AMBER Alert NOEL RODRIGUEZ-ALVAREZ: Missing from Everman, TX - November 2022 - Age 6

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Amber Alert issued for missing 6-year-old from Everman, Texas​

An Amber Alert has been issued for missing 6-year-old Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez from Everman, Texas.

Everman police say he has not been seen by his family since November of 2022 and that he suffers from physical and developmental challenges. Family members are concerned for his safety.

Police believe he may have been abducted by his mother Cindy Rodruguez-Singh , 37, and that she may also be accompanied by her six other children. Police have issued a warrant for her arrest.

Police say she was last known to be driving a gray 2012 Chevrolet Silverado, license plate number PLS7091.

The truck has a unique mural of Santa Muerte across the entire back window.


Authorities in Everman search for 6-year-old missing since November​

Police in Everman, Texas, issued an Amber Alert Saturday after they were notified by Child Protective Services of a missing 6-year-old child named Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez.

“Family members have expressed great concern for his safety,” said the Everman Police Department. “Information was received that the child may be with his father located in Mexico. Authorities have determined that information was false. The Mother has since absconded and law enforcement has been unable to locate her.”


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Media - NOEL RODRIGUEZ-ALVAREZ: Missing from Everman, TX - November 2022 - Age 6
 
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Author: wfaa.com
Published: 8:13 AM CDT March 26, 2023
Updated: 8:13 AM CDT March 26, 2023

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Video at link. ~Summer
 
Found safe


Authorities did not immediately disclose how and where Noel was found, as well as his condition. No arrests were reported after the alert was discontinued on Sunday.
 
Confusing communications. Not sure which one is accurate!


BY OLIVIA LEACH
MARCH 25, 2023 / 10:34 PM / CBS TEXAS

EVERMAN (CBSNewsTexas.com) — Have you seen Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez? Police have issued an Endangered Missing Alert for the 6-year-old from Everman, Texas.

Everman police say Rodriguez-Alvarez has several physical and developmental challenges. His mother Cindy Rodriguez-Singh is not cooperating with their investigation.

Police issued an Amber Alert for Rodriguez-Alvarez on Saturday, March 25 but have been unable to locate him and are seeking the public's help.

"We were initially contacted by CPS on Thursday evening regarding this case. CPS had informed us that they had attempted to make contact with the mother of the child and had learned that she had taken the children from school and had not returned to school that day. That's when the concern began," said Everman Police Chief Craig Spencer.

Everman police say when they checked the family's home, they didn't find Noel. His mother told them the 6-year-old was with his father in Mexico, but CPS later discovered that wasn't true. Family members told CPS they haven't seen little Noel since last November.
 

Police: 6-year-old Texas boy still missing as family flees country​

A search for a missing boy from North Texas continues after police said his family has left the country.

Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez, 6, was reported missing Saturday morning when an AMBER Alert was issued. The alert was discontinued that night, but Everman police coordinated an Endangered Missing Alert for Noel instead.

According to police, the alert was changed once they discovered that his mom, stepdad, and siblings all fled the country on a Turkish Airlinesflight bound for Istanbul, Turkey on March 23.

"Six-year-old Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez is still missing," police said Sunday. "Noel suffers from multiple disabilities...and chronic lung disease, which requires oxygen at times."
 
Confusing communications. Not sure which one is accurate!


BY OLIVIA LEACH
MARCH 25, 2023 / 10:34 PM / CBS TEXAS

EVERMAN (CBSNewsTexas.com) — Have you seen Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez? Police have issued an Endangered Missing Alert for the 6-year-old from Everman, Texas.

Everman police say Rodriguez-Alvarez has several physical and developmental challenges. His mother Cindy Rodriguez-Singh is not cooperating with their investigation.

Police issued an Amber Alert for Rodriguez-Alvarez on Saturday, March 25 but have been unable to locate him and are seeking the public's help.

"We were initially contacted by CPS on Thursday evening regarding this case. CPS had informed us that they had attempted to make contact with the mother of the child and had learned that she had taken the children from school and had not returned to school that day. That's when the concern began," said Everman Police Chief Craig Spencer.

Everman police say when they checked the family's home, they didn't find Noel. His mother told them the 6-year-old was with his father in Mexico, but CPS later discovered that wasn't true. Family members told CPS they haven't seen little Noel since last November.
So CPS only made contact it SOUNDS like due to her removing the other children from school Family says he hasn't been seen since November so it isn't as if removing the other children would have triggered the alarm, wouldn't one have been triggered prior to NOW? I wonder if he attended school...
 
If anyone comes across an Interpol in this please post. Certainly was expensive to fly all of them and the money trail along with passports can be traced. At least Turkey and India have US expedition treaty agreements.

Sadly, after listening to that pc, this woman has had complaints about her along with other criminal charges and it's hard to feel optimistic about Noel's safety. :cry:
 
If anyone comes across an Interpol in this please post. Certainly was expensive to fly all of them and the money trail along with passports can be traced. At least Turkey and India have US expedition treaty agreements.

