Uselessness

Jonesboro, AR

#434 Mar 15, 2013
guest wrote:
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Have you reported this information to the authorities?
Yes, but with out knowing where he was referring to it doesn't do much good
Guest

Burnet, TX

#435 Mar 15, 2013
Letsthink wrote:
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StepDadStrangeBehavior, Did anyone report this or ask Sidney what was behind this man's strange actions???
I agree that something just isn't right. I'm not basing my opinion on the mother's behavior on TV because I don't know how I'd behave under those circumstances.
The mother awakened at 3 a.m. to find the daughter is gone. I can't imagine what thoughts would go through my head. I'd panic! I'd imagine the worse.
I assume she knew the stepfather was also gone. More reason for the average person to wonder what's going on?!
The mother admitted that her husband wanted his stepdaughter with him all the time, took her phone from her, etc..
What would most mothers think if they woke up at 3 a.m. and realized their daughter was gone? And their husband was gone? Having prior knowledge about the stepfather's obsession, she should have been in PANIC MODE. She should have been TIGER MOM searching for her daughter, beginning with calling the police at 3 a.m..
What was she doing from 3 a.m. until her husband came home at 5 a.m.? Two hours in the middle of the night that she didn't know where her 14 year old daughter was.
Something just isn't right.
Land Owner

Dalton, GA

#436 Mar 15, 2013
Guest wrote:
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Listen here buckwheat, you can shove your land up your a$$. I will walk every county road connecting to your property and ill walk 10' from the edge of the road all I want. It's not going to hurt you if someone looks. Maybe your should check your own and get off the Internet..
I said I would check my own and would let volunteers as long as they asked. But I see you have changed your tune from I'll illegally check anyone's land to roads and 10 from the roads. So you learned something. My job is done here.
yeah

Lawrenceville, GA

#437 Mar 15, 2013
He had 2+ hours to do whatever he needed to with her. She could be somewhere way farther than where everyone is searching. She could be locked in a cellar somewhere for all you know. All we can do is pray and search.
hummmm

United States

#438 Mar 15, 2013
Star wrote:
<quoted text> Her father said on the interview that he suspected John was molesting her,those were his words.
well looking back he may. Hindsight is 20 20 but i agree with phil. Victor would of killed him if he knew it to b true. Wat we have here is a dead man not sure by who and a missing child.pray for miracle
sad

Saint Louis, MO

#439 Mar 15, 2013
hummmm wrote:
<quoted text>well looking back he may. Hindsight is 20 20 but i agree with phil. Victor would of killed him if he knew it to b true. Wat we have here is a dead man not sure by who and a missing child.pray for miracle
Well if any dad worth his salt had even suspected his daughter was being molested would have checked into it to make sure so I say the dad is a lowlife he did not stand up for his daughter. This poor little girl had nobody to turn to that is so sad
sad

Saint Louis, MO

#440 Mar 15, 2013
sad wrote:
<quoted text>Well if any dad worth his salt had even suspected his daughter was being molested would have checked into it to make sure so I say the dad is a lowlife he did not stand up for his daughter. This poor little girl had nobody to turn to that is so sad
Silence in the face of evil is itself evil God will not hold us guiltless not to speak is to speak not to act is to act. How can someone sit back and do nothing.
Saturday Search

United States

#441 Mar 15, 2013
Let just all be at the Fire Station in the morning to volunter. 9 a.m.
future

Cabot, AR

#442 Mar 15, 2013
This whole situation is gut wrenching,and the chance of finding her alive diminishes hourly. She will continue to be in everyone's prayers, but the harsh reality is at some point the searches will be scaled back, and out of necessity people will have to resume their own day to day lives. I don't mean to sound cruel or hurtful, but feel compelled to say this: Farmers, hunters, and fishermen, please remember to be ever vigilant until this child is located. No matter where you go, no matter how unlikely you think the area may be, or how much time has passed, pay very close attention to your surroundings. Without being too graphic, look for disturbed or depressed areas on the ground, etc. Keep this little girl in mind with every workday on your farm, with every hunting or fishing trip you take. Don't dismiss anything that may be even slightly out of the ordinary. Missing persons have been recovered just because a hunter noticed something didn't look quite right and looked closer. Keep her in your heart, and be alert.

