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RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. deceased - Harvest Moon - 10-04-2011 01:12 PM
I checked around FB and did not see any rumors about WN being back in W Stewartstown. Sassy, I would also be interested in learning your source and why they would show his picture to the teachers.
LC, Aren't there some laws about things like that? Slander? Can the school officials just say, so and so is a risk to children, here is his picture, without some form of proof that he is a threat?
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. deceased - Lady Cop - 10-04-2011 01:18 PM
that's a civil matter.
i have my doubts about the "report/rumor".
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. deceased - Sassy Siamese - 10-04-2011 08:23 PM
He's definitely in town, rented a room at the local motel in town, which is right beside the school. Everyone in town is upset with the motel owners, who also own the restaurant across the street. Of course they are the same owners that opened a liquor store at the same motel, again only 100' from the school. He's not staying with his Mom. The teachers were shown his picture and told to report it to the office if he is seen on school grounds. This info came directly from one of the teachers. Canaan school does not have a lock-down policy in place...yet.
It's a small town, it didn't take long for word to get out among the parents anyway. I certainly wouldn't want my young kids walking to school and passing him on the sidewalk!!! Sick prick!! I just think he is either really, really bold, or really, really stupid to walk around this town!!!
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. deceased - Lady Cop - 10-04-2011 09:47 PM
so there was nothing done in an official capacity, which is what i took the post to indicate.
he may be a total loon, but so far he's a free citizen.
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. deceased - cannongal - 10-12-2011 05:47 AM
Celina's Stepfather: 'I Had Nothing To Do With It'
Noyes Describes Night Girl Last Seen Alive
WEST STEWARTSTOWN, N.H. -- On Aug. 1, the body of 11-year-old Celina Cass was pulled out of the Connecticut River, a week to the day after her stepfather, Wendell Noyes, 48, called his new wife at work to tell her she was missing.
"When I got up that morning, there was, well, she usually sleeps on the couch," said Wendell Noyes in an exclusive interview with News 9.
Noyes and Luisia Cass were married in October 2010 and moved into a rental duplex on Washington Street in West Stewartstown. The night that Celina disappeared, Noyes said, he went to bed around 9 p.m. with Luisia Cass. His mother was also staying at the house, and he said he saw Celina on the family computer before he went upstairs.
"We left the door unlocked that night for somebody else to pop in. And, I don't know," Noyes told WMUR's Amy Coveno.
Officials seized Noyes' truck, cellphone and computer as evidence in the ongoing investigation. Noyes now lives alone, confirming that his wife has asked him to stay away. Noyes still wears his wedding ring and said he still cares for Luisia Cass.
"I had nothing to do with it. We left the door unlocked, and somebody else was in the apartment after we went upstairs," Noyes said on Monday.
Officials said autopsy results did not offer conclusive information as to how Celina died. Toxicology results remain sealed. No arrests have been made or people of interest identified in the case.
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. deceased - cannongal - 10-12-2011 05:53 AM
There is a video interview that goes with the above story, but I am not tech savvy enough to post a video from a news source.
Wendall looks like he's aged 20 years.
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. deceased - Lady Cop - 10-12-2011 07:55 AM
thanks, interesting to observe him.
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. deceased - Harvest Moon - 10-12-2011 08:30 AM
Very interesting to watch. The news report does confirm that WN has been back in the area for about 10 days. He says that he went to bed with LN that night and they left the door unlocked because "somebody" was coming over. Later he says that KM was the last one up and that CC was sleeping on the couch.
There is part of the video where WN is obviously talking but they have blanked out the voice and did a voice over during editing. I wonder if he gave some information that LE don't want the public to know.
WN is obviously agitated and shows signs (IMO) of his mental illness. It would be interesting to get a psychiatrist's opinion on his words and actions.
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. deceased - Harvest Moon - 10-13-2011 12:30 PM
From the Boston Herald, today:
AG "hopes Noyes’ interview will keep the case fresh in people’s minds and urged anyone who knows what may have happened to tell police."
AG hopes interview with Celina Cass’ stepdad sparks leads
By John Zaremba
Thursday, October 13, 2011 - Added 5 hours ago
The head of the murder probe in the Celina Cass case admitted authorities lack the proof they need to haul in a suspect or suspects, but she’s hopeful a television interview given by the 11-year-old girl’s thus-far-silent stepfather will shake loose some new leads.
“We have insufficient evidence to charge any person or persons in the death of Celina,” New Hampshire Assistant Attorney General Jane Young said yesterday. “We are working this case. We are still working this case. I have talked to the investigators four or five times today.”
Read the full article here:
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. deceased - Lady Cop - 10-14-2011 09:07 AM
Boston Herald this morning:
COLEBROOK, N.H. — Celina Cass’ heartbroken mother is disputing her estranged husband’s account of the night the slain 11-year-old vanished, saying he wasn’t in bed early but instead was up drinking with friends at their West Stewartstown home.