Sadly, after listening to that pc, this woman has had complaints about her along with other criminal charges and it's hard to feel optimistic about Noel's safety. :cry:
Haven't watched the PC but it doesn't sound good. I seriously doubt he is alive.

Not sure without any charges and/or major charges if extradition would happen (especially with no charges) but perhaps eventually. Maybe it is in the PC I haven't seen but interesting she claimed he was with his dad in MX but she went to Turkey. I wonder if she is Turkish or there is another reason.
 

MARCH 27, 2023 / 7:44 AM / CBS NEWS

A vehicle belonging to the family of a missing Texas boy who has severe developmental and physical disabilities has been found abandoned at DFW Airport, CBS Texas' Olivia Leach and Alexis Wainwright report.

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Police have obtained an arrest warrant for her for allegedly giving a false report about a missing person.

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Everman police have been working with the Texas Rangers and FBI on the case.

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Police said they're not sure Turkey was the family's final destination. They said Noel's stepfather is a U.S. immigrant from India.
 

MARCH 27, 2023 / 7:44 AM / CBS NEWS

A vehicle belonging to the family of a missing Texas boy who has severe developmental and physical disabilities has been found abandoned at DFW Airport, CBS Texas' Olivia Leach and Alexis Wainwright report.

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Police have obtained an arrest warrant for her for allegedly giving a false report about a missing person.

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Everman police have been working with the Texas Rangers and FBI on the case.

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Police said they're not sure Turkey was the family's final destination. They said Noel's stepfather is a U.S. immigrant from India.
Mexico, India, the U.S. and Turkey all have been mentioned in this case.

I like how they never say whether legal immigrant or illegal in any case. Not surprised for reasons I won't go into that that isn't pointed out these last years. There are a few cases I still wonder that about and am about this one.
 
Everman police plan to hold a press conference Monday afternoon to give updates and answer questions about the search for missing 6-year-old Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez.

A news conference is scheduled for 3:30 p.m.


On Monday afternoon, police were seen searching in the back yard at the family’s home on Wisteria Drive, and they towed a vehicle that was in the driveway.

Police also had a cadaver dog at the house Monday afternoon but it did not alert to any evidence of a body during the search, according to Spencer, who was at the home with other officers.
 

‘Distinct possibility that he has been sold’: Family of long-missing 6-year-old disabled boy traveled to India just before AMBER Alert was issued​

The family of a 6-year-old boy who has been missing since last November boarded an international flight bound for India right before an Amber Alert was issued, police in North Texas claim.


Also on Saturday, police said, authorities discovered the family’s truck parked at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. During a search of the truck, police recovered a device from the truck that contained a digital visa for one of Rodriguez-Alvarez’s siblings.

“That visa indicated that it was obtained on March 21, one day after the welfare check,” the police chief said on Monday.

We believe that the family has traveled back to India,” Spencer said, noting the flight had a layover in Turkey, with a final destination of India and that police are working to verify passenger lists.

Cadaver dogs did not alert on the property where the family lived, Spencer said, but were brought over just to be sure. Police do not have any information or evidence to believe the boy is dead.

“There is a distinct possibility that he has been sold,” Spencer said, noting that this was another rumor that has been widely shared online.

No charges have been filed against anyone in the case so far.

The police chief repeatedly said that his agency has “no physical evidence” in the case and that authorities have searched the family’s residence and collected belongings in an effort to ferret out any clues. He said additional searches of the large, converted shed where all nine members of the family lived were likely. In response to a question on Monday, Spencer was reticent to use the term “person of interest” related to anyone due to the lack of criminal charges.

“We are coming up empty-handed on every traditional aspect,” Spencer said – adding that information from the public was crucial at this point. “It’s going to be that one small tip that snowballs.”
 

‘Distinct possibility that he has been sold’: Family of long-missing 6-year-old disabled boy traveled to India just before AMBER Alert was issued​

The family of a 6-year-old boy who has been missing since last November boarded an international flight bound for India right before an Amber Alert was issued, police in North Texas claim.


Also on Saturday, police said, authorities discovered the family’s truck parked at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. During a search of the truck, police recovered a device from the truck that contained a digital visa for one of Rodriguez-Alvarez’s siblings.

“That visa indicated that it was obtained on March 21, one day after the welfare check,” the police chief said on Monday.

We believe that the family has traveled back to India,” Spencer said, noting the flight had a layover in Turkey, with a final destination of India and that police are working to verify passenger lists.

Cadaver dogs did not alert on the property where the family lived, Spencer said, but were brought over just to be sure. Police do not have any information or evidence to believe the boy is dead.

“There is a distinct possibility that he has been sold,” Spencer said, noting that this was another rumor that has been widely shared online.

No charges have been filed against anyone in the case so far.

The police chief repeatedly said that his agency has “no physical evidence” in the case and that authorities have searched the family’s residence and collected belongings in an effort to ferret out any clues. He said additional searches of the large, converted shed where all nine members of the family lived were likely. In response to a question on Monday, Spencer was reticent to use the term “person of interest” related to anyone due to the lack of criminal charges.

