GUILTY PA - Nyla Miangel Page, 23 months, Braddock, Feb 2007

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  1. mistivon

    mistivon Verified Insider - Maricela Garcia

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    KDKA) BRADDOCK Police are searching for a young child allegedly abducted from her bed early this morning.

    An Amber Abduction Alert was issued for the toddler earlier today.

    Braddock Police say they are looking for Nya Miangel Page, who disappeared from her home in the 600-block of First Street around 7:30am.

    She is 23 months old.

    She is described as African American, 24 inches tall, approximately 30 pounds, with short, black hair and brown eyes.

    She also has large scars on each earlobe.

    She was last seen wearing a maroon sweater with blue and yellow stripes, a disposable diaper, and she was possibly wrapped in a light blue electric blanket.

    Anyone with information about this little girl is asked to contact Braddock or Allegheny Police by calling 911.

    Stay with KDKA for the latest details…

    http://kdka.com/local/local_story_034113059.html
     
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  3. mistivon

    mistivon Verified Insider - Maricela Garcia

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    BRADDOCK, Pa. - Police, emergency crews and bloodhounds searched for a 23-month-old girl reported missing from her bed early Saturday.

    "Time is of the essence," Allegheny County Police Lt. Robert Downey said, because of fears that the child might not survive long in the frigid cold. Saturday's high temperature was expected to be about 20 degrees.

    Another child found that Nia Miangel Page was not in her bed at about 7:30 a.m. and alerted other family members, who called police after a search, authorities said. Braddock police also searched the home and then contacted the state police to issue an Amber Alert.

    Police were interviewing people who were home at the time while about 70 people from nearby police departments, emergency workers and others searched for the girl.

    Braddock police Chief Frank DeBartolo said there was no sign that anyone had forcibly entered the home.

    http://www.centredaily.com/mld/centredaily/16616403.htm
     
  4. LionRun

    LionRun Former Member

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    Thank you mistivon for posting this. I am praying for little Nya's safe return. I have so many questions, and I hope more details will be available soon.

    Lion
     
  5. MrsG728

    MrsG728 New Member

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    Also from Fox News, same report with one detail at the end added:

    "Police are also interviewing people who were home at the time. Braddock police Chief Frank DeBartolo said police have never been called to the girl's home before."


    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,250143,00.html


    MG
     
  6. KKD

    KKD New Member

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    Does anyone else find it odd that the poor child has large scars on her earlobes? The only reason for this I can think of would be someone yanking earrings out of them while intact.
     
  7. OceanEyes

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    It could also be from keloids, which are kinda like scars that don't sto pgrowing, like after you get your ears pierced. They are more common in African Americans. The scars could be from an operation to have the keloids removed. At least that's what I hope it is...
     
  8. Dark Knight

    Dark Knight New Member

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    Lord, please bring little Nya home safely, in Jesus' name, amen.
     
  9. Dark Knight

    Dark Knight New Member

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    Why would a 2 year old have pierced ears and earrings? Isn't that a wee bit young, or am I that out of it, lol.
     
  10. LionRun

    LionRun Former Member

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    Thank you MrsG for the update. I hope Nya is somehow safe; but, this sounds grim. It is so cold, and she is so young. I was thinking it may have been possible that she walked outside herself and got lost. But, if that were the case I doubt she would have closed the door behind her.

    Lion


     
  11. I Gotta Be Me

    I Gotta Be Me New Member

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    I think it's young, but I see lots of babies and toddlers with pierced ears.

    I saw on another board that someone saw a report on TV and it was reported the scars were the result of something a sibling had done. I wondered if a sib had yanked her earrings out, although it seems odd to have them both ripped out.
     
  12. mistivon

    mistivon Verified Insider - Maricela Garcia

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    By last night, the case had taken on an ominous overtone. Police sent all search crews to a Monroeville landfill. A trash bin at an apartment building behind the family's back yard had been picked up yesterday morning and dumped there. But police said the contents of the trash bin were covered in dirt and that investigators wouldn't be able to comb through the site until tomorrow.

    more:

    http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/07035/759319-56.stm
     
  13. Bobbisangel

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    Why are so many two year olds coming up missing lately? Way to many. The two little two year olds that were both reported missing from their locked homes...one with her mother and the other in foster care...have never been found....Trenton has never been found and now we have another 2 yr old missing. I hope they don't find this baby in the landfill. I wonder how many people live in her home and what they are like. I hope they find her alive.
     
  14. mistivon

    mistivon Verified Insider - Maricela Garcia

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    KDKA's Paul Martino reports that the contents of a dumpster in the child's neighborhood were taken to that landfill.

    On Saturday, police took a cadaver dog out there but nothing turned up.

    The FBI is providing assistance to local authorities conducting the investigation.

    Meanwhile, investigators have questioned family members of the toddler.

    The child's father, the grandmother's boyfriend, and a male cousin, who were all inside of the house at the time of Page's disappearance, were questioned Saturday afternoon by police.

    KDKA's Ross Guidotti reports they were also given polygraph tests.

    more:

    http://kdka.com/local/local_story_035081008.html
     
  15. TGIRecovered

    TGIRecovered Active Member

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    It is foolish and unnecessarily risky to have a boyfriend and a male cousin living in the same household as an innocent child. Anyone reading crime boards would know that.

    I live in a much warmer climate than PA and I would never put a child that young to bed in a sweater and no pants or socks in the wintertime. She is way too young to keep herself covered up ! When the weatherwas cold, my babies always got long pj's, socks, and a blanket sleeper at night.

    Someone is not being very careful with that baby.

    I wonder which one will flunk or refuse the poly?

    Susan
     
  16. Kymistry35

    Kymistry35 It's never to late to be who you could have been

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    I don't think that having a cousin who is male stay with you is dangerous. Not unless he has a criminal history or other problems. My male cousins have often come and stayed with me. That, in itself, does not make the mother a bad parent. I hope that they are able to find the little sweetheart.
     
  17. strach304

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    I haven't seen mention of a mother. Father and grandmother, the grandmother's bf and the cousin. Even the child that discovered her disappearance wasn't id'd as a sibling.
     
  18. mom3dd

    mom3dd Be Better at Every Age

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    The Allegheny County Medical Examiner has been called to Rankin where a body has been found matching the description of a missing toddler.
    http://kdka.com/local/local_story_035173058.html
    Should have an icon of tears. This is getting so awful. Way too many little ones exploited.
     
  19. concernedperson

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    Thanks for the link. Oh, no, not another. It is so heartbreaking to read these things and sit by knowing this isn't the end but a stream of senseless homicides. I know they haven't declared that yet but it is inevitable.
     
  20. I Gotta Be Me

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    Anyone reading crime boards hears the worst of the worst. You don't hear of the hundreds of thousands of times a boyfriend or male cousin spend the night in a home with a child and nothing happens. Not all boyfriends or cousins are rapists, kidnappers, killers, abusers. We only read about the ones who are.
     
  21. sassy_texasbelle2

    sassy_texasbelle2 Well butter my butt and call me a biscuit

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    They have found her body...there has to be some way we can protect our children...
     

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