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

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  1. margarita25

    margarita25 Well-Known Member

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    I’m looking at it right now on google maps.

    It crosses Kappes St. right off 70? Via S Warman Ave.
     
  2. Choochoobella

    Choochoobella Well-Known Member

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    I see where W. McCarty is right by I-70. Is this what you're looking at?
     

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  3. MsMarple

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    Cripes, WTH is mom doing? Why did she tell msm she's the one who called in the tip to LE? I wonder if the investigators are happy about her telling the media. OTOH, maybe the more she talks the better for the case.
    Mother of missing baby said she called tip in to police
    This is getting weirder and weirder.
     
  4. haven71

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    Yeah it is.

    This seems like staging evidence...to throw LE off? JMO
     
  5. 2Hope4

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    "Robert, a long time ago, told me about 1907. That it was somewhere where he and his friends used to hang around and he drove me by here one time," said Robertson.

    So she came back there Wednesday afternoon.

    That's where she says she found items that belonged to her daughter and boyfriend, so she called 911. The call brought out IMPD and IFD's dive team to collect possible evidence.

    "They discovered some items that could be related to the case, however that is not conclusive at this time," said IMPD Sgt. Jim Gillespie.

    Mother of missing baby said she called tip in to police

    Hmmmm so Mom 'found' items?!?!
     
  6. Anirtak

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    Just happened to remember he took her there once..........Once last week? o_O
     
  7. margarita25

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    I was trying to save you lol! See my post.

    I edited all posts upstream not to waste time looking for the dumpster as it has since been determined to be unrelated.

    It does bring forward a good point though about trash pickup. And the dumpsters in the neighborhood. And what landfill trash from that address would go to.

    As for mom giving the tip today, is this a red herring? Or not?
     
  8. Choochoobella

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    I hope we're not looking for another Zanny the Nanny as in the Casey Anthony fiasco.
     
  9. Anirtak

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    It's doubtful she's intelligent enough to come up with this on her own. So who would be orchestrating it and why? IMO
     
  10. margarita25

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    Yes. In the video upstream of the area you can see the freeway above and beyond LE standing on the banks and cars going by:

    Looking for video, brb.

    ETA: here’s the video, qmfr , see around 1:30ish:



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    Hold on, what is this
    http://www.westindianapolis.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/EARLY-WEST-INDIANAPOLIS.pdf

    “A section west of Warman and north of Ray Street is known as the “Bottoms.” The section east of the viaduct on Morris Street is called the “Valley.” The section west of the same viaduct is called the “Hill.”
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    During the Depression, a community of shanties was built on the banks of White River. This community was called “Hooverville.” Tar paper shacks with dirt floors housed several families. Scrap tin and other scrap materials were used to provide shelter.
    In the early 1900’s...”
     
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  11. haven71

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    My first impression of Amber was that she was possibly cognitively delayed?

    If that’s the case, I could see if LE truly suspects the ex that they might’ve told her to think of places he’s mentioned in the past or may have significance to him...and she really might’ve remembered that story.

    But my first impression was that if baby and/or boyfriend’s items were found, maybe she planted them there? JMO.
     
  12. Choochoobella

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    Margarita,

    You are amazing! You are absolutely right. That is where the search was going on. Thank you!




    Okay, so here's something that isn't adding up. According to Amber, she remembered that Robert took her by 1907. Amber goes there today and finds items belonging to her daughter and boyfriend, she calls 911, and that is what led to today's search for evidence.

    A consensus among the neighbors today who were filming all the police, fire trucks, ambulance, etc. at the search site was that what brought everyone there was a tip about the sighting of a truck that was driving around the area this morning and was later abandoned there. The neighbors said that truck belongs to the father of Amber's children. Mods, please delete if this is inappropriate.
     
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  13. MsMarple

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    And LE said they found items along the shoreline of White River. Amber said she found Amiah's items at 1907 (whatever street/ave) which implies it's a house or at least a building, not the river's shoreline. And LE has yet to confirm the items are related to Amiah.
    Missing Amiah Developments: Police searching near White River
    Anybody remember ol' Wesley H. who "found" evidence in the search for AJ? You know, the guy who's now charged with her murder?

    I'm not saying it's the same here but my hinky meter is still spinning.
     
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  14. BOSCOE

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    ITA.
    So far we are only missing the name of babysitter and if JB ends up in Indianapolis then we know the entire circus has arrived. Just saying. o_O
     
  15. Anirtak

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    I truly feel she does have a developmental delay. Watching that first interview with no emotion, I couldn't tell whether she just didn't care or didn't understand the seriousness or ??? It was like she was completely detached from the situation. IMO
     
  16. margarita25

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    Are you sure that’s where the search was going on?
     
  17. BOSCOE

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    I can understand where you are coming from however all I saw was someone who appeared to have been on a 4 day binge with a severe addiction to drugs.
    MOO
     
  18. Choochoobella

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    The street looks the same, but where is the water? To your point from the historical document, the neighbors referred to the area being searched today as "the bottoms."
     
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  19. Anirtak

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    I don't disagree with that!
     
  20. BOSCOE

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    Just want to thank all you sleuths for posting the maps and information for search areas. Great job. It is so appreciated.
     
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