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Found Deceased TX - Sarbesh Gurung, 2, Denton, 2 July, 2019

Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by Kimpossible31, Jul 2, 2019.

  1. Lucyray

    Lucyray Well-Known Member

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    I'm wondering who actually leaves their car unlocked these days? I do, during the day..I'm in a very small town, a rural area. And I lock it each night.

    I don't know the area where this occurred; who leaves their car unlocked. And as I type that, I'm now wondering if the boy (Sarbresh G.) was there since yesterday afternoon? No one was in or near that car since yesterday afternoon?? Odd. (To me.)
     
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  2. oviedo

    oviedo Well-Known Member

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    blue22 Well-Known Member

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    People here do not leave their cars unlocked on purpose, any time of day/night. I am very curious to know how long the car was parked in that spot before the owners got in at 6am
     
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    AnnaGrace Well-Known Member

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    Oh no! I'm totally heartbroken. I had a ray of hope for this one. Tragic! Rest in peace precious little one.
     
  5. blue22

    blue22 Well-Known Member

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    It could be the perfect storm of things coming together to form a tragedy. Maybe I've been following cases to long, but I'm starting to have a hard time accepting this at face value. But, yes...it's all a possibility.
     
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    Steelslady Well-Known Member

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    You've never met my oldest daughter. Before the age of two, she was dressing herself, putting on her own sneakers or flip flops (velcro sneakers), and probably would have dressed similar, no matter the weather. Some kids are just that smart and high in intellect, even at the toddler ages. She gave me a run for my money.
     
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    oviedo Well-Known Member

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    I tried to find the height of the door handle - we know his height. To me, it looks too tall for him but without the actual dimensions we don't know. I hope they dusted the vehicle just to be sure. JMO
     
  8. blue22

    blue22 Well-Known Member

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    I don't mean the clothes and life skills. I have a gifted kid, so I get the intelligence. He was smarter and more able than me by 2. LOL! I'm talking about the total set of circumstances. (But I admit we don't have many details, so there could be things left out that make sense of the whole thing.)
     
  9. SoccerMotha

    SoccerMotha Well-Known Member

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    So mom calls this in immediately and searches start, but they don't look or even glance in these surrounding vehicles to check? I get that they might not have been able to see in very well, but are cops in general I wonder thinking at that age he probably couldn't have opened the door, closed it, etc so they aren't bothering to look closely.
     
  10. Cortne

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    Ha!! Glad I’m not the only one that had a toddler smarter than I. Lmao.
    This guy seems small and young. I’m starting to worry about the totality of the situation. Jmo imo
    Rest easy precious boy
     
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    sloane7777 Well-Known Member

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    Exactly Blue22 not in Denton basically on campus , not if you want you car there to actually drive later.
     
  12. Peppery

    Peppery Well-Known Member

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    sloane7777 Well-Known Member

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    Bet you money they did not dust . JMO
     
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    blue22 Well-Known Member

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    I would love to know how much time has been spent by LE and crime scene at the vehicle.
     
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    sloane7777 Well-Known Member

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    Ok that helps me a little to not go to bad places in my head .
     
  16. sloane7777

    sloane7777 Well-Known Member

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    one word Blue "Denton" :)
     
  17. Ladylub

    Ladylub Well-Known Member

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    Something seems off but that could be because of all the cases Ive read here.

    Opening the door doesn't shock me. My son was big, strong and advanced for his age thankfully that played a part in him understanding he was not allowed to go outside by himself and when asked why he couldn't open the door he would say pool and street. ( that said we still had an extra baby gate blocking him from getting to that door on top of adding a deadbolt that needed a key to open.) As for the strength of a kid... yrs ago while walking my kiddo to school we saw a boy about 2 wandering around. He was able to open and close his family's old station wagon. I called the cops I wasn't about to deal with the family. They were not all the best kind of people to cross paths with. Only would have felt comfortable if one person was there and his car wasn't there meaning he left the house to bring the older kids to school. Anyway when the boy heard the sirens he got out the car ran and hid. When the cops got there one went to the boy the other talked to me while locking the drivers door and closing it. He commented he was able to open and close this door? No sooner then he said that sounding shocked the boy ran away from the other cop right to the passenger side back door opened it and hid on the floorboard. Cop opened the door and you could see he had to give a little extra tug. The cop said little dude is a bit to strong for his own good right now huh? The one family member that was decent stopped me a few days later thanking me because he didn't even think the boy was able to open the front door much less the hard car door.
     
  18. HayLouise

    HayLouise Law Student

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    #JUST IN: Family friends of the Gurung family tells us Sarbesh’s parents told police that the 2-year-old likes to ride in the car. The Gurung family car is a white SUV, one that looks very similar to the vehicle the toddler was found in this morning. @wfaa

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  19. blue22

    blue22 Well-Known Member

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    I know. With the intense focus, I hope they would try. I would never bet any money on it, but one can hope.
     
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    Lucyray Well-Known Member

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    I'm glad you posted this, for I had posted one year younger. I was wrong. (Sorry.). I'm saddened about this boys tragic death. Still many questions.
     

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