MI NOAH JORDAN: Missing from Byron Township, MI - 1 May 2022 - Age 1 *Found Deceased*

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Kent County Sheriff's Office search for missing 1-year-old boy
A 1-year-old Byron Township boy was reported missing on Sunday afternoon, the Kent County Sheriff's Office said.

The Sheriff's Office asked for the public's help looking for Noah Alan Jordan.

Noah was last seen in the 6000 block of Fork Avenue southwest around 11:05 a.m. He has blonde hair, blue eyes, was wearing pajamas, and is non-verbal.

As of 5 p.m. Sunday, Noah is still missing, according to the Kent County Sheriff's Office.

Several search and rescue crews have been searching for Noah, according to investigators.

The Kent County Search and Rescue Team are looking for Noah on land while the Kent County Sheriff's Office Marine Unit searched in Buck Creek.

Drones have been used to search the area and multiple fire and law enforcement agencies are expected to help with the search.

There have been no indications of suspicious activity, according to the Sheriff's Office.


Searchers looking for 1-year-old boy missing in Byron Township​

According to deputies, Noah Alan Jordan is almost 2 years old with blond hair and blue eyes and is missing from the 6000 block of Fork Avenue SW — in the area of Division & M-6. The boy was last seen around 11:05 a.m. Sunday wearing pajamas and was reported missing by his family.

Active searches were being conducted at several areas around Division & M-6 on Sunday afternoon. The areas included Ideal Park, the Cutler Estates neighborhood and a creek on the property where the child was last seen.

Aerial drones, boats and canine units all were involved in the searches.

Police are also going door-to-door looking for the boy.

No word yet on what led up to the toddler's disappearance.


MEDIA - NOAH JORDAN: Missing from Byron Township, MI since 1 May 2022 - Age 1
 
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GrandmaBear

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Almost two and nonverbal. Hard to know if they mean he doesn't talk because of his age (younger than two) or because he is nonverbal.

"a creek on the property where the child was last seen."

Who saw him I wonder and what did they do? No idea who so no judgment of anyone, too little info, but if I saw a toddler that age near a creek alone, I wouldn't be driving or walking by...
 

SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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Almost two and nonverbal. Hard to know if they mean he doesn't talk because of his age (younger than two) or because he is nonverbal.

"a creek on the property where the child was last seen."

Who saw him I wonder and what did they do? No idea who so no judgment of anyone, too little info, but if I saw a toddler that age near a creek alone, I wouldn't be driving or walking by...
"The property where the child was last seen". He was last seen on the property / general area. Not specifically at the creek. The creek is on the property, where he was last seen.
But yes, the creek is very concerning and I hate to say probably where he is.
 

GrandmaBear

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"The property where the child was last seen". He was last seen on the property / general area. Not specifically at the creek. The creek is on the property, where he was last seen.
But yes, the creek is very concerning and I hate to say probably where he is.
I took it the other way which I guess just shows wording can make a difference. I took it as {a creek on the property) is where the child was last seen. I also think it is likely as we have seen so many where it is the water. We also have seen so many where someone wants it believed that is what happened and the child was put in water.

There is little info here so not judging but of course the first thought is this is a child less than two years old. At no time should they be untended outside, NOT that it couldn't have been unintentional and the child got out of the home but I'd sure like to know the time frame of realizing a child this age was missing. Pajamas at 11 a.m. which is possible don't get me wrong. It is an age though that should be watched constantly or at least checked on in mere minutes tops and realized missing. It doesn't sound like it was in the overnight sleeping hours which might be understandable, parents have to sleep some time.

But again, no real info yet that I saw so I'm not leaning in any direction.
 

SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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Water search suspended for missing 1-year-old​

Deputies say Noah Alan Jordan was last seen in a mobile home park near Division Avenue South and M-6 around 11:05 a.m. He was wearing blue, gray and black camouflage pajamas and has blond hair and blue eyes.

“Parents reported their almost 2-year-old, Noah, went missing after they couldn’t find him around the home. So Kent County sheriff’s deputies initially responded to help look for him in and around that home,” Sgt. Eric Brunner said. “Since they weren’t able to find him immediately in that area they started calling in more resources and to continue to expand that search outward. Noah was last seen wearing a blue onesie. Blue, gray and black camouflage were the colors with that. He is nonverbal.”

