- Jan 10, 2011
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I believe you're correct. Remember this interview with NG (ex bf) back in November 2018:
He says he was having problems with his truck the day Rondreiz went missing. Gilbert says he went home, told Rondreiz’s mother, then left and went to Homer to try to check on his brother.
Gilbert says that when he came home, he asked Rondreiz’s mother where the child was and she told him he was over at his aunt’s house.
“We was calling her and calling her and she never answered the phone,” Gilbert recalls. “So my Aunt JoAnn was at the doctor. So I drove all the way to this doctor to where my Aunt JoAnn was supposed to be. She wasn’t there.
“I can’t really sleep. This is bothering me. This is bothering me so bad because I took two people out here on my grandma’s property, and somebody came out here and took one of them off my grandma’s property.”
Ex-partner of Rondreiz Phillips’ mother recalls day the child disappeared
And another case of complaining that LE didn't do enough. NG says they didn't have any boats in the water searching. LE actually drained all the area ponds. He complained about being mistreated on social media.
At the time of the interview he was homeless. I understand the mother moving out but why him? Anyway, they both seem to have moved on...
This version of the story is very different from the original story we were given.
4-year-old goes missing; search underway in woods in Claiborne
Original story was that at about 11:30 am, stepdad was outside working on his truck. Rondreiz was outside in the yard too. At some point he went missing, and stepdad said he thought someone must have taken him...
Mom was in the mobile home. She called 911 and reported him missing at 12:30.
There was NO mention of him being at his great Aunt's house or anything like that. The story was that the boy went missing while stepdad was working on his car.
So how did that evolve into stepdad coming home and asking mom 'where is Rondreiz?'
Or him driving all over town looking for him first, before reporting him missing?