Search Warrant Garrido Home Friday Aug 28, 2009

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  1. nursebeeme

    nursebeeme Registered User

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    another connection of the freaking day! another connection to one of the unsolved murders with a little string leading right back to Garrido.

    guess Garrido never learned the, "don't **** in your own sandbox" principle!
     


  2. Theonly1

    Theonly1 New Member

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    Something tells me this was not his first time perpetrating this kind of crime but simply the first time he got caught.
     
  3. nursebeeme

    nursebeeme Registered User

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    bold is mine mysteriew... do you mean that soomething was found on Garrido's property or something that was found with that victim that could link him to it?
     
  4. nursebeeme

    nursebeeme Registered User

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    http://www.statemuseum.arizona.edu/crservices/human_animal_bone.shtml

    I took a comparative anatomy class in college for my BSN... and I know that labs use morphology, or how a bone "looks" to determine whether it is animal or human. This test could be done quickly with few tools. It is my guess that they already know if it is human or animal but are not ready to release it until the search is complete and/or if they find more than one tiny fragment. moo
     
  5. mysteriew

    mysteriew A diamond in process

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    The bone was found on the property, or I believe it was found on the neighbors property, and they sent it off for testing.

    Usually they may have an idea whether it is human or not but they won't say for sure until the testing confirms. Once they get it confirmed they usually announce soon after.
     
  6. i.b.nora

    i.b.nora I am polka dot

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    Reading an article in the SF Chronicle about the bone fragment. It says:

    ""The bone fragment was found Sunday in the next door neighbor's backyard, said Contra Costa County Sheriff's Department spokesman Jimmy Lee. He said it is not known if it is from an animal or human, and testing will take several weeks."

    Police find bone fragment near CA suspect's home

    It's the AP article.

    I still think they must have a pretty good idea if its human or not. I think its DNA that will take the time.
     
  7. Vegas Bride

    Vegas Bride Active Member

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    Has there been any mention of computers being taken from the home?
    I'm wondering if they will find a whole group of people who had some knowledge of what was going on and was he possibly using the children for internet porn etc.
    I hope they are able to track down every person who had knowlege of this and did nothing!

    VB
     
  8. mysteriew

    mysteriew A diamond in process

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    Taking the computer is almost standard operating procedure anymore. And yeah, anytime I see sex offender and computer in the same story I start wondering about child porn too. I'm also wondering about snuff films in this case because of the suspected other murders.
     
  9. nursebeeme

    nursebeeme Registered User

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    basic morphology (animal vs human) is usually an eyes on shoo in shoo out kinda test... but perhaps they are waiting on dna connection to make another statement?
     
  10. i.b.nora

    i.b.nora I am polka dot

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    Yeah, I agree, shoo in shoo out. I think they are just really being cautious about the information they are releasing now.
    When you think about it, this case is H U G E.
    It's also, fascinating.

    I have just been watching Larry King, and the interview with the Reno woman that he raped and then went to prison.
    When she described how he had the mini-storage thing set up, it sounded like a mini version of his backyard.
    Its just A S T O U N D I N G !
     
  11. i.b.nora

    i.b.nora I am polka dot

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    Investigators are through searching the properties.

    AC360 report on tv.
     
  12. Californian

    Californian Just call me Cali : > )

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    Investigators conclude search of Jaycee Dugard kidnapping suspect's house
    Contra Costa Times
    Posted: 08/31/2009 05:09:05 PM PDT
    Updated: 08/31/2009 09:01:50 PM PDT

    Investigators have packed up their gear and concluded their four-day search of the Walnut Avenue property belonging to Jaycee Dugard kidnapping suspect Phillip Garrido and that of his neighbor, officials announced tonight.

    The announcement came just hours after officials said a small bone fragment had been found on the neighbor's property.

    (paragraph omitted)

    (CCCSO spokesperson Jimmy) Lee said the search concluded about 6 p.m.

    source: http://www.contracostatimes.com/ci_13241350?source=most_viewed
     
  13. minazoe

    minazoe Well-Known Member

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    I am really concerned about the two 4 year oldish girls. Where are they? who are the younger children missing from the area? can this be confirmed?

    there has been no metion of the girls in the news, maybe because they can't confirm?
     
  14. i.b.nora

    i.b.nora I am polka dot

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    Might as well add this new information here.

    Today, Friday September 4, 2009

    Contra Costa County Sheriff's deputies and an Oakley-based tow company were at the Garrido's Walnut Avenue home about 11 a.m. to bring a van out of the yard. They used a chain saw to cut branches and pitchforks to move away debris and rubbish, all to clear a path for the van to be removed.

    "The presence of a van associated with the home has become Internet fodder over the past week on Google Maps street view, where a van appears to pull out of the Garrido driveway and follows the Google Maps van that surveys and photographs city streets to add to its online map database.

    But the van depicted on Google Maps is brown, whereas the one seized from the Garrido home today is yellow in color and distinctively different in body."


    It's the second visit by authorities to the home since investigators completed two separate searches of the home in the past week: County health officials conducted tests Thursday afternoon on the home's water and sewage
    systems.


    Van towed from Garrido back yard, seized as evidence in Jaycee Dugard case
     
  15. Tom'sGirl

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    I've read reference to there being a "Basement" at the home and yet property records don't show that there is, or have any of the searches mentioned it????
     
  16. i.b.nora

    i.b.nora I am polka dot

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    No. No mentions. I don't think a basement exists there.
     
  17. KivaSupporter

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    http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/story/0,21985,26008982-663,00.html[
    http://www.berkeleydaily.org/issue/2009-08-27/article/33646?headline=Kidnap-Victim-Lived-in-Antioch-Backyard-for-18-Years
    http://74.125.47.132/search?q=cache:zFe9zcoVdzkJ:mobile.latimes.com/inf/infomo%3Fview%3Dpage7%26feed:a%3Dlatimes_1min%26feed:c%3Dlocalnews%26feed:i%3D48990719%26nopaging%3D1+phillip+garrido+home+basement&cd=29&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us

    Molino said the girls had been by the store and had told an employee they were home schooled and that there was a church in their basement.

    "The young girl did say a couple of things that seemed a little strange at the time. She told me her daddy had a church in the basement of their house."

    Just last week, Molino asked them about back-to-school plans and the church they attended. They said they were home-schooled, and Angel added that "we have church in my dad's basement."


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    Could he have dug a "basement"? Was it used for other purposes prior to being used as a "church" (like keeping an abducted child there)?

    Wow, Tom's girl, a very good point! I wonder if LE found a basement and are keeping it quiet?

    Definitely worth checking into. What do you think?
     
  18. Tom'sGirl

    Tom'sGirl Former Member

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    I don't know what to think about the reference to the "Basement". In all the photos that were available I never did see what looked looked like an entry to a basement, but then the entry could be from the inside IF a basement exists.

    Could a certain area of the backyard have been referred to as the "Basement" for some odd reason???
     
  19. mysteriew

    mysteriew A diamond in process

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    I've seen where the child made a statement about her father holding church in the basement, and also media references to PG holding church services in the back yard. I don't know what the significance is. It could be as simple as the clerk somehow misunderstanding what the girl said.
     
  20. Tom'sGirl

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    Ms. Molino said on the PodCast interview that the younger girl said "basement", so dunno???
     

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