Found Deceased NC - Mariah Woods, 3, Onslow County, 27 Nov 2017 #7 *Arrest*

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  1. scaredtopost

    scaredtopost Well-Known Member

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  2. Coldpizza

    Coldpizza WS Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    Man accused of moving the body of 3-year-old Mariah Woods held on $1 million bail
    By M.L. NESTEL
    Dec 4, 2017

    Earl Kimrey, the man charged with withholding information from North Carolina investigators who were searching for 3-year-old Mariah Woods, appeared before a North Carolina judge on Monday. Mariah was found dead over the weekend in a creek after an extensive search that included FBI officials.

    Kimrey, the 32-year-old live-in boyfriend of Mariah's mother, Kristy Woods, answered all of the judge's questions and was held in the Onslow County Detention Center on $1 million bail. His next court appearance is Dec. 18.

    Documents: Missing toddler sexually abused

    The document lists several acts of abuse, including accusing Adolphus Earl Kimrey of hitting the boys with a belt and one of them in the face, causing a nosebleed, and sexual abuse against 3-year-old Mariah.

    One of the brothers said Kristy Woods, the children’s mother, knew of the sexual abuse and that she allegedly “failed to protect the juveniles from exposure to sexual abuse,” according to the document.

    YouTube Video

    As per Tricia the mother is no longer considered a victim and we are allowing discussion of the YouTube video. "The tooth paste is out of the tube" so to speak.

    That being said, NO name calling or descriptive posts wishing her the torture chamber or along those lines. Websleuths does not roll like that. PERIOD.

    Thank you in advance for your cooperation on this.
     
  3. Tricia

    Tricia Owner Websleuths.com Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    Dear Websleuths Members,

    HLN's Ashleigh Banfield somehow received an actual CPS report about Mariah's family.

    According to the official report, Mariah's brother said the boyfriend did sexually abuse her, and saw it happen.

    The boys also told CPS that the boyfriend, Earl Kimery, beat them.

    According to the report, the boys say their mom knew.

    While Mariah's mother Kristy Woods, has not been charged she is no longer considered an innocent victim in this case.

    PLEASE DO NOT START CALLING ANYONE NAMES OR DESCRIBING HOW YOU WANT THEM TO DIE. IF YOU DO YOU WILL BE TIMED OUT. NO MORE WARNINGS.

    As emotional as this case is we need to keep the case discussion going. When you post your description of what you want to happen to a perp, or you start calling people names, you bring the case discussion to a halt.

    While I agree with everyone's sentiment it has no place in this discussion.

    Otherwise, you can discuss Kristy Wood. You can sleuth her background. You can use what is in the report as reported by Ashleigh Banfield but please be sure you stick to the parts of the report that are actually from the CPS report. Banfield tends to add her opinion and make it sound like fact.

    Please do not make more work for our already overworked mods. Remember the rules

    Thank you,

    Tricia
     
  4. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    Wow. No in most states the parents are given the full reports. They are parties to the case so it would be a due process violation not to release the claims and allegations concerning their family, to them. I'm not sure how NJ gets around that.

    I don't think this is about his anger. I think it's about his fear.

    They can take their time. The kids are safe for now.

    Well, I'm not so sure about that. The girlfriend of dad stated they suspected sexual abuse previously but no one would listen and the kids were returned to mom.

    I have zero doubt that the way things went down is LE interviewed the kids and THEN called CPS due to what they stated. So CPS took emergency custody.
     
  5. Tortoise

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    Has it been said where EK was when he was arrested?
     
  6. JaneEyre

    JaneEyre Well-Known Member

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    What I get from her post is that the listing to find dressers meant they had a need for two a couple of weeks before. Then EK found an opportunity to steal a couple instead of finding some to buy.

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  7. madhatterisbackagain

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    There is so much to sift through in this case that it is hard to stay current with what the situation truthfully is at this point.

    This is what I know: So far the only person charged in Mariah's disappearance and death is EK and he is only being charged with concealing and disposing her body.

    Websleuths is allowing posts regarding to released cps documents which state there was indeed absuse in the home of KH and EK. Since websleuths is allowing discussion about this is it safe to assume that these documents are the real deal.

    Do ya'll think that they will seal the autopsy results like they did in the case of LB and AW?

    TIA
     
  8. margarita25

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    (This is very, very o/t, but wanted to share with you guys since we are of like minds as far as our passion for these victims and interest in these cases here goes.

