LA NEVAEH ALLEN: Missing from Baton Rouge, LA - 24 Sept 2021 - Age 2 *Found Deceased*


Search underway for 2-year-old who disappeared at apartment complex​

Detectives with the Baton Rouge Police Department are searching an apartment complex for a missing toddler on Friday, Sept. 24.

Neveah Allen, 2, was last seen around noon at an apartment complex on West La Belle Avenue, which is off Florida Boulevard, according to BRPD.

Helicopters are assisting in the search.

According to Lanaya Cardwell the mother of the Neveah, she was at work when she got a call the baby wandered off from the apartment.

Cardwell says the baby was asleep on the couch for a nap when the mom’s boyfriend woke up and saw Neveah was gone.

She was last seen wearing a yellow dress with pineapples.

According to the mom, the door was left open when she left but that “she (Naveah) is not the type to wander off,” said Cardwell.

MEDIA - NEVEAH ALLEN: Missing from Baton Rouge, LA since 24 Sept 2021 - Age 2
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The Nevaeh Allen case: How a fatal blow, coverup led to the 2-year-old's death, police say​

When the 3-year-old girl told relatives that her 2-year-old sister Nevaeh Allen was “in the forest,” no one knew what to make of it.

Days later, law enforcement revealed their narrative about Nevaeh’s disappearance, and it became clear what the girl meant.

Despite the coroner’s initial findings, East Baton Rouge District Attorney Hillar Moore III cautioned that final autopsy results can take weeks, adding that details known about the case may change as police continue their investigation.

“There are a lot of other pieces of potential evidence still out there,” Moore said. “We still have a long way to go.”
A 3 year old knew this about her 2 year old sister???!!!! What is WRONG with people! %$#&#&%$

Out of the mouths of babes. She told relatives. At that young age she knew it was significant or odd... Imo. Seeing RED...


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Ascension Parish mortuary donates services for Nevaeh Allen​

An Ascension Parish mortuary donated all of its services to the family of Nevaeh Allen, a 2-year-old girl from Baton Rouge.

The Hambrick Family Mortuary in Gonzales has been serving families in the area since 1975.

In a social media post, the family offered sincere thoughts and prayers to Allen's family and friends during their trying times.


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Nevaeh Allen’s family launches foundation to help families, honor kids that die due to child abuse​

The family of Neveah Allen is honoring the toddler’s legacy in a special way.

Marcus Allen, Nevaeh’s father, and Ebony Hunt, a family friend, launched a new foundation called “Heaven Has a Playground”.

The purpose is to help families in the Baton Rouge area who have lost a child due to neglect and abuse.

“The foundation is just something to live on forever so people can know her name and her story,” Hunt said.

The name of the foundation was chosen since Nevaeh is “heaven” spelled backward.

Hunt says the plan is to do giveaways, hold programs and financially support these families, but the goal is to eventually expand and help anyone who may have lost a child.

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