“He was visiting on the porch with two friends. They were drinking on the porch. They were socializing,” Louisia Noyes said yesterday of Celina’s stepfather, Wendell Noyes. Louisia Noyes told a TV interviewer last month that she and her husband had split up since Celina’s killing.
Wendell Noyes — who has not been identified as a suspect in the homicide probe — said in his earlier TV interview he had nothing to do with Celina’s murder and believed an intruder was to blame.
Spotted yesterday at the family’s home, Wendell Noyes responded to a reporter’s questions saying: “I’m just waiting. I’m just waiting. I’m just doing what I’m supposed to be doing.”
Granite State investigators declined comment last night, but they told the Herald this week they don’t have enough evidence to make an arrest. They also urged anyone with information about the case to come forward, even if they think it’s only a small detail.
Yesterday, Louisia Noyes — who met with investigators last month on the day investigators determined Celina was killed — expressed a mother’s anger about her daughter’s unsolved slaying.
“It’s frustrating, haunting and unbearable,” she said. “I’m very frustrated because I don’t get any answers for my daughter’s murder.”
Wendell Noyes’ truck was one of two seized in the investigation. The other belonged to Kevin Mullaney, who was living with the family at the time of Celina’s death, the son of Louisia Noyes’ former boyfriend. Mullaney’s truck was released, Louisia Noyes said.
Mullaney declined to speak to a reporter yesterday, even as friends and family urged him to do so. Mullaney’s father said authorities have urged his son not to speak with media.
Louisia Noyes said Mullaney has cooperated with police. “He’s done a polygraph. He’s been strip-searched,” she said.
In her first sit-down interview since authorities determined Celina was killed, Louisia Noyes also revealed the girl’s body was in such a poor state that police would not allow her to see it — even after a funeral director’s restorative efforts.
Noyes also said police declined to show her the blanket found around Celina when police pulled her from the Connecticut River near her home Aug. 1.
“I asked if I could ID the blanket and see if it came from my house. They would only let me ID her pajama bottoms and her underwear,” she said.
There was no sign of a struggle in her home, she said, and if there was one, she didn’t hear it from her bedroom.
“I don’t know what happened,” she said. “If only I hadn’t had the fan or the TV on, I would have heard something.”
“I want justice and I want my baby back,” she said. “I want the person who did this to die. Someone threw her away like a piece of trash.”
noyes yesterday lurking at the house
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. deceased - cannongal - 10-14-2011 09:48 AM
(10-14-2011 09:07 AM)Lady Cop Wrote: [b]Boston Herald this morning:
Whoa...back up a minute....did she just insinuate that she went to bed, and left her 11 year old daughter alone in the living room, with a few guys 'socially drinking' on the porch a few feet away????
Is it just me or does anyone else see something wrong with this scenario?
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. deceased - LytoMe - 10-14-2011 11:28 AM
WOW, WN is creepy...if I was an 11 year old girl I would be freaked out to live with someone like that...and this is him sober?
Not just this creepy guy, but a few of his friends drinking....?? The reporter made sure she stated he has been "sober", is she insinuating that he was an alcoholic?
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. deceased - lawheeze - 10-19-2011 09:25 PM
Cass Houseguest Describes Night Girl Disappeared
Man Says He Didn't See Celina When He Arrived At House
WEST STEWARTSTOWN, N.H. -- A man believed to have been the last one to enter a home where an 11-year-old girl was later reported missing is offering new information about the timeline that night.
It has been two and a half months since the body of Celina Cass was pulled from the Connecticut River in West Stewartstown. The circumstances surrounding her death remain a mystery, and authorities have not identified any people of interest, but her death has been ruled a homicide.
At the time of Celina's disappearance, Kevin Mullaney was living at the home. There has been a lot of speculation why a newlywed couple with two young daughters would allow a 23-year-old man to live in their home.
Mullaney said Celina's mother, Louisia Cass, is like a mother to him and raised him for a few years after his own mother died from cancer. Mullaney said Celina was like a sister to him.
After more than 40 hours of interrogation by police, Mullaney said he could talk to News 9 about the night Celina disappeared.
RE: Celina Cass, 11. N.H. deceased - Cheyne - 10-20-2011 12:02 AM
From the same article:
When News 9's Amy Coveno caught up with Mullaney, he was watching television with his father, Mark, and Louisia Cass in the new duplex they share across the river in Vermont. News 9 asked him about the night Celina disappeared. He said he arrived at the home at midnight.
Read more: http://www.wmur.com/news/29533218/detail.html#ixzz1bI6t5qiJ
So Louisa (Cass) Noyes is living with Mark Mullaney, Kevin Mullaney and her daughter Kayla? Must this woman always be with a man, any man?