The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil,
but because of those who look on and do nothing.

~~~ Albert Einstein

Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Hevin Dakota-

Hevin was just two years old, a three foot tall little boy sprouting a buzz cut on his head, with a life ahead of him. He'd had some medical problems in his young life, diganosed as having autistism.
For the last few weeks of his young life he'd been in the care of his aunt, as his mother had been busy with working and dealing with personal problems.
The first sign of trouble came when the aunt reported that she had left the child in her car while she rean into a store, only to come our and notice not only was her car missing but Hevin was missing with it. An Amber Alert was not released in the small town of Teays Valley.

The State Police found the car about 15 minutes later in a nearby parking lot, but the boy was not in it.
The aunt and her boyfriend were being questioned Monday evening at the State Police’s Winfield detachment, said investigating trooper Cpl. P.S. Mills.
State Police officials would not release the identity of the boy’s parents or aunt, or of the aunt’s boyfriend.
Investigators described the boy, Hevin Dakota Jenkins, who is white, as 3 feet 1 inch tall, weighing 34 pounds, with hazel eyes and light brown hair in a buzz cut.
Mills said Jenkins had been in his parents’ legal custody and apparently was just spending time with his aunt. SOURCE

One would think those moments of not knowing would have been frantic for Hevin's aunt Tonya Sloan, but in truth she knew just where the child was, and just how he had gotten there.

The search for a 2-year-old Logan County boy has moved to the Ohio River, and criminal charges have been filed against Tonya Sloan and Anthony Milam in connection with the boy’s disappearance.
According to court documents, police both defendants advised police the toddler died from some kind of medical emergency Dec. 15 at the couple’s Salt Rock residence.Days later the child was place into a garbage bag with a tire rim and tossed into the Guyandotte or Ohio River near Huntington, court documents state.
Mills said police believe as many as five individuals could be involved in Jenkins’ disappearance, but he said they have not determined a motive and have no information as to where to locate the toddler or his body. SOURCE

One has to wonder, what happened between December 15th, when the child is said to have died and when the two adults concocted this story of abduction.

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