearing has been continued. Will be after April 17th per court site. Rescheduled for 6/2. 6/2/20 Update: Sentencing was rescheduled to 7/2/20. And tomorrow 7/3 is her 38th birthday!
7/2/20 Update: Sentencing might have been rescheduled to 10/15/20.
*Bryce Daniel McIntosh (32/now 34) “father” – Pretrial hearing on 10/23/20.
 

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Well - if anyone can access the actual court site - @Mica - ??

from the jail site I have this: says still in custody. And notice "Release Date: 10/15/20" - ?????

Godfrey:

Next Court Date/ Time Court Name Release Date
01/14/2021 07:30 Riverside Hall Of Justice 10/15/2020

link: Inmate Information System

The Riverside Court Portal requires a login and there are fees to do a search. I don’t have an account.
 

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Friday, October 23rd:
*Pretrial Conference Hearing (@ 9:30am PT) – CA – Noah McIntosh (8) (last seen about Feb. 24, 2019, died about Mar. 3 or 4, reported missing Mar. 12, 2019, Corona; not found yet) – for *Bryce Daniel McIntosh (32/now 34) “father” arrested (3/13/19), charged (3/15/19) & arraigned (4/8/19) with felony willful child cruelty & dependent child abuse. Charged (3/28/19) & arraigned (4/3/19) with 1st degree murder with malice & special circumstance murder of torture. Plead not guilty. No bond (was $1M bond). Eligible for DP.
Court info from 3/15/29 thru 9/6/19 reference post #961 here:
Still Missing - CA - Noah McIntosh, 8, Corona, early March 2019 *parents arrested*

12/13/19: Requested continuance of Felony Settlement conference hearing moved to 3/20/20. 3/20/20: Next hearing on 4/3.
4/3/20 Update: Due to coronavirus felony settlement hearing has been continued. Will be after April 17th per court site. Rescheduled for 5/4. 5/4/20: Hearing was continued to 6/3/20. 6/3/20 Update: Next hearing on 7/6/20. 7/6/20 Update: Next hearing on 7/31/20.
7/31/20 Update: Next hearing on 10/23/20.
*Jillian Marie Godfrey (36/now 37) “mother” – 12/19/19: Plead guilty. Next court hearing date on 1/14/21. Was released from custody on own recognizance. No info on her sentencing.
 

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As Godfrey's plea has been sealed, I think she may have accepted a plea bargain in exchange for her admission of guilt and the time she's spent in prison may be the only time she had to serve. If she was going to be sentenced, I doubt she would have been released.

As she's been released on her own recognizance, this means no bail money is paid to the court, a bond hasn't been posted and she's been released after promising in writing to appear in court for all upcoming proceedings. It's possible that part of any plea deal could include testifying against Bryce.

All the above is speculation on my part.

In Oz, some of our States have a "no body, no parole" law. I wish it was a universal law because it would give so much peace of mind to families who have to spend the rest of their lives wondering where their loved ones are.
 
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