CA CA - Waterford, Male Newborn, in Bait Barn trash can, Dec'11

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  1. maedlamsmom

    maedlamsmom New Member

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    Mod Note: Date of Discovery - 02-Dec-2011

    Not sure if this has been posted, if it has, please let me know. I don't understand how this still happens with all the safe haven laws...

    Baby found dead in garbage can in Waterford

    http://www.news10.net/news/local/ar...garbage-can-outside-Waterford-shop?hpt=ju_bn6

    quote from above article:

    A man looking for aluminum cans in the garbage next to gas pumps found the infant wrapped up in blankets, Stanislaus County Sheriff's Sgt. Anthony Bejaran said.

    The man told police the baby appeared lifeless.
     
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    maedlamsmom New Member

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    Police have received several tips, but have not found the mother. The little one was full-term, of undetermined race. They are not releasing the gender yet.

    Toxicology reports and a full autopsy are being performed.

    From the article:

    The site, the Bait Barn at 12505 Yosemite Blvd., is at a key intersection for people traveling through the eastern part of the county or for fishing enthusiasts heading to Don Pedro Reservoir, New Melones Reservoir or Lake McClure.

    "The area is heavily traveled, though at the time of night the infant was found, traffic is thinner," Bejaran said.



    http://www.modbee.com/2011/12/02/1970953/baby-found-dead-in-garbage-can.html
     
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    http://www.modbee.com/2011/12/05/1975215/detectives-search-for-clues-into.html


    This article states that le have surveillance video and have some plates to check, although because of the angle, they cannot actually see the baby being placed in the barrel. So, if mom (or another person) walked to the scene, rather than driving, le are back to square one. I really hope that the mom comes forward so that this baby can be buried with a name and not just as a "baby Doe." I also really hope that this was not a murder, but since the baby was full-term and appeared healthy, according to reports, that is unlikely. Autopsy results should be returned within a few weeks. Why does it take so long?

    Linked article also has photos of the scene. That sad little rhino, placed there, just makes it all the more heartbreaking. This was a human life.
     
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    Cubby fly the W!

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    I'm sure they have dna on file to perhaps id him or her one day. Sadly, there are many many cases like this which go unidentified. A search of NamUs by age only for infants, results in 184 cases. A search at NamUs by age only for fetus lists 49 cases. And those are just the cases that make it into NamUs, and we no the majority don't. :(

    Sleep peacefully little one.
     
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    http://nixle.com/alert/4824680/

    Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department
    Wednesday May 9th, 2012 :: 05:21 p.m. PDT

    CommunityHomicide Detective Receives DNA Profile on Potential Mother of Deceased Baby Found in Waterford, CA

    Waterford, CA – On December 01, 2011 Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the Bait Barn located at 12505 Yosemite Blvd in Waterford, CA for an infant found in a garbage can. Fire personnel immediately responded and the infant was pronounced deceased.

    Over the last five months Detective Jon McQueary has continued to work on the investigation. As part of the investigation Detective McQueary submitted DNA evidence gathered at the crime scene in an attempt to get a match, so he could identify the deceased baby’s mother. Last week Detective McQueary received a DNA profile for a potential mother, but he does not have a name yet.

    Detective McQueary is hoping that someone will be willing to come forward and provide him information that will help to identify the mother in this investigation.

    Anyone with information about this case can contact Detective Jon McQueary at (209) 525-7099. Callers can also leave an anonymous tip by calling Crime Stoppers at (209) 521-4636. Tipsters can also e-mail tips at http://www.modestopolice.com/CrimeStoppers, or text them to CRIMES (274637) by typing "Tip704" plus the message and be eligible for a cash reward.

    For information regarding this press release please contact:
    Sgt. Anthony Bejaran
    Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department
    (209) 567-4425
    news@stanislaussheriff.com

    ** OFFICIAL MAIL FROM **
    Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department
    Media Relations Division
    250 East Hackett Road
    Modesto, CA 95358
    209-525-7114
    www.scsdonline.com
     
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    SCHMAE Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone know if they run the dna against all others in the country ? Or only if they have a 'potential match' from a mother? I wonder since all inmates are DNA'd now. Would they randomly run it against the big data base ? Perhaps they could find an uncle, aunt, sibling somewhere in the justice side of the DNA data base and work back from there .
     

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