IN IN - Amiah Robertson, 8 months, Indianapolis, 15 Mar 2019 #3

Discussion in 'Missing Persons Discussion' started by yrmfp, Mar 19, 2019.

  1. altojack

    altojack Well-Known Member

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    Don't be too frustrated, LE are working the case behind closed doors. They like to make sure they've got all they need and never give the public all the info they have, it could blow the case. We've just got to be patient and wait.

    I'm not a person with patience but I'm learning. LE will get the person / persons responsible. I'm still wondering if Amiah was sold to a 'mate' for money for drugs.
     
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  2. ilovechili

    ilovechili Well-Known Member

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    Yes patience is difficult but investigations need time as does the justice process when an arrest is made and even then it can be years to conviction. It has to be even so much harder on the families in most cases if we feel that way.

    I think this case though is two fold. She has not been found and laid to rest, that bothers as much as the one/or those that are responsible. What someone did is bad enough, they are worse for not advising of where she is, but it is the rare perp that comes clean for sure or does the decent thing or has remorse, that says to me it was no accident. Jmo.

    Just checking on Amiah, she was but a baby and did not deserve this.

    Still hoping and praying, although it is hard to have that in this case.
     
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  3. carbuff

    carbuff Well-Known Member

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    Clearly somebody was neglectful, but it's not at all clear yet who might be guilty. You can't just throw them all in jail, as tempting as that might be.
     
  4. Jim_M

    Jim_M Well-Known Member

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    Darn! Where's the fun in not doing that?

    Throw them all into jail, and see who sings first! IMO and I realize a silly response to this quite serious matter. Where did he/they put this innocent baby?
     
  5. Simoea

    Simoea Well-Known Member

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    Where are you, sweet baby? Please let someone be pressuring law enforcement to keep searching.

    I'm feeling pretty discouraged by the deceased/not found threads lately. Especially when someone has been charged. Just tell us where they are already! It's too late for you to spin this. Moo.
     
  6. ilovechili

    ilovechili Well-Known Member

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    Checking on Amiah. Nothing new I see. Big sigh...
     
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  7. altojack

    altojack Well-Known Member

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    Anyone know what happened about the Fraud charges RL was arrested for. I know they had nothing to do with this case, just thinking.
     
  8. carbuff

    carbuff Well-Known Member

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    I'd certainly like to do it...maybe just put them all in a room together and see how long it takes them to come to blows. Or something.
     
  9. MsMarple

    MsMarple Well-Known Member

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    The case is listed as pending.

    Party Search
    First: robert
    Last: lyons
    DOB: 10/16/1998
    1 Result
    State of Indiana v. ROBERT LYONS
    49G15-1904-F6-014946
    Court
    Marion Superior Court, Criminal Division 15
    Case Type
    F6 - Felony 6
    Filed
    04/18/2019
    Status
    04/18/2019, Pending
    Charges
    35-43-5-2(d)(4)/F6:Forgery Def, w/intent to defraud, makes/utters written instrument purportedly mad, 35-43-4-2(a)/MA: Theft
    Parties
    State of Indiana, LYONS
    Attorneys
    Curry, Cicchini
    Case Search - MyCase
     
  10. MsMarple

    MsMarple Well-Known Member

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    Oh, and adding a little info on the charge:

    According to court documents, Lyons cashed two checks, one in February for $125 and one in March for $350, at a PLS Check Cashing, 444 E. Sumner Ave., both drawn from the account of [redacted by me - CW III]. The check cashed in March was returning to PLS as fraudulent, leading the manager of the business to contact police.

    Both checks had a phone number handwritten on them, which police determined belonged to a friend of Lyons who "was also involved in the missing baby case." When police watched surveillance video from the business, a detective positively identified Lyons as the person cashing both checks, court documents say.

    When police spoke to [CW], he said he did not know anything about two of his checks being cashed and that the two fraudulent checks were from an old book of checks that his bank should have canceled "a long time ago." He said he no longer used checks and only kept one checkbook in his bedroom as reference to his account and routing numbers, court documents say.
    Father of Missing Baby Amiah Robertson Arrested for Forgery
    More at the link.
     
  11. altojack

    altojack Well-Known Member

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    @MsMarple, thank you for the info and the link. So the two cheques had phone numbers written on the backs belonging to a woman who is also involved in the missing Amiah case.

    My heart has just dropped, I'm hoping this woman is someone we don't know about.
     
  12. Spicynoodle

    Spicynoodle Active Member

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    The number belonged to the woman rl supposed to drop Amiah off with the night she went missing.

    Suspect in disappearance of 8-month-old makes court appearance
     
  13. ilovechili

    ilovechili Well-Known Member

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    It just makes for a reminder of the actions of a strange cast of characters here, at least where a few of them are concerned. It also makes one wonder about the relationships between some/all.

    Imo anyhow.

    It is getting hard to believe Amiah is going to get justice or a proper burial, I don't know that anyone involved feels guilt or shame over that but total strangers think it is very sad.

    Is there even a further hearing scheduled in the fraud case? I did not notice one but maybe I missed it.

    All jmo.
     
  14. Anirtak

    Anirtak Well-Known Member

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    Pretrial conference scheduled for 5/30/19. I didn't see a specified time.
     
  15. mahoolin

    mahoolin Well-Known Member

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    Ok, if one creep in Utah can give up the location of a missing child, it's time for some fessing up in Indiana. :mad:

    Time to man-up, do the right thing and bring Amiah home.

    MHOO JMHO
     
  16. ilovechili

    ilovechili Well-Known Member

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    Thank you Anirtak. I appreciate it.
     
  17. Anirtak

    Anirtak Well-Known Member

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    Pretrial Conference today at 9:00 am. I won't be on to check until late this afternoon. I'm working a 12 hour night shift tonight.
    You can check for RL updates at Case Search - MyCase

    05/30/2019
    Pretrial Conference
    Session:
    05/30/2019 9:00 AM, Judicial Officer: Marchal, Helen W.
     
  18. MsMarple

    MsMarple Well-Known Member

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    Nothing in msm yet but he did appear today and has two Pretrial Conferences scheduled in June and July with a Review Hearing in August.

    05/30/2019
    Appearance Filed
    Appearance
    For Party:

    LYONS, ROBERT
    File Stamp:
    05/30/2019
    06/27/2019
    Pretrial Conference
    Session:
    06/27/2019 9:00 AM, Judicial Officer: Marchal, Helen W.

    Pretrial Conference
    Session:
    07/18/2019 9:00 AM, Judicial Officer: Marchal, Helen W.

    Review Hearing
    Session:
    08/15/2019 9:00 AM, Judicial Officer: Marchal, Helen W.
     
  19. ilovechili

    ilovechili Well-Known Member

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    Thinking about Amiah and checking in.

    Shame on anyone involved who could see to it this baby is found and laid to rest as she deserves but refuses to do so or even to tell what they know.

    It says a lot about those involved, none of it good. Their just desserts will be served one day and I doubt they will find them very sweet.

    The only thing sweet here was this beautiful child.

    A bit of a vent on behalf of this child.

    Jmo.
     
  20. altojack

    altojack Well-Known Member

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    Sweet baby Amiah is on my mind every single day. I look at her pictures and just can't fathom how on this earth someone can snuff out the lives of innocent babies and children.

    Nothing in the media but I pray LE are still working behind the scenes.
     

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