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William Lorenzo Page, Father of Nyia Miangel Page Charged with criminal homicide, kidnapping …

William Lorenzo Page, 23, the father of Nyia Miangel Page whose body was found Sunday at an abandoned playground was charged with criminal homicide, kidnapping, false reports and simple assault.

A man angry his toddler daughter wouldn’t go to bed knocked her unconscious and left her to die outside in single-digit temperatures, police said.

The frozen body of Nyia Miangel Page, who was about to turn 2, was found Sunday at an abandoned playground about a 10-minute walk from the family’s home. Tiny footprints in the snow suggest she had gotten up and wandered around before she died, police said. (AP)

William Lorenzo Page was in jail on unrelated charges. Those charges consisted sexually abusing another child shortly before Nyia died. What a piece of human garbage this one is.

The sexual abuse charge against Page came as police investigated Nyia’s disappearance.

Police said another child in the house told investigators that sometime overnight Friday, Page entered a bedroom, covered the child’s mouth with one hand and touched the child’s genitals with the other. The child said Page then left the room, followed by Nyia, police said.



February 8th, 2007 at 08:02pm Posted by | arrested, child welfare, Crime/Murder, molestation, sex offender | no comments

Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Partners with National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

This idea has been a long time in coming and makes a lot of sense. The TSA will be partnering with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children to distribute AMBER ALERTS at airports nationwide. The more eyes the better. This is a great and welcome idea.

TSA will distribute AMBER Alert messages through the communications system of the national Transportation Security Operations Center (TSOC). As soon as NCMEC is notified that an AMBER Alert has been issued by law enforcement, the TSOC will relay that information to FSDs at relevant airports. FSDs will receive information such as photos and descriptions of the abducted child, the suspect and vehicle. (PR Newswire)

February 8th, 2007 at 11:54am Posted by | child welfare, Missing, Missing Children, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children | no comments

FBI Releases New Details in Kidnapping of Marissa Graham …

An Amber Alert was initially issued for 10 year old Marissa Graham in Oklahoma. She was reportedly abducted by a white male approximately 35–40 years of age. Later the next day Marissa Graham was found safe in Clovis, NM getting away from her abductors vehicle at a gas station. The suspect remained at large.

The FBI has recently released some new information in the case of Marissa Graham’s abduction. The FBI is presently offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to the identification, arrest, and or conviction of the person or persons who kidnapped Marissa.

Graham was abducted about 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 18 while collecting donations for a basketball fundraiser in Texhoma and was driven to Goodwell, Okla., where the suspect stopped near a grain elevator, said FBI agent Michael Ward. “At this point, the suspect is believed to have engaged in a cell phone conversation with an unknown person … (and) inquired as to the media coverage and police response to the abduction,” Ward said. (Examiner-Enterprise)

There seems to be one important change from the initial accounts of the 10 year old’s escape from her abductor. It appears that the kidnapper opened the trunk latch and released Marissa.

When the suspect drove to an Allsup’s convenience store in Clovis, Ward said the man activated the automatic latch for the vehicle’s rear door and let the girl out of the vehicle. The girl then walked into the store and notified store employees, who called police.

FBI Press Release:


(Sorry, error with sketch that was previously posted)

February 8th, 2007 at 12:01am Posted by | abduction, child welfare, Found Alive, kidnapped, Pictures | no comments