Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by Gardenista, Feb 10, 2020.
Searching houses again? They have no idea where Faye is. Woke up hoping for good news. MOO
I was just thinking this the other day, new campaign for a new reality. MOO
Hope this means LE has direction they're going in or someone is talking.
National SOR. Not per state. One database. Accessible to public.
The neighbors are going to be asked to leave their residences?
BINGO you deserve a cake for that !
It’s been really quiet, we may have an answer shortly... 10:45 CT
Cayce Public Safety on Twitter
Please contact the #FayeSwetlik hotline at 803-205-4444 with any tips or information. This is still an ongoing, large scale missing person investigation with multiple agencies involved. #PrayforFaye
9:48 AM - 12 Feb 2020
Joe Wilson on Twitter
My thoughts and prayers are with Faye's family and for her safe return. If you have any information regarding missing six-year-old Faye Marie Sweltik out of Cayce, South Carolina, please call the @Cayce_DPS #TIPS hotline at (803) 205-4444.
9:29 AM - 12 Feb 2020
If I understand reporters correctly, they are just limiting incoming traffic to residents, delivery people etc. Apparently random ppl searching- interfering w investigation.
If they were to search every home, they’d need a boatload of search warrants- prob not probable cause for every house.
BINGO you deserve a cake for that ! I literally just applauded you, yep I'm clapping hands at work
Wonder what we can do, as a group to get the ball rolling on said campaign. I’m all in.
It's looking grim. Can't say i'm looking forward to the presser. Hug your babies tight!
The video sounds as if the reports were asked to leave and LE is limiting traffic into the area to residents and people with legitimate reason to be there such as UPS/fedex and mail etc..
Sorry if I was unclear. Correct. Not searching every house but will be knocking on doors. Authorized personnel only allowed in neighborhood.
Lol- raspberry white choc bundt please. Unfortunately, my great idea isn’t very good because the odds of getting state senators & reps across the nation to secure majority votes in all 50 states is slim & none. They’d be voting to relinquish state control & have to rewrite statutes that define degrees of offenses for consistency from state to state. Too many egos to put the safety of the public first. Jmvho
My guess is the press conference will be "we're still searching, we have a lot of leads, we can't release any info or answer questions." Don't really get those - if you have nothing to say then don't waste time with a PC; use it to find her.
And sadly these girls who let the revolving BF's take care of kids needs one too (not saying in this case at all)
I don't know maybe pick a senator to write or FBI ? or find a successful campaign and find out how that was done , I'm full of ideas but lack the actual mode of action , but I'm definitely in!
I think they’ll ask permission to search, if the resident okays it, they search, then & there. Most people consent, imo. Refusals most likely come if there’s contraband or a person laying low due to a warrant or incriminating evidence. Even in the Broussard case LE Che Jed trunks & went door to door. moo
I think people tend to be more helpful when it's a case involving a missing child. Even people who normally would balk at assisting law enforcement sometimes have a change of heart when they know there's a child missing.