Found Deceased TX - Sherin Mathews, 3, Richardson, 7 Oct 2017 #3

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  1. Margo/Mom

    Margo/Mom Active Member

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    Saw dust goes somewhere. A jigsaw might have a bag, or a table saw might have a removable bin or plate beneath the blade. Not my favorite thing to think about in relation to this case.
     


  2. NewMama

    NewMama Well-Known Member

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    First I wanted to thank everyone for keeping little Sherin’s thread updated. I haven’t had much time to reference links and the updates have been very informative (and respectful.)
    On the subject of power tools, we have a wall-mounted vacuum in our garage. I use it to clean out crumbs from the minivan. Just a thought.
    On the subject of the wooden spoon - we bought a wooden fork and spoon from Hobby Lobby several years ago. They hang in our kitchen. I looked and they still sell them. Link to fork below. It’s never occurred to me to use them as a punishment implement. I just pulled one to see if it had any information on the back that could help identify where it was purchased and realized they were covered in dust. They hang just high enough so that I could grab the bottom & lift off.
    https://www.hobbylobby.com/Home-Decor-Frames/Polyresin-Pottery/Black-Fork-Wall-Decor/p/97530
     
  3. i8mypaint

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  4. Angleterre

    Angleterre Verified LE & Senior Investigate Officer, England

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    Or maybe a leaf blower or electric saw etc


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  5. rsd1200

    rsd1200 If there's no link, it's just my own 2¢.

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    I can kinda understand this, only in reverse. Our first was, what everyone calls kids like our first child these days, "special needs", although I dislike the term. When our second came along, we were in shock. Everything went almost like the parenting books had said, that we'd read before the first child came along (and nothing went like the parenting books said for the first child). It was so strange. Just because the 2nd child's infancy, and toddler-hood, was typical, didn't mean the household became typical, though. We knew for sure, then, that something was wrong but it would take us til fourth grade to finally get the diagnoses.
     
  6. Cubby

    Cubby fly the W!

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    I think if it was wall art, it would have been more descriptive as wall picture, wall art, or something along those lines. They wouldn't only say what was on the picture as opposed to that it is a pucture.
     
  7. Cubby

    Cubby fly the W!

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    Contents of a vacuum cleaner, shop vac, those bags that catch grass clippings or leaves used on lawn mowers. Something along those lines.
     
  8. divadog

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    My husband has collection bags on the majority of his tools so that when he is working in someone's house he doesn't make a bunch of dust or whatever.
     
  9. JaneEyre

    JaneEyre Kindness matters - always

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    My entire family is really into power tools. I am a carpenter's kid. I have never seen anyone, and I mean anyone, with a saw dust collection kit. Look up saw dust collection. It's complicated and so only someone who is very much into carpentry is going to bother to put one together. It's not impossible, but highly improbable that he had such a system.

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  10. JaneEyre

    JaneEyre Kindness matters - always

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    Hmm. I have yet to meet anyone who uses these. Interesting to find someone who does. Almost everyone I know has power tools and I've never seen this.

    In any case, I am really doubting the contents they are speaking of would have anything to do with a saw. I hope I am not wrong in this case. Frankly, I don't even want to consider what that would mean. Really, I have to step away from that idea for my own sanity, I think.

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  11. oceanblueeyes

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    I do agree with him not being a truck driver, but it is a total misconception that all truck drivers aren't college educated. Many on the roads in today's time are college educated with college degrees. But after finishing college many of them realized they can make much more money being a truck driver with a large company than they ever could in their degree field plus have far better benefits.

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  12. Hippononymous

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    I don't know. My husband had one and he isn't a carpenter or woodworker by trade. Just a hobby.
     
  13. matou

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    All of the power tools mentioned are so noisy. If any of them was used between 3-8 am, there would be so much noise that a neighbor would complain about it IMO. So it makes me think that either the power tool was used BEFORE the 3 am abandonment time or AFTER the police had come to interview Mr. Mathews.
     
