CA NOAH McINTOSH: Missing from Corona, CA - 6 March 2019 - Age 8

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Noah is an 8 year old boy who was last seen in the 4600 block of Temescal Canyon in Corona, California. His whereabouts are unknown.

NamUs: https://www.namus.gov/MissingPersons/Case#/56047




8-Year-Old Corona Boy Missing, Parents Arrested On Child Abuse Charges

Authorities Thursday were looking for a missing 8-year-old Corona boy whose father and mother have been arrested on child abuse charges.

Corona police report that Noah McIntosh was last seen two weeks ago in the 4600 block of Temescal Canyon Road.

Investigators were first notified of the missing boy at about 7:30 a.m. Tuesday. After speaking with his mother, they made several unsuccessful attempts to contact Noah’s father, Bryce McIntosh.

At around 8 a.m. Wednesday, officers served a search warranted at Bryce’s apartment, located at the Encanto Apartment Homes at 4593 Temescal Canyon Rd., where they found both him and the couple’s 11-year-old daughter safe, but no sign of Noah, police said.


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SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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Corona man bought acid, drain opener and bolt cutters around time son disappeared, records show

The father of a missing 8-year-old Corona boy who has been charged with murder in the child’s death purchased bolt cutters, four gallons of muriatic acid, a 32-gallon trash can and several bottles of drain opener around the time his son was last seen in early March, law enforcement officials wrote in court records.

Bryce McIntosh, 32, pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to a murder charge with a special circumstance allegation of torture in connection to his son Noah McIntosh’s disappearance. Detectives said last week they found evidence that indicates Noah is dead and links McIntosh to the crime, but did not provide details at the time. Noah’s body has not been found.

A declaration in support of an arrest warrant for McIntosh filed in Riverside County Superior Court last week details authorities’ investigation into Noah’s disappearance and what police allege is a history of abuse inflicted on the boy by his father. Noah’s mother, Jillian Godfrey, 36, remains in custody on child abuse charges, though she is not suspected in her son’s death, officials said.

Noah’s 10-year-old sister, whose name is redacted in court records, told police she saw her brother handcuffed in a bathtub filled with cold water. Authorities also found notes on Godfrey’s cellphone where they said she was documenting McIntosh abusing their son.https://www.facebook.com/dialog/sha...om/news/2019/03/bryce-mcintosh/&display=popup
 

SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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Corona Father Pleads Not Guilty to Murder Charge in Torture Killing of 8-Year-Old Noah McIntosh

The Corona man accused of torturing and killing his 8-year-old son appeared on Wednesday morning in a Riverside County courtroom where he pleaded not guilty to a count of murder, authorities said.

Prosecutors have charged 32-year-old Bryce McIntosh with first-degree murder in the slaying of Noah McIntosh, whose body has not yet been found.

The charge includes a special circumstance of torture, making the defendant potentially eligible for the death penalty, according to the Riverside County District Attorney's Office.




Mother of Missing Boy Pleads Not Guilty to Child Endangerment After Son Presumed Dead

A Corona woman whose 8-year-old son was allegedly killed by her husband after numerous acts of abuse that investigators say she witnessed but did nothing to stop pleaded not guilty Monday to felony child endangerment.

Godfrey, who is being held in lieu of $500,000 bail at the Robert Presley Jail in Riverside, was charged last month alongside 32-year-old Bryce Daniel McIntosh, the father of her son and 11-year-old daughter.




Mother of Noah McIntosh pleads not guilty to child cruelty charge

Jillian Godfrey of Corona pleaded not guilty Monday, April 15 to a charge of child cruelty against her 8-year-old son, Noah McIntosh, whom authorities have declared missing and believe is dead.


That same document says the mother recounted to authorities that she had heard Noah asking his father why he was hurting him after Bryce McIntosh took him into the apartment’s bathroom.https://www.pe.com/2019/04/15/mothe...-to-child-cruelty-charge/?share=facebook&nb=1
 

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Social workers dismissed 2 years of abuse claims for slain Corona boy

In the two years before Noah McIntosh of Corona went missing and presumably died, Riverside County social workers investigated reports that the young boy had his hands zip-tied behind his back and was dunked in cold water and that he showed up to school without pants.

Investigators found those reports unsubstantiated or inconclusive and kept him with his father, Bryce McIntosh, who has since been charged with the 8-year-old boy’s torture-murder and with child cruelty.


The earliest recorded visit in Riverside County was in August 2017, when Noah was reported to have had to sit in a bathtub all day and was forced to eat a laxative and sit in soiled pants.

