Man seeks answers in daughter's death

Man seeks answers in daughter's death

There are 56 comments on the KOB.com Eyewitness News 4 - New Mexico story from Dec 21, 2008, titled Man seeks answers in daughter's death. In it, KOB.com Eyewitness News 4 - New Mexico reports that:

Questions continue to haunt the father of a young woman found dead in a Corrales ditch hours after she frantically sought help at a nearby home.

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Wake up People

United States

#41 Dec 22, 2008
Dang wrote:
The homeowner is not to blame here. You'd be calling her an idiot for opening her door at 3am if she ended becoming a second victim. And yes, she called the police and they came out but they weren't able to find Alyissa anywhere.
You are absolutely right! It is easy for many to ridicule the home owner but that lady didn't know if a second person was outside, not visible and she could have very easily gotten a knife stuck in her. Then all you folks would be carping about that! This stuff does happen!
Its Time

United States

#42 Dec 22, 2008
It is a sign of the times. I have a daughter who is about to turn 18 & I would someone would help her if she were in that situation (God forbid)but I would not blame a women who didn't open the door to stranger at 3 in the morning. Like I said it is the sign of the times these days you just never can tell if being a good samaritan could get you hurt or killed. You all need to ask yourselves if it is worthe the risk before you make your comments?
carlos

Florence, AL

#43 Dec 22, 2008
i would hope if i were in a situation that meant risking my life to save another's, i would have the bravery to risk mine.

"cowards die many times before their death." -shakespeare
unbelieveable

Albuquerque, NM

#44 Dec 22, 2008
Carlos, It's very nice of you to risk your life to save another's,but you're a man. You can defend yourself against someone. The owner of the home was a woman and maybe elderly. She did what any other woman would of done,call 911.

“hardcore engine revver”

Since: Dec 07

Los Angeles, CA

#45 Dec 22, 2008
Its Time wrote:
It is a sign of the times. I have a daughter who is about to turn 18 & I would someone would help her if she were in that situation (God forbid)but I would not blame a women who didn't open the door to stranger at 3 in the morning. Like I said it is the sign of the times these days you just never can tell if being a good samaritan could get you hurt or killed. You all need to ask yourselves if it is worthe the risk before you make your comments?
or sued. http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/A...
the equalizer

United States

#46 Dec 22, 2008
She needed help and did not get it.

May God smite those who wouldn't help her.
mkm

Albuquerque, NM

#47 Dec 22, 2008
Roger wrote:
This young girls death was discovered on 12/8! Why has it taken so long to get this story out? A more timely reporting would have been more likely to bring out reports of suspicious activities observed by other Corrales residents at the time.
It would also be helpful to know more about the circumstances prior to her death. Does her family or her grandmother who they were just visiting live in live in Corrales or did this young lady travel to there after their dinner? Not a very good job on reporting this one KOB.
It was 12/15/08.
Cynth

Los Alamos, NM

#48 Dec 22, 2008
Texas wrote:
Ok, someone banging on your door at 3am and didn't open the door??**** did you call the cops? Or just go back to bed? Your as much to blame if you didn't do a thing to lift a finger to help this poor soul....nothing surprises me anymore about how you people handle life....sleep tight...
She did call the cops and they could not find the girl. Now how long and hard did the cops look
Jessica

Draper, UT

#49 Dec 23, 2008
This girls twin sister is one of my very best friends. I know Aylissa and I KNOW she was very smart and there's no way she was out there at the time for no reason. Someone had something to do with this. Please pray for Randy and Amber. And pray that they find out what happened to this amazing girl.
Jessica

Draper, UT

#50 Dec 23, 2008
What the wrote:
First thought....if she has a boyfriend, Corrales PD needs to start the questioning there.
Just don't know....either way...extremely tragic for all involved.
I knew Aylissa. Her twin sister is my best friend. And that is EXACTLY where they need to start.
Jessica

Draper, UT

#51 Dec 23, 2008
Mike wrote:
She was probably experiencing meth paranoia. Sad story.
Aylissa didn't do meth. Keep your unsubstantial opinions to yourself.
Sam

Huntsville, AL

#52 Dec 23, 2008
Texas wrote:
Sorry Sam, did we put a dent in your worthless badge?
Sleep tight Amigos!!!
Your not capable of it. Yippie-Ki-Yay, Pardner.
GOOD GRIEF

AOL

#53 Dec 23, 2008
At this moment it is 7:27 am & still dark. If somebody I did not know banged on my door at this moment calling for help I'd do what the woman did, not open the door but call the police. I do agree with the father that his daughters death is very suspicious.
bumblebee

United States

#54 Dec 23, 2008
To the Youngbloods...My sincerest condolences...no one should have to lose a child.

To the Homeowner...We cannot prevent what we cannot predict.
A lIttle in the know

Albuquerque, NM

#55 Dec 28, 2008
For those of you wondering what Miss Youngblood was doing out at 3am and why there was not an article printed sooner, please read the ABQ Journal articles. Neighbors heard a man and woman arguing near where Miss Youngblood was asking for help earlier that morning. She had also recently moved either into or out of her boyfriend's house in Corrales (different articles say different things). What I am most disappointed about is that we're not hearing more of what's happening. It's now been more than two weeks and all we know is that the Corrales police are suspecious?

Since: Dec 08

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#56 Dec 28, 2008
It's now been more than two weeks and all we know is that the Corrales police are suspicious?

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More to the point we are becoming suspicious of the Corrales Police.

Or put more bluntly what if anything are they hiding from us?

Surely they know some things about this crime, if not then perhaps it is time to call in some real experts to investigate both the crime and the Corrales Police Department.

After all the family deserves answers and the public too.

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