If you have any information, please call 1-239-774-TIPS. The latest update on the search for Adji can be found here.
Update for 1/27/09:
The ground search for little Adji Desir has been called off and police are now depending solely on tips.
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More than 50,000 fliers have been distributed in the hopes of finding a missing 6-year-old Florida boy.
The U.S. Postal Service and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children gave out the fliers Saturday with information about Adji Desir.
The Collier County Sheriff’s Office said the boy disappeared from a migrant farm worker village in Immokalee in southwest Florida Jan. 10. A group of 250 deputies searched a three-quarter mile radius of Adji’s home on Saturday.
Lt. Tom Smith said officials would also look at sex offenders in the area.
Authorities said the boy is developmentally disabled and has the mental capacity of a 2-year-old. The FBI has assigned special agents to help.
Immokalee is southeast of Fort Myers.
Update for 1/18/09:
Update for 1/15/09:
Update for 1/13/09
The defense asked for them and here they are:
Pre-trial is December 11th.
Neither Casey Anthony nor her attorney was at Tuesday morning’s arraignment on murder charges Casey is facing in the death of her daughter, Caylee. Casey had already entered a written plea of not guilty, so she was not required to show up.
Judge Stan Strickland accepted the written plea and that means the state now has 15 days to hand over evidence to Casey’s attorney, Jose Baez, that the state plans to use in the trial against her. Any new evidence the state plans to make use of also must be handed over to Baez as they get it.
The state also asked the judge to move the trial period back from a previously set date in early February, possibly to put more pressure of the defense,. The judge agreed and Casey’s pre-trial conference is now set for December 11 and the trial is set for January 5.
However, the DNA testing did not conclusively prove that the hair strand found in the trunk belonged to Caylee.
Also, the hair strand found on a shovel, which Casey borrowed from a neighbor, did not belong to either Caylee or Casey: