LA LA-Dellicia Honore, 42, & Solici Honore, 6 mos., New Orleans,8 August 2019.

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    NOPD looking for missing mother and daughter

    The New Orleans Police Department is attempting to locate an adult female and her infant child.

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    Dellicia Honore (DOB: 9/28/1976) left her mother's residence in the 6200 block of Kuebel Drive in New Orleans on August 8, 2019 at about 10 a.m. and has not been seen or heard from since that time.

    Honore is said to have her six-month-old daughter, Solici Honore, with her.

    They could possibly be traveling to a relative's home in Texas, according to police.

    Dellicia Honore is described as a black female about 4'11" and weighing about 105 pounds.

    Solici Honore is described as a black female about 2'0" tall and weighing about 25 pounds.

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    Stranded American’s parents praise local Child Protection Agency for taking away baby

    The article above is from 2013. BBM

    Dellicia Honore, 37, returned to the USA last Saturday after spending a week in the observation ward of the Georgetown Public Hospital, where she was committed by an order of the court, after she was found wandering in the streets of Georgetown with her four day old child.
    The CCPA had seized Dellicia’s baby, claiming that they had rescued the child from possible neglect from his mentally unstable mother.


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    Anita Honore and Francis Richardson believe that the step taken by the child protection agency was timely.
    “I’m glad that they took that step because I know she was incapable of taking care of that child…That wasn’t a good idea for her to wander around with a small infant child like that, newborn. She couldn’t take care of herself much less a baby.
    The Child Protection Agency knows how to take a child and protect it; that’s what they do and they make sure the child is taken care of well,” Anita Honore told Social Activist Mark Benschop yesterday.


    Anita Honore said that she last saw her only daughter eight years ago after the woman left New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
    By then they had already noticed some signs of her mental illness and were taking steps to treat it.

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    The young Honore had first moved to Dallas and then took off for Denver, Colorado after falsely claiming that she had friends there. That was eight years ago.
    Her parents believe that she made the decision to move away from them to avoid being pressured into maintaining the strict medical intervention that was prescribed for her mental illness.
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    There is much more info in the article plus a very interesting comment.
     
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    and this article...

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    Child Protection Agency steps in to rescue six-day-old baby

    Thirty-seven-year-old American Dellicia Sherrell Honore-Richardson is demanding that the Child Protection Agency hands over her infant child immediately.

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    Richardson is an American citizen whose infant child was taken from her by the Child Protection Agency on Tuesday night. The woman told Kaieteur News that she gave birth on October 10, last, at the New Amsterdam Hospital. She later travelled to Georgetown and was staying at a city hotel before the CPA was called in.

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    the woman entered an internet café with her baby around midday on Tuesday and requested to make a call to the United States of America to request cash from a friend.

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    the person who answered the phone said that they were in no position to send the money requested since he was just a roommate of the woman.
    This led the café attendant to become suspicious and the Welfare Department of the Human Services Ministry was contacted, since the woman appeared to be of “unsound” mind.
    The woman then took to the streets outside the Georgetown Public Hospital Tuesday night. She was followed by a crowd that included personnel from the Child Care Protection Agency, while clutching her baby.
    She was eventually led into the police outpost at the GPHC where her baby was taken from her with minimum force.

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    Head of the Child Protection Agency, Ann Greene, yesterday maintained that her department had to rescue the infant. According to Greene, the laws of Guyana stipulate that “every child” who is in the country has to be protected.
    She told Kaieteur News that her officers had offered the woman and the baby care and treatment but the woman refused. Greene said that the CPA’s focus then shifted to the infant who needed care and treatment.
     
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    Great finds!

    I was desperately searching for the first article you posted in order to read the comments but was unable to find it. Cheap gas, water boil warning, lady puts puppies in trash, something about a drug program not accepting certain people, and an article about a girl in a wheelchair and cheese grating was all I could find after a ton of scrolling at the link.
    Did I miss it somehow?
     
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    her fb
    Princess Delliccia Honore
    however she says she is from Guyana and hasn't posted in a very long while.
    I wonder where she gets the money for travelling?
    Baby could be in danger, if the articles are true.
     
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    All of the links above work for me except the one in post #2 (quoted above) with the weirdly worded title. Apparently the page was changed or something. It looks as though that's the home page which lists multiple articles. Here's a link to the article. Hopefully it works for you.

    NOPD searching for missing mother, daughter possibly heading to Texas
     
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    Some things in this 2013 article are quite concerning.

    Update 2: Govt rescues baby from broke, mentally unstable American woman
    The Director of Guyana’s Child Care and Protection Agency (CCPA), Ann Greene on Wednesday said the five-day old baby was rescued from a cash-strapped American woman in the “nick of time” or he would have died.

    “We really needed to rescue the baby. If we had left the baby with her, the baby would have died,” Greene told Demerara Waves Online News (www.demwaves.com).

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    Greene was loud in praise for the work done by the CCPA in locating the woman and her dehydrated infant from a city hotel. “The staff worked real hard in rescuing this baby.”

    The CCPA official said that given the mental condition of Honore, it was difficult to work with her. “The mother has some mental deficiencies so what needed to do is to help the mother and baby but because of her condition, she resisted all our efforts,” Greene told Demerara Waves Online News (www.demwaves.com).

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    She said the woman refused to be taken to a shelter and instead opted to stay at hotels.

    The woman was seen outside the Georgetown Hospital late Tuesday night expressing grave concern about the safety and well-being of her child.

    DemWaves was told that the woman has chalked up unpaid bills at a number of hotels since she arrived here in September. She acknowledged that she has exhausted her funds and was trying desperately to access additional cash from someone overseas.
     
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    Well, shouldn't be hard to track her down now I wouldn't think..... Even if there's no warrant granted to track her phone, she did take a photo in front of a house that should be able to be pinpointed somehow.
     

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