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RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. missing/deceased - Lady Cop - 08-17-2011 02:07 PM
WMUR who is brilliant at stating the obvious.
N.H. -- Two weeks after searchers pulled the body of 11-year-old Celina Cass from the Connecticut River near her house, the lack of an arrest or answers to questions about how she died has cast a pall over her New Hampshire hometown.
People in Stewartstown are waiting for answers about the girl, justice for her family and peace of mind for themselves.
The police's inability to identify or charge a suspect, an autopsy that couldn't pinpoint the cause of death and lingering fears that a killer is at large are hanging over the town.
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. missing/deceased - cannongal - 08-17-2011 02:15 PM
I can't believe the ADA is being so tight lipped about this, in my opinion, by keeping so quiet, they are allowing the general public to keep inserting their own innuendo's and it's going to create a lynch mob type mentality towards anyone who remotely had anything to do with Celina.
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. missing/deceased - HairOfTheDog - 08-17-2011 08:24 PM
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Cass investigators to announce reward at Thursday press conference
The state Attorney General’s Office will announce a reward and reward fund for information about the death of Celina Cass last month.
Attorney General Michael Delaney said there will be a press conference at the Attorney General’s Office in Concord at 10 a.m. on Thursday to release information about the reward, as well as a fund set up to increase the reward.
Maybe LE doesn't have a clear suspect and folks in West Stewartstown are still keeping quiet. I have a busy work day tomorrow, but I'll be checking in afterwards to find out what was released at the press conference.
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. missing/deceased - Lady Cop - 08-17-2011 08:25 PM
reward? now? that worries me about how much they really do have. crap.
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. missing/deceased - BlueTiki - 08-17-2011 08:30 PM
And no release of tox screen results?
Geez . . .
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. missing/deceased - Maggot - 08-17-2011 08:31 PM
This is what happens when you have parents that are idiots. How could anyone not hear anything or know anything? That family is fucked up for sure. If the kid was 16-17 I could see them not knowing that much but this kid was 11!!!
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. missing/deceased - HairOfTheDog - 08-17-2011 08:40 PM
(08-17-2011 08:25 PM)Lady Cop Wrote: reward? now? that worries me about how much they really do have. crap.
I agree LC. It's worrisome. LE may have something, but it doesn't appear that they've got enough to file charges.
There was another article that came up when I googled the case today. Only new points covered are the facts that (1) locals are fearful and find it "creepy" that there may be a killer on the loose, and (2) why being submerged in the water for a week may make it harder to determine cause of death and collect evidence. See article at:
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. missing/deceased - HairOfTheDog - 08-17-2011 08:50 PM
"This amount of time shouldn't signal to anybody that we've reached the end of the road," Young said. "That's certainly not the way we view it."
So Celina's family waits.
Noyes, who hasn't spoken publicly since her daughter disappeared, remains in seclusion. Jeanine Brady, her boss at a Colebrook consignment shop and a close friend, said Noyes and her family are patient.
"They're willing to wait to have an arrest made that's going to stick," Brady said. "Celina deserves to have the right person arrested and to have finality that way. They want answers, of course, but it's more important at this point that the FBI and state agencies can get the right answers."
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. missing/deceased - Harvest Moon - 08-18-2011 07:36 AM
I agree this does not sound good. Looks like they need more evidence to be sure of a conviction.
Also in that same article a mention on WN. The quote is from the woman who owns the consignment shop where LN works.
Celina's stepfather, Wendell Noyes, has a history of psychiatric issues and was declared unfit to stand trial in a 2003 case in which he allegedly broke into an ex-girlfriend's home and threatened her. Police have not cited him as a potential suspect in Celina's case.
Noyes, 47, has been in and out of hospitals several times since the girl's disappearance and no longer lives in the house with the mother, Brady said.
"Until he is together, she just can't be part of that right now," she said.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/08/17/new-hampshire-town-endures-creepy-wait-after-girls-death/#ixzz1VNaEqFnA
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. missing/deceased - B.B. Khazad - 08-18-2011 09:38 AM
Here's some fun reading while we're waiting for the presser at 10AM.
Scroll down to the comments section and read the postings by "b" who says they are a local in Stewartstown. It's all rumour, but amazing the detail that was going around -- back on the 1st of August.
CBC Boston "Body of Celina Cass found in NH River"
Here is "b's" first post, there are several:
I don’t know why everyone is so focused on the stepfather. He is mentally ill, But why did they have the pickup of the other suspect(someone living in the home) completely torn apart wed night. and then taken down to concord. (there was blood in it) Also he has NO ALIBI from 11pm to 2:30am when he was seen in town driving around. and now that there is a body found 1⁄4 mile from the home, he didn’t need much time to commit this crime. Where there was NO struggle in the home, she was a shy girl(wouldn’t have just left with anyone) and only 1 pair of her sneakers were gone, she was comfortable going with whoever she left with.
August 1, 2011 at 4:01 pm | Reply | Report comment
Maybe this is old 'news', there is a similar version posted August 4th on "Celina Cass: The Investigation Discussion Page" on Facebook.
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. missing/deceased - Lady Cop - 08-18-2011 10:02 AM
it got off on time for once. nothing new. asking public's tips/help. asking for donations to add to existing reward. the usual blah blah blah. still waiting for forensics.
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. missing/deceased - cannongal - 08-18-2011 02:41 PM
(08-18-2011 10:02 AM)Lady Cop Wrote: [b]it got off on time for once. nothing new. asking public's tips/help. asking for donations to add to existing reward. the usual blah blah blah. still waiting for forensics.
Lot of disappointed people in NH right now-also lot of comments on Wmur from people that don't want to donate to the reward fund, b/c they are afraid it might be turned over to Louisa, if not used as a reward.
LC-do you know what would usually happen to reward money if not claimed?
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. missing/deceased - HairOfTheDog - 08-18-2011 10:51 PM
I guess I didn't miss much with the Press Conference.
Based on the posts here, we still don't really know jack. Time and cause of death pending. No named POIs or suspects. No idea whether LE needs reward money to get someone talking about a family member, friend, visitor, or stranger. Maybe LE really has no idea as to the "who" because they've cleared all of those known to be at the house. I sure hope they have a short list of POIs and just need some corroboration.
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. missing/deceased - Harvest Moon - 08-26-2011 04:43 PM
The toxicology reports are still not in. Let's not forget this little darling...
A few news stories reporting on the one month anniversary since she disappeared. http://www.bostonherald.com/news/regional/view/2011_0825a_month_later_kids_gather_to_remember_celina_cass/srvc=home&position=recent
"A month to the day when Celina Cass vanished from her rural New Hampshire home, friends of the 11-year-old gathered tonight to launch balloons and place fresh flowers at the dam where divers found her body after an exhaustive search through the North Country.
Their quiet tribute served as a means of grieving — particularly for a handful of young friends who felt a public memorial weeks ago was too soon — and allowed them to keep Celina’s memory in the public’s mind at a time when word of developments in the criminal investigation has waned."
"West Stewartstown, New Hampshire -- August 26, 2011
Thursday marked one month since Celina Cass disappeared, and friends turned out to remember her.
WEST STEWARTSTOWN, N.H. -- The community of West Stewartstown held a vigil Thursday for Celina Cass exactly one month after her disappearance.
People from the town said they want to keep her memory alive and are hoping for an arrest.
So far, the attorney general's office said nearly 600 tips have come in on the case.