Mom withholding info about missing infant, doesn’t seem to be interested in helping the cops find her child Mom withholding info about missing infant, doesn’t seem to be interested in helping the cops find her child
A child is missing and her parents don’t seemed to be concerned but whats worse is that they are withholding information from the authorities... Mom withholding info about missing infant, doesn’t seem to be interested in helping the cops find her child

A child is missing and her parents don’t seemed to be concerned but whats worse is that they are withholding information from the authorities there by making the child’s disappearance both difficult but complicated.

An Arizona couple has been charged as authorities look for “Baby Girl Jackson,” a missing 4-month-old girl born to the woman in Nevada, officials said Monday.

Authorities in Arizona, California and Nevada are involved in the investigation and there are several leads, including the couple’s membership in a Las Vegas church, said Steve Auld, who is a Mohave County, Arizona, attorney’s investigator.

“We’re quite concerned,” Auld said. “If anybody has that baby and knows we’re looking for her, they’re guilty of kidnapping as far as Mohave County is concerned.”

June 1 indictments charge 33-year-old Octavia Jackson and 37-year-old Nicholios Nealy of Fort Mohave with custodial interference and Jackson with perjury and unsworn falsification.

Auld told the Las Vegas Review Journal that Arizona Department of Child Services officials began a child abuse investigation 14 months ago that was focused on Nealy and Jackson, who say they’re married and are the parents of 12- and 13-year-old girls and an 8-year-old boy.

Auld told the paper a Mohave County judge ordered the three children be placed under the care of the state on April 29, 2016. He said during custody and placement hearings for the kids that authorities learned that Jackson had given birth to another daughter at a Las Vegas hospital on Feb. 10.

Auld said Jackson initially denied giving birth earlier this year but later acknowledged she had and withheld additional information. She was reportedly jailed May 24 for contempt of court after allegedly refusing to say where the infant was. Nealy was reportedly jailed on June 7 for failing to turn the infant over to the Department of Child Services, the paper reports.

The name of the infant is unknown. Authorities are calling her “Baby Girl Jackson.” The couple had also lived in the San Diego area, the paper reports.

Both remained in jail and an attorney for Nealy didn’t immediately return a call for comment on the allegations. It’s not known whether Jackson has an attorney who could comment on her behalf.

Spokesman Darren Daronco of the Arizona Department of Child Services said he didn’t immediately have any information to provide.

 

Source: CBS News

Nkasiobi Chukwu

  • Miece

    2017-06-14 #1 Author

    This is beyond sickening . I hope that she is found alive and well and safe. I do not understand how any parent could possible do any harm to there child or any child. Hopefully it’s just a sick joke and someone else has her and they should be charged also for not informing authorities of her disappearance.

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  • Nodja Edmonds

    2017-06-14 #2 Author

    This is heartbreaking ! How could you not care about your missing child, you should have let a loving family adopt her if you didn’t want her in the first place. There are women out here that can’t have children that really want children & the ones that can have children are abusing the privilege.

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  • Tyra Jones

    2017-06-14 #3 Author

    This is just sick. Believe it or not the parents have to have an idea where their child is located. Regardless of the situation, if this is a coached plan (conspiracy), they could have seeped adoption help. Not everyone deserves to be a parent. Some people should have their rights taken then moment they give birth.

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  • Jordan morris

    2017-06-14 #4 Author

    Bad parenting I don’t see how parents could abuse their children like that I wouldn’t be able to go a day without mine

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