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    I think the mom should be charged with something (child neglect).
    I know as a soon to be mom, I'd never sit in a car and watch my child.
    So many bad things (like in this case) can happen within seconds.
    I hope they find the girl unharmed, but it seems unlikely now.
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    "he had Skittles so he could have made drugs".
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    Yo mama such a ho, that Foursquare has made her vag a place to "check in".

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    https://www.nj.com/cumberland/2020/0...2-letters.html

    Acting on anonymous tips mailed to a casino and library in Ohio, police spent two days searching a snow-covered wooded area for missing Bridgeton 5-year-old Dulce Maria Alavez, but no evidence was found despite using K-9s and drones, a detective there told NJ Advance Media on Monday.

    Austintown, Ohio, police scoured 30 to 40 acres near a Hollywood Gaming casino and horse racing track using two cadaver dogs, according to Austintown Detective Lt. Jordan Yacovone. The drones used for the aerial search were equipped with infrared technology, Yacovone said.

    Up to 10 officers took part in the searches Friday and Saturday.

    Apart from confirming the tips were mailed to the casino and Austintown Library, Yacovone declined to comment on the contents of the letters.

    The two-page, handwritten letter was received by the library within the last week and a half, according to Janet Loew, the library’s community and public relations director. She also declined to discuss the contents of the letter, but noted that much if it was illegible.
    The area searched by Ohio police, located close to the Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley Race Course, is snow-covered currently and additional searches may be conducted once the weather warms up, Yacovone said.

    He noted that this is one of hundreds of tips authorities searching for Dulce have received in the investigation and each one needs to be pursued.

    “We just don’t blow it off. We investigate every tip,” Yacovone said. “What we’re doing is dotting our i’s and crossing our t’s."

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    https://www.nj.com/cumberland/2020/0...ce-alavez.html

    Police in Ohio are investigating a third anonymous letter received regarding the disappearance of New Jersey 5-year-old Dulce Maria Alavez, who has been missing more than five months.

    Austintown, Ohio, authorities are already investigating a letter mailed to a local library and an index card mailed to a casino regarding Dulce.

    A search conducted over the weekend near the casino based on information provided in the card turned up nothing, Austintown Detective Lt. Jordan Yacovone told NJ Advance Media.

    Dulce was reported missing from a Bridgeton park during a family outing on Sept. 16. The case has made national headlines and a reward stands at $75,000.

    Police in Weathersfield Township, Ohio, about six miles from Austintown, have now received a similar index card regarding Dulce, but Yacovone referred questions about that case to Weathersfield police. The card contained different information, he said.

    Weathersfield police did not respond to questions on Tuesday.

    Based on the handwriting, the two items received by Austintown police appear to have been written by the same person.

    The two-page letter sent to the library referenced Dulce, the investigation in New Jersey and an episode of the “Dr. Phil” TV program that focused on the case. Dulce’s mother was interviewed for that show last year.

    The information in the letter was the sort anyone could find from a quick internet search, Yacovone said, and didn’t reference locations in Ohio. The index card, however, offered details that were specific to the Austintown area, which is located in eastern Ohio, close to the Pennsylvania border.

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    I saw one of these a couple of weeks ago when they sent our last batch of coupons.

    https://www.nj.com/cumberland/2020/0...pon-books.html

    The search for missing Bridgeton 5-year-old Dulce Maria Alavez is hitting millions of mailboxes across the nation thanks to a long-running partnership.

    The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children collaborates with coupon distribution giant Valassis, which sends out coupon booklets via direct mail and newspapers inserts. Each week, the packet includes a “Have You Seen Me?” box with a photo and information about a missing child.

    The current child shown is Dulce, who was reported missing from Bridgeton City Park during a family outing on Sept. 16. Her disappearance sparked an Amber alert and a reward stands at $75,000.

    The FBI is working with local, county and state agencies to locate the child.

    “Valassis has been one of our longest-term partners,” said John Bischoff, acting vice president of the missing children division at the national center. “For us, it’s an enormous asset.”

    Since the mid-1980s, the coupon packets have included the familiar missing child feature for an important reason.

    While technology has evolved and the center shares information across various platforms, the key remains getting those photos in front of as many eyes as possible, Bischoff said.

    The write-up includes a toll-free hotline — 1-800-843-5678 — where people can call with tips. Each child is featured for several weeks at a time.

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