“We are coming up empty-handed on every traditional aspect,” Spencer said – adding that information from the public was crucial at this point. “It’s going to be that one small tip that snowballs.”
What the heck? Why would they think a child who per their earlier things has many problems and is disabled was SOLD? Is there a market for such? Never mind, I don't want an answer.

Coming up empty with traditional evidence and aspects. Well she/they have had since November right? To clean, hide, etc. And were ready to go the moment there was something to worry about...

So now it is India through Turkey. Now we have the U.S., India, Turkey, Mexico (where she claimed he was with dad).

So what would you sell a disabled boy for and to who, why would they want him and pay for him? And a parent would do this WHY? I don't want answers. I don't want to know.

And still something up with the fact he wasn't known to be gone until something triggered and the other children were pulled from school...
 

FBI helping Everman police in search for 6-year-old boy Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez​

As Everman authorities’ search for a missing 6-year-old boy approaches the end of its first week, police Chief Craig Spencer wants to make sure one thing is clear:

He believes authorities could still find Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez alive.

“I’m not convinced he’s dead,” Spencer told reporters Tuesday. “He very well may be alive, and we just need to find him.”

Spencer reiterated the sentiment several times during a news conference as he pleaded with the public to continue sending in tips about where the child may be. The boy, who has a chronic lung condition that requires regular treatment, hasn’t been seen by family since November.

Several federal agencies, including the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security, have joined the case as investigators review documents and other evidence collected from the home where Noel lived with his mother, stepfather, four biological siblings and twin half-siblings.

“Just trying to trace back any potential leads of where Noel is at,” Spencer said. “They’ve been combing through all kinds of documents sorting out and building timelines on trying to confirm when the last time we have seen Noel or anybody has seen Noel.”

Spencer previously said police were “coming up empty-handed on every aspect” of the investigation. He reiterated Tuesday that there still isn’t physical evidence but “plenty” of circumstantial evidence.
 
Owner of home where missing Texas child’s family lived says parents are good people
The man with whom the family of missing 6-year-old Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez lived in Everman describes the mother and stepfather as caring and kind, saying the parents spoiled their seven children and made sure they were never in need.

Charles Parson, 71, owns the Everman home behind which the family was staying in a converted shed in the 3700 block of Wisteria Drive. Parson told the Star-Telegram on Tuesday that he believes Cindy Rodriguez-Singh and her husband, Arshdeep Singh, acted out of panic when they took Noel’s six siblings and left the United States on a flight bound for Turkey.

Parson said that neither Rodriguez-Singh nor her husband made any indication to him that they were planning to leave the country. But he believes the mother was afraid of losing her children. He said that a period a couple of years back when her kids were taken out of her custody “almost broke her completely.” He said he can’t imagine Rodriguez-Singh would ever do anything to harm Noel.


Rodriguez-Singh moved in with Parson about 10 years ago. He said she was sleeping in her car outside his house, and he told her she could stay with him. He was alone in the house and had two empty bedrooms.

Soon, he said, Rodriguez-Singh became a family member to him. He became her “adopted godfather,” he said. She was never charged rent but would help with bills and help care for Parson when he had medical needs. He can’t recall a time when he was the one to buy food for the house since she moved in.

Parson and the family would regularly eat meals together, and he got to know all of them well, he said.

Parson described Rodriguez-Singh as hard-headed and opinionated but kind at heart. Singh, he said, cared about his wife and all the children and would spoil them with clothes and toys. The family had problems like any other, Parson said, but from everything he saw, they truly care about each other.


Noel is a shy boy but sweet, Parson said. Because of his disabilities, it could be difficult for his parents to care for him sometimes, but they always did their best, he said. According to authorities, Noel’s disabilities include a chronic lung disease that requires medical treatment and occasional oxygen treatment. He had never been enrolled in school, according to police.

When Noel’s half-siblings — twins who are now 5 months old — came along, things got a little tougher, Parson said.

Parson said Noel was jealous of the twins and sometimes would refuse to eat anything, leading him to occasionally become dangerously thin. Around November, he said, Rodriguez-Singh told him she tried to send Noel to his father in Mexico so he could receive more special attention, but the father either couldn’t or didn’t want to take him in. But, Rodriguez-Singh told Parson, the father’s sister agreed to take him in.

Parson said he isn’t sure where Noel’s aunt lives, but believes it is Mexico. Police say they’re investigating whether Noel might be with any relatives they haven’t spoken with yet.


Parson said Tuesday that Rodriguez-Singh had her children taken away after she crashed into a pole about two years ago with the children in the car. She was drunk, Parson said. He told the Star-Telegram she has been on probation for the last two years, was required to do random daily breathalyzer tests and hadn’t had any alcohol since she started probation.

She has 10 children total — the seven she had custody of, and three who live with her grandmother, according to Everman police.
 

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