TX TX - Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez, 6, family members say haven't seen since Nov, Everman, 25 Mar 2023 *endangered*

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Everman police will not give an update on the search for missing 6-year-old Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez on Thursday, as previously expected.

Police chief Craig Spencer says at this time there are no substantial updates on the case at this time.

Spencer said that investigators thoroughly and meticulously working on the investigation.

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In order for a crime to be considered extraditable under the treaty between the United States and India, the charges have to be severe enough to warrant punishment for at least one year, no matter if the law or one similar exists in India or if that law is considered as severe there.

If that is met, Everman police, or any agency wanting to extradite a suspect from India, would have to work with federal authorities to submit an extradition request through diplomatic channels, by the terms of the treaty.

India would require the U.S. to provide evidence, statements, documents, a copy of the warrant, “and such information as would justify the committal for trial of the person in the requested state,” according to the website for the Indian Embassy in Washington, D.C.

Indian authorities would review those documents and decide whether to approve or decline the extradition request. In “cases of urgency,” American authorities can request a provisional arrest while the extradition is being processed.

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They would also need to find them. If they are living in a shantytown, in Mumbai, it might be extremely difficult to find them.
 

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City of Everman had a technical problem and wasn't able to stream the press conference.


Everman police held a press conference Friday afternoon to give the latest updates on the search for missing 6-year-old Noel Rodriguez-Alverez.

Noel’s mother and stepfather flew from Dallas-Fort Worth to India with six other children last week, two days before an Amber Alert was issued for Noel.

Noel has still not been found, but his mother and stepfather are now facing a felony charge of abandonment and endangerment of a child, police said Friday. A warrant was issued Friday and authorities are working to extradite the couple from India back to the U.S.

Police dug up part of a concrete patio on the property where the family lived on Wisteria Drive, but that search did not find anything, they said.

Police said they dug into the patio because they detected an “anomaly” in the concrete. They said they have not found any evidence to indicate that Noel is dead.

Police had planned to share video of the press conference on YouTube but the video wasn’t streaming.
 

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How is it possible that these two pulled together the air fare for two adults and six kids? It's a lot of money, even if the twins were sitting on the laps of the adults and didn't require separate seats.

I'm heartbroken for this little boy. That the mother fled with the kids and new husband to another country makes me think the worst.

And it's hard to imagine a special needs child being raised in the environment of that small cluttered shed. It didn't look like it had a functional bathroom or kitchen, but at least there was AC.
 

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EVERMAN, Texas - Everman police said tips are still coming in for the disappearance of 6-year-old Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez, who has not been seen since November 2022.

Police continue to say they've found no evidence that Rodriguez-Alvarez is not alive.

He said a freshly poured concrete porch at the residence, paid for by Rodriguez-Singh, had become a focus.

Investigators, with a search warrant, drilled through and beneath that concrete slab Thursday night using special sonar technology equipment.

The chief said, though suspicious, there was no discovery that would lead them to Rodriguez-Alvarez.

"Ultimately our teams, did not locate any evidence as a result of that dig that would lead us to finding Noel. We have obtained arrest warrants for Cindy Rodriguez-Singh and Arsnu Singh for abandoning or endangering a child, which is a second-degree felony in the state of Texas," Everman Police Chief Craig Spencer said. "We are in the process of working with our federal partners and locating these fugitives."
 

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  • The family was staying in the shed but also used a couple of rooms inside the main house.
  • The concrete patio was paid for by Cindy, despite her not owning the property,
  • The patio behind CP's home was poured about a month ago which was after the last time he saw Noel. Cindy also told CP that Noel was staying with relatives in Mexico.
  • Living conditions inside the shed were part of the reason LE obtained the endangerment warrant.
  • Cindy was sentenced to 10 years of probation in 2020 on a repeat offense of driving while intoxicated.
 

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Police Dig Up Porch in Ongoing Search for Missing Everman Boy, Charges Filed Against Mother - NBC 5
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On Thursday investigators executed search warrants at the family's rented home, which is a large shed at the back of another property that had been converted into a living space. The chief added that the conditions of the family's home are part of the arrest warrant and couldn't elaborate on the state of the home before investigators performed their search -- which he described as "thorough."

[Everman Chief of Police CW] Spencer said investigators turned their focus to a concrete porch that had been recently poured on the property after they learned it had been paid for by the renter and not the property owner. Spencer said cadaver dogs didn't alert near the porch and that while ground penetrating radar did detect an anomaly underneath the slab nothing was found after they dug into the area.

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The chief added that other evidence supporting their investigation was found at the home, but he wouldn't elaborate on what it was. He did say no evidence has been found that would indicate the boy has died.

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As a retired archaeologist, I'm thrilled looking at these photos! So much methodical precision and care in how they are approaching this. Usually you see a backhoe or people flailing away with shovels.
They've set up a unit and are removing dirt carefully with trowels. This way, it's instantly apparent if there is disturbed soil.
 

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EVERMAN, Texas - Everman police said tips are still coming in for the disappearance of 6-year-old Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez, who has not been seen since November 2022.

Police continue to say they've found no evidence that Rodriguez-Alvarez is not alive.

He said a freshly poured concrete porch at the residence, paid for by Rodriguez-Singh, had become a focus.

Investigators, with a search warrant, drilled through and beneath that concrete slab Thursday night using special sonar technology equipment.

The chief said, though suspicious, there was no discovery that would lead them to Rodriguez-Alvarez.

"Ultimately our teams, did not locate any evidence as a result of that dig that would lead us to finding Noel. We have obtained arrest warrants for Cindy Rodriguez-Singh and Arsnu Singh for abandoning or endangering a child, which is a second-degree felony in the state of Texas," Everman Police Chief Craig Spencer said. "We are in the process of working with our federal partners and locating these fugitives."
Who is Arsnu Singh? All this time I have only seen the name Arshdeep Singh.
 

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Police Dig Up Porch in Ongoing Search for Missing Everman Boy, Charges Filed Against Mother - NBC 5
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On Thursday investigators executed search warrants at the family's rented home, which is a large shed at the back of another property that had been converted into a living space. The chief added that the conditions of the family's home are part of the arrest warrant and couldn't elaborate on the state of the home before investigators performed their search -- which he described as "thorough."

[Everman Chief of Police CW] Spencer said investigators turned their focus to a concrete porch that had been recently poured on the property after they learned it had been paid for by the renter and not the property owner. Spencer said cadaver dogs didn't alert near the porch and that while ground penetrating radar did detect an anomaly underneath the slab nothing was found after they dug into the area.

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The chief added that other evidence supporting their investigation was found at the home, but he wouldn't elaborate on what it was. He did say no evidence has been found that would indicate the boy has died.

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Where else could have A 6yr old with known health disabilities be at going on 6months? IMO The gentleman that owns the home saw many things over the years. MOO.
 

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How is it possible that these two pulled together the air fare for two adults and six kids? It's a lot of money, even if the twins were sitting on the laps of the adults and didn't require separate seats.

I'm heartbroken for this little boy. That the mother fled with the kids and new husband to another country makes me think the worst.

And it's hard to imagine a special needs child being raised in the environment of that small cluttered shed. It didn't look like it had a functional bathroom or kitchen, but at least there was AC.
What about passports too? Seems impossible to do without planning and I'm like you, where did the money come from? Curious about the step father, so many questions!
 

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What about passports too? Seems impossible to do without planning and I'm like you, where did the money come from? Curious about the step father, so many questions!
I’m thinking his family paid for the tickets.

Just because he’s living in squalor here doesn’t mean his family doesn’t have money.

Not all of India is poor.

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