I hope she is found soon, prayers for her and for all who continue to search for her.
Elephant in the room

Mckinney, TX

#443 Mar 15, 2013
I might be considered a little old fashion, however i'm actually not extremely old (30's), but am i wrong to assume that the parent/guardians in these cases should be held more liable? Is a child not its parents responsibility? If a person is "responsible for something and it is broken, damaged, etc in their care, are they not "liable"? Just because a person plays "the stupid card" does not make them less responsible for the thing/person in which they are responsible for. I do not know these people at all. Matter of fact i don't even live in the same state, but this has just got to be the last straw with parents allowing their children to be exposed to things and then acting none the wiser when something happens. These are children for crying out loud! Just because a person is content with a pill, beer, hit,snort, etc does not mean that your children is willing to settle for the same pathetic life. They should be given a chance! Do what you will with your life, but i think at the very least the laws should be tougher on what you allow or do with your childs!! Unbelievable!
guest

Blytheville, AR

#444 Mar 15, 2013
Elephant in the room wrote:
I might be considered a little old fashion, however i'm actually not extremely old (30's), but am i wrong to assume that the parent/guardians in these cases should be held more liable? Is a child not its parents responsibility? If a person is "responsible for something and it is broken, damaged, etc in their care, are they not "liable"? Just because a person plays "the stupid card" does not make them less responsible for the thing/person in which they are responsible for. I do not know these people at all. Matter of fact i don't even live in the same state, but this has just got to be the last straw with parents allowing their children to be exposed to things and then acting none the wiser when something happens. These are children for crying out loud! Just because a person is content with a pill, beer, hit,snort, etc does not mean that your children is willing to settle for the same pathetic life. They should be given a chance! Do what you will with your life, but i think at the very least the laws should be tougher on what you allow or do with your childs!! Unbelievable!
Amen!
Guest

Jonesboro, AR

#445 Mar 15, 2013
Still nothing ? This is the 6th day of searches if I am not mistaken. You think they would have clues or a lead by now.
Nicki

Saint Louis, MO

#446 Mar 15, 2013
This whole thing just reeks of dysfunction and negligence all the way around. The mother reminds me of Lisa Croslin from the Haleigh Cummings case in Satsuma Florida.
neighbor

Jonesboro, AR

#447 Mar 15, 2013
This girl has lots of friends--youth and adults--in the community who care about her. She was not neglected.
Mom said that when she got up around 3:30 and both her husband and daughter were gone, she called the hospital. She may have made other calls before the husband later showed up.
lynn guest

United States

#448 Mar 15, 2013
Some thing just stinks
guest

United States

#449 Mar 15, 2013
truth wrote:
i wonder if they searched his body for her dna?
I have a sneaky suspicion that they are botching up this investigation. Just look at that murder case years ago in Blytheville where the woman was stabbed hundreds of times. The whole reason her husband walks free is because of sloppy, lazy police work.
Guest

United States

#450 Mar 15, 2013
Not sure if any of y'all have tried to report someone "missing" before. The mom responded in a manor that's completely acceptable. She checked the house when she woke up and saw a light on, saw her husband and daughter weren't there. Called the hospital because obviously her instinct didn't tell her that her husband had abducted her daughter. I'm not clear on if she called 911 before or after the husband showed up but she definitely called whenever it was confirmed that Sidney was not with her husband. Even then she didn't think her husband had something to do with it. Haven't y'all noticed the police didn't do anything amber alert wise until AFTER the main suspect was found dead....to us this doesn't make sense but in most cases police won't do ANYTHING for a "missing" person unless it's been 24hrs. Blame the mom all y'all want but she called the police and that's about all a parent can do!
truth

Jonesboro, AR

#451 Mar 15, 2013
why dont they pull mud samples from under the truck and see what kind of dirt he has been in?

have they checked his body for her dna?

did they search the truck for her dna?

have they lookad at all the gas station video to see if she was with him if he stopped and got gas?
person

Van Nuys, CA

#452 Mar 15, 2013
None of these posts mention that it was daylight savings that night.. i think that messes with some of the mom's time comments. Also Sidney had an instagram .. definentsidneyswag was the user name... her friends have interesting comments on their photos of her
AskYourselfREAD NEWS

North Little Rock, AR

#453 Mar 15, 2013
Letsthink wrote:
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StepDadStrangeBehavior, Did anyone report this or ask Sidney what was behind this man's strange actions???
The mom told investigators after the child went missing. Did she or the teenage son report it before the child disappeared? I don't know. It doesn't seem like they reported the strange behavior. Why would they ask a child why her step-dad was behaving strangely? I am asking, not being smart.

Why would mom or the teenage son ask Sidney "Why is he so possessive of you?" "Why won't he let you out of his site?" "Why does he keep you from your friends?" "Why did he take your phone?"

Those two had to know why he was behaving strangely.

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