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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GrandmaBear

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This case set alarms off for me from the beginning I don't buy the version of events the mother and grandmother are trying to sell everyone. There is no way a 3 year old fell from a three story window unhurt, then walked away to climb a fence and jump in a pool. That alone seems impossible to me but then you add in the fact that in the 911 call the grandmother states that they searched the pool before ever calling 911, plus divers, law enforcement, and on the ground volunteers searched the pool at least 3 times in the days following him going missing. It was only on the 5th day that his body was found, the pool was only half full there is no way he was hidden in there the whole time in my opinion. I don't know where he was before being found but he had to have been placed in the pool after the fact. I wish something would move in this case with the rest of the autopsy results I think knowing that information would give us everything we need to put the rest of this case together.
I agree with you 100 percent. I felt the same way from the start.
 

SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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This case set alarms off for me from the beginning I don't buy the version of events the mother and grandmother are trying to sell everyone. There is no way a 3 year old fell from a three story window unhurt, then walked away to climb a fence and jump in a pool. That alone seems impossible to me but then you add in the fact that in the 911 call the grandmother states that they searched the pool before ever calling 911, plus divers, law enforcement, and on the ground volunteers searched the pool at least 3 times in the days following him going missing. It was only on the 5th day that his body was found, the pool was only half full there is no way he was hidden in there the whole time in my opinion. I don't know where he was before being found but he had to have been placed in the pool after the fact. I wish something would move in this case with the rest of the autopsy results I think knowing that information would give us everything we need to put the rest of this case together.
I don't think I've said WELCOME yet...so :welcome:

Agree 100%. He did NOT fall out of a window. At this point, I think my money's on bathtub drowning. But like you said, the final autopsy should give an answer. Hopefully soon.
 

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