  14. PoirotryInMotion

    PoirotryInMotion Registered Muser

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    You are correct, absolutely. Not meaning to lump all into one category.

    From what I've found on WM, though, (and unsure how much I'm allowed post here), he was well-educated not only in India, but apparently attended UTA in 1998. So just thinking he had other irons in the fire here in Texas, too busy to also be doing long-distance trucking.

    (ETA: It's possible I have the wrong Indian Wesley Mathews, but it sure looks like him in the frat photo.)
     
  15. oceanblueeyes

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    I tell my hubby he has more tools than anyone I know. :D Most of his electric power tools do come with a collection bag that is intended to trap the dust from wood shavings or even metal shavings. If he is doing remodeling in our home he uses the collection bags but if he is out in his shop he does not or is doing work outside.

    IMO
     
  16. KelsK

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    I was going off of what the Richardson public information officer, SGT Perlich, had said two or three nights ago while being interviewed. I am in no way accusing the mother of being guilty of anything. I was just saying she stopped cooperating after the first day.


    BANFIELD: And I guess between your comments, I`m going to read between the lines. You gave me a fact pattern that did not include that mysterious road trip, which is extremely curious in this fact pattern. What about his wife, Sini, Sini Matthews? And I don`t know if I`m pronouncing it right.
    It could be Sini Matthews. You`ve interviewed her, as well. What`s your read on the wife, what she knows, what she has said and whether she knows anything at all about this?

    PERLICH: Obviously, we`ve done extensive interviews with her, as well. We`d like to do some additional interviews with her. Unfortunately, the attorney that she has does not wish to do that at this particular time. Our understanding is, from what we`re being told, was that she was asleep during the time that he took the child outside.

    [20:10:04]BANFIELD: You were being told that by Wesley Matthews or by Sini herself that she was asleep?

    PERLICH: By the two of them.

    BANFIELD: And did you feel that the way that was reported to you was believable?

    PERLICH: Well, that`s what we have to work off of and that`s what we`re trying to either prove or disprove. And that`s where we`re at with this particular investigation.

    BANFIELD: Let me ask you this. Polygraph -- did either of them agree to, were they asked to take a poly?

    PERLICH: By the time we got to the point where we would offer a polygraph, they were no longer cooperating with us.

    BANFIELD: So neither one of them is cooperating now. They both lawyered up with separate lawyers, and that`s it for police interviews with these two, who apparently have a missing child somewhere out there, correct?

    PERLICH: That is correct. And so we`re having to work off of the information we were able to gain from them on the initial day that she was reported missing.

    http://www.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1710/16/ptab.01.html

    The entire interview is linked.
     
  17. JaneEyre

    JaneEyre Kindness matters - always

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    This explains why I've never seen one. They are likely used more by hobbyists than professionals. A professional isn't going to cut something in a house, even in the winter. And professionals are going to be cutting so much stuff that it would take more time to continually empty and unclog them that it just makes more sense to use a broom and dust pan followed by a shop vac.

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  18. rsd1200

    rsd1200 If there's no link, it's just my own 2¢.

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    Very popular. My mil still had a set upon her passing, just a few years back. They've never quite gone away (as we can infer from the list). Also, there were a lot of wooden spoons that were taken. I've seen a lot of these come in little crocks, with a whisk, and other kitchen items, and just the regular wooden spoon, for cooking. I think the other child has been interviewed by someone, working with LE, and she's mentioned being spanked with a wooden spoon. So LE has gotten every wooden spoon in the home to try and find dna.
     
  19. divadog

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    my husband is floor covering installer so he uses them in peoples houses all of the time, some of them have a spot where you can connect them to a vacuum so you don't have to empty them all of the time
     
  20. Riice

    Riice Indian Goddess Unravelled

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    That post was me.. My husband is a truck driver.. not WM.. the point was being from India he used to have an extreme fear of the police.. he has mellowed.. but he still has mini panic attacks if he has to deal with them..
     
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