KS KS - Lucas Hernandez, 5, Wichita, 17 Feb 2018 #11 *Arrest*

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    http://www.kwch.com/content/news/Wichita-police-investigating-missing-child-case--474396903.html

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    WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH)*Wichita police are investigating a missing child case in the 600 block of South Edgemoor.

    Sedgwick County dispatchers confirmed to Eyewitness News that police are on scene looking into the disappearance of a 5-year-old child last seen around 3 pm on Saturday near Edgemoor between Lincoln & Kellogg.

    Police say Lucas is Hispanic/white, four-feet tall, brown hair, brown eyes, and long lashes.

    The boy was last seen wearing black sweats with a grey shirt that had a bear on it, white socks, and light blue Pull-up.

    Anyone who has seen Lucas is asked to call police

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    Lucas Hernandez missing: FBI joins search for Kansas boy, 5

    Authorities searching for a missing 5-year-old Kansas boy have scoured a nature park and set up a tip hotline.

    The Wichita Eagle reports that police said they received a call at about 6:15 p.m. Saturday to report Lucas Hernandez was lost in southeast Wichita. When officers arrived, Lucas' 26-year-old stepmother said he was last seen at about 3 p.m. Saturday in his bedroom before she showered and fell asleep.

    Officers and dogs have searched his home, neighborhood and the 216-acre Chisholm Creek Park. Officer Charley Davidson said Sunday that police have found no evidence that suggests Lucas was abducted, which is why no Amber Alert has been issued.

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/lucas-hernandez-missing-fbi-joins-search-for-kansas-boy-5/
     
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    Family concerned about Wichita boy's welfare before he went missing

    WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) -
    As the search continues for 5-year-old Lucas Hernandez, the boy's family returned to their home late Monday along with the FBI. Relatives watching from afar say it's not the first time an investigator was called there.

    Wichita police say the boy's stepmother last saw Lucas at around 3 p.m. Saturday. She then took a shower and fell asleep, and officers were notified around 6:15 p.m. that the boy was missing.

    Sally Rasmussen is Lucas' great aunt, who spoke with KAKE News from her home in New Mexico. She says was sent a photo of Lucas last year and saw multiple bruises on his face and neck. She called police.

    "All these stories I'd been hearing for months about him possibly being abused," she said.

    http://www.kake.com/story/37541152/...utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter_KAKEnews
     
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    MISSING BOY UPDATE: Stepmom of missing boy has been booked into the Sedgwick County Jail. @KSNNews reporters @ChrisArnoldKSN and @JohnAsebesKSN will be live at the 3:30 press conference with @WichitaPolice for more.
     
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    This is a friendly reminder that only official news pages on FB may be linked to or discussed as well as the suspect/POI's social media, which in this case is EG. However, please make sure you are linking the correct EG's social media as I assume there is more than one person in the world with her name.

    You may link to and discuss EG's social media, but no one else's at this point and definitely not any "groups" on FB.

    Thank you!
     
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    Please continue the discussion here.
     
  12. MsGazette

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    Back to the “dogs”. I think (IMO) and experts can weigh in on this, they would not be solely relying on what EG gives them for the dogs. I hope and would like to put my faith in LE that they went above and beyond with Lucas’ items for their search. Hoping & praying that he is found this week. I wish I was there to help!


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    I can't believe we are on thread number 11 already!

    Lucas, we'll find you, buddy.
     
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    Yes, she told them he had no shoes or coat on because they were still in the house, so at minimum the could have used those things that he was known to wear.
     
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    ScarlettLin Tomorrow is another day...

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    A little about El Dorado Lake State Park
    It is monitored and patrolled by the Ks wildlife Parks and Tourism Park Rangers. They take this job VERY seriously. The park gets its highest numbers of visitors between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
    You have to pay to enter the park, either obtaining a day pass at the gate or purchasing a year pass when you renew your vehicle tags. The gates are manned most of the time. When one of the gates isn’t manned, they either close the gate temporarily or they have a lockbox and passes located in the information booth to the side of the gate. If you don’t pay or get a pass, the park rangers will firmly escort you back to pay or they will firmly escort you out of the park. They patrol for traffic violations on road and off road, and in the water for boating violations. They check for proper payment and displaying of campsite authorizations too. They check for underage drinking. They will even tell people having happy fun sparky time in the park -as someone put it earlier- to find a tent or a room. They also will deter and cite people for defacing things in the park or teasing bothering wildlife. They check for fishing licenses too. I have seen many of these firsthand and heard many tales of others. In the summer we go every other week for 3-4 days and camp. They as I said above take their jobs very seriously.


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    Where is the kids fishing pond? What is it called?


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    ScarlettLin Tomorrow is another day...

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    Honestly I will have to look. I don’t know that it has a name or if it does we’ve not used it. There’s several swimming beaches too. I know most of the turnouts to all the spots along the lake have little signs with names but I’ve never paid much attention to them. We tend to stay in one of two campground loops- and just refer to it as bluff 1 or bluff 2.


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  18. FindLucasAllen

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    Re: having to get a pass. There aren’t any gates anymore that keep you from driving around the lake. You can just drive right past the little ticket buildings and they aren’t always manned during this time of year (you have to find a camp host). We drive around out there frequently and only buy a pass when we actually camp. We’ve never been stopped by a ranger. In fact, my mom and I have been out there searching and have yet to even see a ranger.
     
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    Been reading and catching up. Even though that ticket was a long time ago it does show that she was familiar with the El Dorado State Park.

    I think the Bluestem Gate area is probably right where the entrance to El Dorado State Park is off of 177.

    I bet there is an actual Gate there or was at one time. Maybe when they used to close for the season or something they could close the gate.

    I suspect she may have camped there before at the State Park and that place has shower facilities and she may have stayed long term at one point or another. If she had stayed there before then she may have a special attachment to that place.

    This is scary to think about but some of the facilities there sound like there could be wooden outhouses there which could have those septic type outhouses. I am not sure what some of these terms mean.

    If I went searching there I would be sure to bring a good flashlight because there may be outhouses or other dark holes to look down
    into.

    I know its hard to think about this but these are the terms from the link that struck me as possible places to look. Not sure what a
    "sewer dump" or a "Vault Toilet" means unless it means outhouse type.

    Dump Station West Sewer Dump

    Goose Cove Boat Ramp Toilet
    -Wood Vault Toilet

    Goose Cove Vault Toilet W.
    -Wood Vault Toilet

    East Side Group Camp Vault Toilet

    Quail Run Vault Toilet

    Sunflower Meadow Waterborne Toilet

    Concrete prefab type toilet.

    Big Pine Shower House

    http://ksoutdoors.com/State-Parks/Locations/El-Dorado/Areas/Bluestem-Point
     
  20. perfectingpink

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    A few years ago, we went in on the east side of the lake where there are no gates or booths, is it still like that?
     
  21. ScarlettLin

    ScarlettLin Tomorrow is another day...

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    Oh my that’s so surprising- seriously - I have gone out there just to pick up my kids, in and out of the park and gotten stopped and checked for a pass!


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