Discussion in 'Crimes-Spotlight on Children' started by Spellbound, Apr 30, 2018.
Another case in which authorities didnt act. Just because the mother had custody doesnt mean they shouldnt have listened to the dad. :cry:
Seems to me, this case should be labeled "NY" instead of "UK," since it occurred in Mamaroneck, NY.
Mods, please adjust if you think appropriate. Thanks for all you do for us!
Good grief , how did I manage to make such a blunder? maybe because I first read it on a Uk site. Sorry :blushing: — and I will alert to have it fixed
thanks once again, borndem!
No biggie, Spellz -- I also thought the location was the UK, too, because of the reporting medium (UK), until I read a couple of lines which mentioned places, etc., that I knew were in NY.
It'll get fixed, and we'll be fine -- a big thanks for your starting the thread.
Oh, another sad, senseless case of a beautiful little human being's life cut short -- I'll say again, who knows what she might have done for her family, her neighborhood, her friends, her town, her state or her country. We will never know, and the world will be less without her.
And I'll also say again, just dammit.
Mamaroneck: Did cops do enough to save Gabriella?
The Westchester District Attorneys Office announced this week that Arce had been charged with the attempted murder of two police officers she allegedly stabbed when they attempted to save Gabriella on April 28.
Has some details I haven't read before.
More Charges Expected In Westchester Domestic Incident That Left Child Dead
As fingerpointing and accusations fly over the tragic death of little Gabriella Maria Boyd in Mamaroneck a week ago to the day, the woman behind all of the furor was charged with two counts of attempted murder in her hospital bed and the Westchester County district attorney says further charges could be coming.
The charges were in relation to injuries sustained by responding police officers when 28-year-old Cynthia Arce stabbed them during the incident on Saturday, April 28. Charges have yet to be filed in connection to the death of 2 1/2 year-old Gabriella.
"We are awaiting the results of the autopsy of the child which could take weeks," Westchester County District Attorney Anthony Scarpino Jr. said. "Those results could have a major impact on the direction the case takes."
Scarpino said the case against Arce was called in Mamaroneck Village Court but was adjourned to May 17.
"The District Attorney’s Office continues to investigate the very serious charges which currently consist of two counts of aggravated attempted murder of two police officers and could result in additional charges," Scarpino said.
Mamaroneck shooting: Lawyer says toddler's mother told police they'd handle custody issue the following day
Gabriella Maria Boyd was not turned over to her father April 27 when Mamaroneck police tried to enforce a court order after the toddler's mother, Cynthia Arce, told them the matter would be handled the following day when the father was scheduled for visitation, Arce's lawyer told The Journal News/lohud Monday.
Stephen Boyd never did see his daughter alive again....
A statement issued last week by the Mamaroneck village Police Benevolent Association said that police were given no indication that Gabriella was in danger and that officers were instructed that evening that they had no authority to forcibly remove her from the house.
Portale said that Solorzano believes that Child Protective Services investigators went to the house about 11:30 that night. According to the PBA statement, CPS had been notified by village police that evening after police could not enforce the court order.
No charges have been filed in Gabriella's death as prosecutors are awaiting the Westchester County medical examiner’s determination of the cause of death.
Cynthia Arce was charged with two counts of attempted aggravated murder of a police officer and arraigned in her hospital room. She was not well enough to appear when the case was briefly called in Mamaroneck Village Court on Thursday.
Portale said Arce would remain in the jail ward of the hospital for a few more weeks. She is supposed to make her first appearance in Village Court on May 17.
Thursday, May 17th:
*First Appearance Hearing – NY – Gabriella Maria Boyd (2) (April 28, 2018) – Cynthia Arce (28) “mom” arrested & charged (4/30/18) with 2 counts of attempted murder of 2 police officers. LE were trying save her baby, when she attacked them with a knife. Arce is in intensive care at Westchester Medical Ctr. More charges are coming, after autopsy.
What a perfectly beautiful little girl! I’m just floored. Would like to know if the mother was on some kind of substance when she killed her daughter and why she wasn’t removed from the home immediately.
Mamaroneck shooting case headed to grand jury; new details on Arce's injuries
Charges that Cynthia Arce tried to kill two Mamaroneck police officers are headed to a grand jury as she recovers from three gunshots and a knife wound that required nine staples on the side of her throat, her lawyer said today.
The new details of Arce's injuries were revealed by her lawyer, Richard Portale, who appeared in Mamaroneck Village Court for her latest scheduled appearance, which she missed as she continues to recover from an altercation at her home on April 28.
Portale has agreed to let Arce's case proceed to a grand jury, which will decide whether to indict her.
Arce is in the custody of the Westchester County Department of Correction. She remains in intensive care, her lawyer said, and has now missed both of her court hearings in Village Court after she was arraigned May 1 in her hospital bed.
Portale said the shooting left Arce with a perforated bowel and wounds to an arm and a leg.
After Arce's case was briefly heard in court on May 3, Portale called the situation "a tragedy" that warrants fact-finding without a rush to judgment.
Mamaroneck shooting: Police say no to father in calls to get Gabriella hours before she died
In the article has transcript of the calls by the father to police.
thank you, Niner.
I hadn't realized the mother was that seriously injured. That poor father -- there wasn't much he could have done differently.
Why didn’t the court order five police the authority to enter the house and take the little girl? What other authority is there?
Any updates on this case? Is she still in the hospital? Any court dates yet?
Mamaroneck mother of dead toddler Gabriella Boyd on the mend at Westchester County jail
Bumping for Gabby.....
Anyone find anything "new"? I couldn't find her in the list of inmates in Westchester County jail!
Gabriella Boyd's father announces intent to sue Mamaroneck over toddler's death
Arce is not in the court site yet, and have looked at the court calendar up to 7/17. Nothing.
Would this be the right site to look up dockets?
or am I looking at the wrong link?
Also, she is out of the hospital & in jail.