Multiple agencies spent hours canvassing the area looking for him, including trained search and rescue volunteers. Some emergency personnel searched in nearby Buck Creek. Brunner said they found footprints near the shoreline but couldn’t confirm they were those of the missing toddler.

The sheriff’s office in a press release sent around 9 p.m. said it is suspending the water search for the night. It said it will continue in the morning. It said the creek “is flowing higher and faster than normal” and recommended residents stay away from the water.

“Due to the lighting conditions for crews and their safety,” Brunner said. “It’s difficult to see at this point in time. However we do anticipate starting those up bright and early tomorrow morning.”

They are still searching on the ground and in the air, deputies say. Emergency personnel have been using drones to help in the search.



The sheriff’s office said the parents are distraught but continue to cooperate with investigators.

“Often times kids just wander away, one minute you see them and the next minute you don’t, so there’s nothing to lead us to believe that there was anything suspicious or criminal in nature,” Brunner said.
 

GrandmaBear

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Water search suspended for missing 1-year-old​

Deputies say Noah Alan Jordan was last seen in a mobile home park near Division Avenue South and M-6 around 11:05 a.m. He was wearing blue, gray and black camouflage pajamas and has blond hair and blue eyes.

“Parents reported their almost 2-year-old, Noah, went missing after they couldn’t find him around the home. So Kent County sheriff’s deputies initially responded to help look for him in and around that home,” Sgt. Eric Brunner said. “Since they weren’t able to find him immediately in that area they started calling in more resources and to continue to expand that search outward. Noah was last seen wearing a blue onesie. Blue, gray and black camouflage were the colors with that. He is nonverbal.”

Multiple agencies spent hours canvassing the area looking for him, including trained search and rescue volunteers. Some emergency personnel searched in nearby Buck Creek. Brunner said they found footprints near the shoreline but couldn’t confirm they were those of the missing toddler.

The sheriff’s office in a press release sent around 9 p.m. said it is suspending the water search for the night. It said it will continue in the morning. It said the creek “is flowing higher and faster than normal” and recommended residents stay away from the water.

“Due to the lighting conditions for crews and their safety,” Brunner said. “It’s difficult to see at this point in time. However we do anticipate starting those up bright and early tomorrow morning.”

They are still searching on the ground and in the air, deputies say. Emergency personnel have been using drones to help in the search.



The sheriff’s office said the parents are distraught but continue to cooperate with investigators.

“Often times kids just wander away, one minute you see them and the next minute you don’t, so there’s nothing to lead us to believe that there was anything suspicious or criminal in nature,” Brunner said.
Well he is under the age of two and going into an overnight.

And it seems almost tired to say it but last seen in the mobile home park by whom? Is that an independent sighting of someone other than whoever reported him missing?

Again not enough here to draw any conclusion so I'm not but there also isn't anything to affirm there is no reason to wonder when he was last seen by someone independent as there is no clue as to who last saw him and when and whether it is video evidence or alleged by someone.

All I know is less than 2 years old and even though not winter, it is Michigan and it will be a very cool night and a less than two year old knows not a thing about surviving.
 

SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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Body of missing 1-year-old found in Kent County creek​

The body of a missing 1-year-old boy was found Monday, May 2, in Buck Creek in Byron Township.

Noah Alan Jordan, who was nearly 2 years old, went missing Sunday morning. His body was found around 9 a.m. Monday, about a mile north of where rescuers believe he went into the water.

“It’s always hard with kids, especially,” Kent County sheriff’s Sgt. Eric Brunner said. “You work extra hard.”


Body of missing 1-year-old found​

The body of a 1-year-old boy who went missing Sunday has been found.

Around 9 a.m. Monday, crews found the body of Noah Alan Jordan in Buck Creek near Clay Avenue and 54th Street, about a mile north of Cutler Estates, the Kent County Sheriff’s Office said.

“Obviously it’s very difficult time for a family, for the community to find out that Noah did not survive,” Sgt. Eric Brunner said. “…Our investigators are with that family, walking alongside them at this time. It’s a time of grieving and a difficult process so we’re going to provide whatever support we can.”
 

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