Child's Body Found Near Home of Missing Texas Girl

by Abel Hampton October 24, 2017, 0:27
Child's Body Found Near Home of Missing Texas Girl

Around 11 a.m. on Sunday, October 22, authorities in Richardson, Texas, discovered the body they believe to be that of missing 3-year-old, Sherin Mathews.

Law enforcement officials recovered the body from the narrow 75-foot long culvert, underneath a road near a railway track in Richardson on Sunday, reports The American Bazaar daily.

The Richardson Police Department confirmed in a statement that "the body of a small child was discovered in the area of E. Spring Valley Rd. and S. Bowser Rd" and the area was blocked off as a crime scene.

He told police that he had ordered her to stand near a tree outside of their home at about 3 a.m.as punishment for not drinking her milk, and that she was gone when he went to check on her about 15 minutes later.

Wesley Mathews told police that after doing an initial search after realizing his daughter was missing, he went inside and did laundry while waiting for her to come home or for daylight so that he could continue searching.

Wesley Mathews allegedly made a decision to go back inside where he did some laundry while he waited for it to get lighter outside before conducting another search for Sherin Mathews. He was, however, released from custody after posting a $ 250,000 bond.

A body has been found in the hunt for a missing toddler who vanished from her home when her father left her outside at 3am as punishment.

Media reports quoted Perlich as saying that investigators have no reason to believe that the body belonged to some other missing child.

Mathews told police that he had seen coyotes in the alley near where he told his daughter to stand, the affidavit said.

The body will be identified and the cause of death determined by a medical examiner. However, he waited five hours before calling the police. Police also seized various items in the family's home and vehicles during the investigation.

Sini, the girls mother does not face any charges. That may explain why she was punished at 3am, he said. Sherin's case has caught the attention of India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. "Indian Embassy in United States is actively involved and they keep me informed", Swaraj tweeted on October 19.

The Indian-American parents of the missing 3-year-old adopted Indian girl are expected to appear in a court tomorrow to fight to try to get back their other child, USA media reported. "We have established contact with the community and authorities", Indias Consul General in Houston, Anupam Ray had tweeted.


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