The investigation also included a statement alleged to have been made by the father, that he would flush his child’s head down the toilet.

While the last complaint in February 2018 was about Noah and his sister’s sleeping arrangements, the next visit came from authorities in March 2019, after his mother reported him missing.


First encounter

The documents obtained Wednesday include a police interview with Noah on Aug. 24, 2017, at a school six days after the CPS report about claims of forced bathtub sitting and laxative abuse.

When the unidentified officer asks Noah about zip ties, he said his father “puts them on me” and then dunks him underwater because he doesn’t “pee on the potty,” adding that the zip ties are made behind his back, and that he also tied his feet.

He also told the officer that his father put him in cold water in the bathtub, then put his head in the water. “He said it makes him feel ‘kinda nervous’” because he was blindfolded by his father, according to the report.

Second encounter

On Nov. 9, 2017, Noah allegedly came to school wearing a Pull-Up diaper, shirt and shoes, but no pants.

The father said Noah had been peeing his pants.

“If he wants to be a baby, I’m sending him to school in a diaper,” Bryce McIntosh said, according to the report.
 

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Mother of missing California boy pleads guilty to 2 counts of child cruelty

Jillian Godfrey, the mother of 8-year-old Noah McIntosh who went missing and authorities say they presume was slain, has pleaded guilty to two charges of child cruelty, with the details of the plea sealed by the court.

Asked Thursday if Godfrey had agreed to cooperate with prosecutors in the case against Bryce McIntosh, Riverside County District Attorney’s Office spokesman John Hall said he could not comment, because the plea form was ordered sealed by a judge.

Godfrey is scheduled to be sentenced April 3.https://www.eastbaytimes.com/2019/1...-counts-of-child-cruelty/?share=facebook&nb=1
 

GarAndMo39

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Social workers dismissed 2 years of abuse claims for slain Corona boy

In the two years before Noah McIntosh of Corona went missing and presumably died, Riverside County social workers investigated reports that the young boy had his hands zip-tied behind his back and was dunked in cold water and that he showed up to school without pants.

Investigators found those reports unsubstantiated or inconclusive and kept him with his father, Bryce McIntosh, who has since been charged with the 8-year-old boy’s torture-murder and with child cruelty.


The earliest recorded visit in Riverside County was in August 2017, when Noah was reported to have had to sit in a bathtub all day and was forced to eat a laxative and sit in soiled pants.

The investigation also included a statement alleged to have been made by the father, that he would flush his child’s head down the toilet.

While the last complaint in February 2018 was about Noah and his sister’s sleeping arrangements, the next visit came from authorities in March 2019, after his mother reported him missing.


First encounter

The documents obtained Wednesday include a police interview with Noah on Aug. 24, 2017, at a school six days after the CPS report about claims of forced bathtub sitting and laxative abuse.

When the unidentified officer asks Noah about zip ties, he said his father “puts them on me” and then dunks him underwater because he doesn’t “pee on the potty,” adding that the zip ties are made behind his back, and that he also tied his feet.

He also told the officer that his father put him in cold water in the bathtub, then put his head in the water. “He said it makes him feel ‘kinda nervous’” because he was blindfolded by his father, according to the report.

Second encounter

On Nov. 9, 2017, Noah allegedly came to school wearing a Pull-Up diaper, shirt and shoes, but no pants.
The father said Noah had been peeing his pants.

“If he wants to be a baby, I’m sending him to school in a diaper,” Bryce McIntosh said, according to the report.
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Sllywbbt32

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I believe that the apparently BLIND social workers should be charged with something in this case. The father clearly admits to some of the abuse and they find the claims unsubstantiated or inconclusive?? What kind of evidence do they need....a phone call from a parent to come watch abuse happen?

This case makes me cry every time I see anything written about it because it was preventable! This poor sweet child lost his life and it never should have happened!

I'm sorry that you were overlooked Noah, your life had value and someone should have protected you.
 

GrandmaBear

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I believe that the apparently BLIND social workers should be charged with something in this case. The father clearly admits to some of the abuse and they find the claims unsubstantiated or inconclusive?? What kind of evidence do they need....a phone call from a parent to come watch abuse happen?

This case makes me cry every time I see anything written about it because it was preventable! This poor sweet child lost his life and it never should have happened!

I'm sorry that you were overlooked Noah, your life had value and someone should have protected you.

I followed this case from the beginning and the facts are horrid. Part of me regretted reading about it but once I did, I care too much to not follow it for justice.