    Last night I was watching an old episode of Forensic Files and the case featured was about a 11 year old boy named Christopher Wood. He was murdered by his biological father for the $80,000 life insurance. They were able to nail the father because they found small spots of Christopher's vomit...the grains in his breakfast cereal were analyzed under a microscope and this was important to the case, hence the name of the episode "Cereal Killing".

    My point is just an observation that we see very often cases involving the mom's boyfriend, sexual predators, etc but I thought it was a fairly unique case that the biodad murdered his own son strictly for money then put him in a trash can then dumped him on the side of the road, just as some nonparents/predators have done.

    Eta, found an old link from 1999:

    Did Boy Pay Deadly Price For Father's Debts? -- Money Mattered Most To Man Accused Of Killing Son For Insurance, Accusers Say
    http://community.seattletimes.nwsource.com/archive/?date=19990309&slug=2948477 )
     
  9. mom2tee

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    One thing I can say about grief is that there is no playbook. I have lost several close family members and numerous friends (none to murder but lots of horrible diseases, accidents, etc.). There. Is. No. Playbook. What works for some and is comforting may be horrible for someone else. Sure there are "norms" but there really isn't a right way to grieve. And that is under "normal" circumstances. Add in any of the craziness of this case and ... well ... I am just going to not judge anyone on how they handle their grief.

    That said, we are here on this thread because of one little girl. Something about this case sparked our interest, pricked our heart or lead us here to this forum. I've read some horrible personal experiences on here that feel like a kick in the gut. Hugs to you that have shared your past. I hugged my own kids a little tighter. And if this board represents a snap shot of society, there is a lot of abuse and horror out there.

    But this thread is about justice for Mariah. Period. May she rest in peace and may justice prevail.
     
  10. Yellow Rose

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    Almost makes me want to outlaw life insurance for underage children. Not sure I could get more depressed!
     
  11. Tippy Lynn

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    Good post and I agree!
     
  12. margarita25

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    I thought I just read here someone asked if they might seal the autopsy results like they did in Abby's and Libby's case....this is a great question....

    Eta: post #7
     
  13. Alethea

    Alethea Verified Attorney

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    Absolutely sick. Makes my heart hurt.
     
  14. MyBelle

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    Do we know if the girlfriend or dad actually filed a report with CPS?
     
  15. madhatterisbackagain

    madhatterisbackagain New Member

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    My husband and I have life insurance policies for all 3 of our children. Reason why: My husband's brother was killed when a drunk driver hit him. The family went through hardship to ensure a proper burial for the 11 year old boy.

    As a mom, I do everything I can to keep my children safe and sound. If something horrible were to happen atleast I can grieve without worrying about the financial aspect of it.

    There have been times we struggled financially and struggled, living pay check to pay check. No matter the financial hardships that I have endured, I would never ever harm my child to get their insurance money.

    I can understand why you feel that way, but knowing a family who went through that - I'd rather have the policies as a precaution. Jmo.
     
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    @ yellow rose

    Sorry, I just read where you said *almost*

    Again sorry. This is what I get for posting before I finish my coffee.
     
  17. dyannaON

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    I've been away for a day.
    The YouTube video appears to have been taken down unless it's just my Tapatalk. Can someone let me know what was on it?
    How was it discovered that Mariah was SA?
    Time for some reading on my day off. Thanks peeps.


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  18. gitana1

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    From post #915 from the previous thread. Excellent point. These kids need so much stability and support right now. And alienation of a parent is utterly destructive. If there was one thing I could change in the families I deal with in my practice, or if I could name the most common and worst, most destructive thing I see on a regular basis, that's it. Parental alienation.
     
  19. Alethea

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    Agreed. A reasonable policy is understandable and smart, but I don't know why anyone would need a $100,000+ policy. Usually large life insurance policies are insurance for the primary breadwinner to ensure the family can continue on in the case of his or her death.
     
  20. Tortoise

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    [FONT=&amp]Kristy Woods had an assault charge brought against her by Heather Craft in 2016 but, according to the Onslow County District Court Clerk’s Office, the case was dismissed because Craft did not show up for court.

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    [FONT=&amp]In sensitive cases, Thomas said some of the normally-public records are sealed to maintain the integrity of the investigation. In Mariah’s case, this includes the search warrants and the 911 call, which has also been sealed by the court, Thomas said.[/FONT]
    [FONT=&amp]Typically, these are sealed until the trial unless it’s determined that they hold no further relevance to the case, at which time they’d be unsealed, Thomas said.

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    http://www.jdnews.com/news/20171204/man-accused-of-hiding-toddlers-body-protected-in-court

    http://atlaspublicrecords.com/name/kristy-k-woods/jacksonville-nc/e5e7bdb40a?case_details=true
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