Discussion in 'Missing Persons Discussion' started by kshultz06082, Dec 3, 2019.
there is someone in custody?
Who was taken into custody?
From the presser
Told that a relative was taken into custody within the last 24 hours in New Haven? - "We have no information on that"
there is someone in custody?
I thought that meant they didn't know anything about that?
they aren't confirming or denying
Yes I’ve seen this many times it’s too soon to announce anything IMO but his answer speaks volumes
That's what I took too from the tone/facial expression when he said that.
Thanks for everyone posting updates. I’m following at work on my phone which is less than ideal, so I appreciate y’all! I think there is a lot going unsaid but for a reason.
I need to rewatch his face. I took it that he had no idea what they were talking about, but he could easily have been deflecting.
IMO Lieutenant Lynch sounds like they know who did this and maybe even why but can't locate baby V. Praying there's a chance she's alive and being cared for right now!
I think the baby may be safe - imo - and may have been the ultimate goal- I’m not giving any passes yet to anyone - including all the family except those calling for the welfare check
I thought it was interesting in the PC when the reporter confusingly asked if the mother was the only victim, clearly inferring was there evidence of Venessa being injured or something, and it took Lieutenant a minute of looking confused and he said something like "Oh, yeah, yeah, I know what you're asking" once he finally got it and then said he couldn't answer that... As in they wouldn't say if there was evidence of Venessa being injured or something.
Also, the reporter who said they heard the identification was taking so long because she was beaten so badly she was unidentifiable and then Lieutenant's response... It gave me chills and made me so nervous for Venessa.
Totally agreed. It didn't seem like he knew what they were talking about when they were asking the question but maybe I'm just naive.
Someone can be taken into custody on unrelated charges. If I am suspected of a crime, and I have outstanding active warrants, I could totally see where LE would scoop me up on the warrants, so that I was accessible to them if/when they were able to charge me with the new crime. It’s possible that ‘in custody’ in this case isn’t on charges related to the case.
Yes exactly - we have that situation with Nicole Montalvo - he was in custody for probation violation and then murder and now it’s just the violation - I’m speculating of course in this case but I don’t believe in coincidence when murder and a missing baby are involved - but that's just me
Oh my. Yes, there are. Might answer some questions.
Wait wait they’re gone? There are some other interesting comments perhaps different though. Now I’m curious.
Do you suppose the killer was paid? I cannot figure out why someone would attack a mother beyond recognition then take off with the child. Was anything missing from the house, or do we know?