GUILTY TX - Hazana Anderson, 2, College Station, Brazos County, 28 Oct 2018 *Arrests*

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  1. liltexans

    liltexans Retired WS Staff

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    College Station police are searching for missing 2-year-old Hazana Anderson, who was last seen at Gabbard Park around 8 a.m. Sunday.

    Hazana's mother said she was with her daughter at the park and went back to her vehicle to get a bottle. When she returned, the girl was missing from her stroller.

    Officers arrived on scene and searched nearby roadways and homes.

    College Station police search for missing 2-year-old girl
     


  2. 2Hope4

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    Expanding the search to other areas... sigh. That says it all, IMO. Where is home? Last pings on phone? Last time someone saw her?
     
  3. liltexans

    liltexans Retired WS Staff

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  4. dyannaON

    dyannaON Well-Known Member

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    As mothers we just don’t do stuff like that. We don’t leave our babies while we go fetch their bottles at a park. Give me a flipping break lady.
    IMO.
     
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  5. pinkfly

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    Bingo!
     
  6. Mauge

    Mauge Lost in translation

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    Didn't we see something like this weeks ago? Mom says she took her kid to the park, she got distracted with her cell phone, and the child was gone. But turned out they were never there.
    I don't wanna say that much, but i have a bad feeling about this. I really really really hope I'm wrong. Praying she's found safe soon.
     
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  7. cybervampira

    cybervampira Well-Known Member

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    So, it was 8 am. Shortly after sunrise. Local temperature approx. 60° F?
     
  8. silverjug

    silverjug Well-Known Member

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    I must admit that appeared odd to me, I suspect that they were never there and the encounter with the fishermen was just to "set the scene."
     
  9. leyash

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    Getting a Maddox Ritch vibe from this one, except... I don't think the adult is innocent in this one.

    Dangit. Too close to home. Only about an hour and a half from College Station.

    Sitting on my hands until something comes up...
     
  10. ClockworkLemon

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    This story sounds fishy. We’ll see.
     
  11. TXBorn

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    I love about 20 minutes away and went outside this morning at about 7:30 and there was definitely a chill in the air. I wouldn’t have taken a 2 year old to the park.....
     
  12. MsFacetious

    MsFacetious What a Kerfuffle...

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    In addition to why wouldn't you just take her with you in the stroller, why wouldn't an abductor just take her in the stroller too? If she was strapped into her stroller it seems unlikely she would have gotten out. I'm guessing Mom didn't set the brake... it's pretty hard for a 2 year old to get out without the stroller rolling and them falling and getting injured.

    I don't think she was ever at the park. UGH!
     
  13. Alethea

    Alethea Verified Attorney

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    Oh no, not another little one at a park. Hopefully she's just hiding and they find her soon. Poor baby.
     
  14. Blue Ridge

    Blue Ridge Armchair Detective

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    Remembering little Daniel Theriot, just a month or so ago :(
     
  15. abeaman02

    abeaman02 All things are possible with coffee and mascara

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    This definitely has my hinky meter going. This park is not that big and it appears to be very open with homes all around it. It seems highly unlikely that if someone grabbed her they would not be spotted. If by chance she got out of the stroller it seems unlikely that if the fisherman were close enough to her the mom that would not hear and/or see a toddler in distress with the pond being so open. JMO
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  16. MimosaMornings

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    8am on a Sunday? Doubtful you would see many families there at that time.
     
  17. cybervampira

    cybervampira Well-Known Member

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    Here's the latest on the search for missing 2-year-old Hazana Anderson

    Law enforcement officers from as far away as Houston spent hours on Sunday at a College Station city park looking for clues that would help explain the sudden disappearance of Hazana Anderson, 2, of Bryan.

    Authorities used a drone and K9s to search the land, as a Texas Game Warden boat and divers from the Harris County Sheriff's Office Marine Unit dragged a pond at Gabbard Park. Officers also went door-to-door to speak with residents and search backyards.

    At the end of the day investigators had few clues, but a police spokesman said officers were following up on a couple of leads.

    Anderson's mother, Tiandra Christin, brought the little girl to the park on Dexter Drive S. around 8 a.m., said police. An hour later, the mother said she left the baby in the stroller and walked to her car in a nearby parking lot to retrieve a bottle. When she returned to the stroller left near the playground, Hazana was missing.

    Two men fishing at the pond hear the cries for help and rushed over to assist the mother, and that's when authorities were notified.

    A spokesman for the College Station Police Department said it wasn't clear if Hazana was strapped into the stroller, and he couldn't confirm that the fishermen actually saw the child prior to her disappearance.

    For a majority of the afternoon, Hazana's mother was at the police station speaking with investigators, but police said she was not under arrest. Her father, Brodrick Anderson, was at the park Sunday along with several other family members as the search expanded from the park into surrounding neighborhoods.

    [...]
     
  19. steff13

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    Based on those photos, it seems like the fishermen would have seen if she'd gone in the water. I don't think she was at the park.
     
  20. MsFacetious

    MsFacetious What a Kerfuffle...

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