The father is a monster imo. The mother as well the way it appears. This should have never happened, this poor child.
 

KareBear

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I get the feeling that Noah would not have been the first person that his father used zip-ties on... if he was, he wouldn't be the last. It speaks volumes of this 'so-called' man's devious inner-desires. IMO, he would definitely be on a suspect list for local violence and/or rape cases- why else would your mind even go there? Time to reprimand a child, gotta grab the zip ties, seriously!?
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I wholeheartedly hope this guy gets what he deserves in the pin.
 

GrandmaBear

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I get the feeling that Noah would not have been the first person that his father used zip-ties on... if he was, he wouldn't be the last. It speaks volumes of this 'so-called' man's devious inner-desires. IMO, he would definitely be on a suspect list for local violence and/or rape cases- why else would your mind even go there? Time to reprimand a child, gotta grab the zip ties, seriously!?
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I wholeheartedly hope this guy gets what he deserves in the pin.

I would have to refresh myself but Noah had bathroom issues and I think his bladder or something was outside his body? They took these children from her parents' care who had from all I know raised both and dealt well with Noah AND LOVED THEM. If she had just went off with this creep and left the children with her parents! This case was one of the worst I have ever read for details, although sadly, we all know more than a few.
 

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Lawsuit filed against Riverside County in disappearance, death of Corona boy

A lawsuit has been filed against Riverside County alleging social workers ignored clear evidence of neglect and suspected extensive abuse leading up to the disappearance and presumed death of 8-year-old Noah McIntosh.

The civil claim filed in Riverside Superior Court on behalf of Noah’s sister names the county itself and five social workers, alleging they “willfully turned a blind eye to the abuse and neglect and simply decided not to do their jobs.”


Riverside County Superior Court Judge Matthew C. Perantoni during a 2019 hearing said social workers knew that Noah was being abused but failed to protect him.

Previously released documents show that social workers checked on Noah at least three times during the two years leading up to his disappearance, investigating reports that he had his hands zip-tied behind his back and was dunked in cold water and that he showed up to school without pants. Investigators reportedly classified those reports as unsubstantiated or inconclusive, and left Noah with his father.

Attorney Roger Booth, whose Torrance-based law firm filed the lawsuit, said the social workers seemed to believe that at least some of the abuse had occurred, but chose not to pursue the allegations.

“They just walked away,” Booth said. “The reason seems to be they couldn’t get any cooperation from the parents.”

The newly filed lawsuit alleges that Noah’s sister, Chloe, was forced to help her father in carrying out the “torture” of Noah, while also “being subjected to her own physical and psychological abuse.” The lawsuit also contends that “it would have been clear to any reasonable social worker that the father was dangerous.”

“However, they failed to provide any protection whatsoever,” the lawsuit says. “In fact, they made the situation worse by demonstrating to the father and to the rest of the family that the father could continue torturing the children with impunity. When the social workers failed to carry out their mandatory duties and closed their investigations, they knew that they were almost certainly subjecting the children to ongoing severe abuse and neglect, but they willfully turned a blind eye to the incalculable harm that this would cause the children.”
 

GrandmaBear

‘We Have Nothing to Fear Except Fear Itself'
I go both ways on the "system". This case though is one that has to be set far apart imo.

I followed this case from the start and the details and what this child went through are still hard to think about. All are bad but this was one that was so horrid... AJ Freund is another...

And in Noah and his sister's case, they had grandparents that would have done anything to have them who they HAD lived with.

Very sad. And Noah has never been found and likely won't be based on details that I don't want to think about....
 

Sllywbbt32

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I'm happy that there's a lawsuit against the county. Someone needs to pay for letting Noah (and Chloe) down!

I haven't read anything but I hope that Chloe is back in her grandparents loving care. She's going to need support and therapy to help with what she was forced to endure at the hands of her parents.

I think about Noah all the time and I'm going to make sure to keep track of this case to see justice served against the county and the POS people that called themselves parents.
 

GrandmaBear

‘We Have Nothing to Fear Except Fear Itself'
I'm happy that there's a lawsuit against the county. Someone needs to pay for letting Noah (and Chloe) down!

I haven't read anything but I hope that Chloe is back in her grandparents loving care. She's going to need support and therapy to help with what she was forced to endure at the hands of her parents.

I think about Noah all the time and I'm going to make sure to keep track of this case to see justice served against the county and the POS people that called themselves parents.
I hope she is with the grandparents as well. As far as I could tell, the children were safe and cared for there.
 

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