OH BRAYLEN NOBLE: Missing from Toledo, OH - 4 Sept 2020 - Age 3 *Found Deceased*

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Police, firefighters searching Swan Creek near Byrne Road for missing 3-year-old

Toledo Police and Fire & Rescue crews are searching for a 3-year-old boy who went missing at Friday afternoon at Hunter's Ridge Apartments.

According to police, Braylen's mother suspects he fell out of a third-story window.

Crews including divers and K-9 are currently searching in the woods and creek nearby.


TPD, Toledo Fire searching for missing nonverbal 3-year-old

Toledo Police and Fire are searching for a missing 3-year-old boy this afternoon and also are asking for the public's help in locating the missing toddler in south Toledo.
Braylen Noble, 3, was reported missing on Friday from the 3400 block of Gibraltar Heights Drive at the Hunters Ridge apartments. His mother called police to say the boy apparently fell out of a third-floor window and she couldn't find him, police said.

The child last was seen wearing a long-sleeved red and white Mickey Mouse shirt.

Toledo Police and Fire personnel have been searching for the boy since 12:25 p.m. Friday.

Braylen is nonverbal, police said. Toledo Police and Fire personnel are searching the areas of South Byrne Road and Airport Highway, and the area by the apartment complex in the 3400 block of Gibraltar Heights Drive.

Officers and detectives are now conducting door-to-door searches of the entire apartment complex, police said at 2:42 p.m.

Also assisting police and fire personnel with the search are Toledo Metroparks Officers. Teams are conducting an area search of surrounding buildings, dumpsters, under vehicles and more, police say.

Drones have been deployed to assist the search and Toledo Fire and Rescue Department's water rescue unit is also on Swan Creek to help search. K9 units are also being employed to help search.

Police say the child's mother has been taken to the Safety Building as a matter of protocol in such search situations.


MEDIA - BRAYLEN NOBLE: Missing from Toledo, OH since 4 Sept 2020 - Age 3
 
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SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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Community responds to guilty pleas in the case of Braylen Noble​

“What is important to know in the end is that neither of these women were charged with the actual death. It was indeed an accident. I don’t think there’s anyone involved in this case that would think otherwise,” said Kurt Bruderly, Johnson’s lawyer.”

Both Ms. Johnson as well as Ms. Cox have suffered an inordinate amount of pain and suffering, and they are still grieving.

“I know it may be difficult for some people to understand. Some people believe that they were involved in his passing, but to know you essentially lost a child. He ended up coming up deceased is every parent’s greatest fear,”


At Hunter’s Ridge Apartments, the scene of the crime, some people in the community feel like the two should be facing a harsher punishment.

“I feel like they could’ve gotten a longer time because it innocent child got killed. Two years, I don’t think it’s enough,” said a community member who preferred to remain anonymous.

“I’m glad that they’re finally getting something, but because of the obscurity that the story has, I feel like they definitely could have a much longer sentence,” said Andrew Reed, who lives at Hunter’s Ridge.

Both Cox and Johnson are scheduled to be sentenced on November 14th.
 

GrandmaBear

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Community responds to guilty pleas in the case of Braylen Noble​

“What is important to know in the end is that neither of these women were charged with the actual death. It was indeed an accident. I don’t think there’s anyone involved in this case that would think otherwise,” said Kurt Bruderly, Johnson’s lawyer.”

Both Ms. Johnson as well as Ms. Cox have suffered an inordinate amount of pain and suffering, and they are still grieving.

“I know it may be difficult for some people to understand. Some people believe that they were involved in his passing, but to know you essentially lost a child. He ended up coming up deceased is every parent’s greatest fear,”


At Hunter’s Ridge Apartments, the scene of the crime, some people in the community feel like the two should be facing a harsher punishment.

“I feel like they could’ve gotten a longer time because it innocent child got killed. Two years, I don’t think it’s enough,” said a community member who preferred to remain anonymous.

“I’m glad that they’re finally getting something, but because of the obscurity that the story has, I feel like they definitely could have a much longer sentence,” said Andrew Reed, who lives at Hunter’s Ridge.

Both Cox and Johnson are scheduled to be sentenced on November 14th.
I don't know how to feel and NOTHING convinces me this was an accident either.

At least grandma says she is guilty, mom won't even go there.

So wiped and tired, I can't quite wrap my head around what the pineapple means as it relates to this case. Or what it proves...

This little boy deserves justice, I guess he got or will get a very SMALL measure of it.

The defense atty. says he doesn't think anyone related to this case thinks this was anything but an accident. Really? I haven't seen any such proof of that.
 

Mel70

I miss you Oreo.
Obstruction of justice. ATTEMPTED child endangering?
If he really "fell out a window", I'm pretty sure that was successful child endangerment.
2.5 years max. :(
He would have gotten hurt falling out of a window. And would be screaming. 30 MONTHS?! AND ALFORD PLEAS ALLOWED?! WTH?!!!. And for it to be the mother and grandmother. Nice family values. How about 30 YEARS?!.
 

SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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So wiped and tired, I can't quite wrap my head around what the pineapple means as it relates to this case. Or what it proves...
The only thing the pineapple really tells us is that he died within a few hours of eating it. They said he had pineapple for breakfast, so that would put a time of death a few hours after breakfast, whenever that was.
He was apparently last seen around noon that day, so it doesn't really tell us much. If he had eaten it for breakfast but the story was that he disappeared that evening, that would be a red herring.
 

Guess Who

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The only thing the pineapple really tells us is that he died within a few hours of eating it. They said he had pineapple for breakfast, so that would put a time of death a few hours after breakfast, whenever that was.
He was apparently last seen around noon that day, so it doesn't really tell us much. If he had eaten it for breakfast but the story was that he disappeared that evening, that would be a red herring.
and that at least they were telling the truth about that part of whatever happened.
 

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