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“There is no way. Where is the evidence? I need evidence. There is no way she deserves this.”
Lanaya Cardwell, the mother of two-year-old Nevae Allen, said.
Louisiana police cancel the recommendation for a 2-year-old Neva Airen Level II Endangered / Missing Child.
“Evidence and interviews show unimaginable, babies may be dead,” said Baton Rouge Police Station Sgt. L’Jean McKneely Jr. Said. “We are currently working with law enforcement partners and search teams to find the child’s body.”
Philip Gardner was arrested for being involved in the disappearance of two-year-old Nevae Allen.
According to the Baton Rouge Police Department, Gardner was arrested Saturday night and is currently booked at East Baton Rouge Prison. Gardner was charged with illegal disposal of his remains and obstruction of justice.
This is an ongoing investigation.
If you have information about this investigation, we recommend that you contact the Violent Crime Unit at (225) 38-4869 or the Crime Stopper at (225) -344-7867.
Update: The Baton Rouge Police Department confirms that the FBI has joined the BRPD to help find a 2-year-old Neva Airen.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana (BRPROUD) —The last missing 2-year-old search around noon on Friday is underway by the Baton Rouge Police Department.
Authorities are looking for Nevaeh Allen, according to a BRPD spokesman. According to police, the child was last seen at 12600 blocks on Label Avenue near Florida Boulevard.
According to Nevae’s mother, Lanaya Cardwell, Nevae’s stepfather took a nap around 1 pm. Cardwell’s oldest child came home after finding the door open a few hours later. At this time, Nevae was missing and his stepfather was still asleep.
The toddler was last seen wearing a pineapple and a yellow and pink dress.
Authorities describe the child as being 33 inches tall, weighing about 30 pounds, and without shoes.
“Nevae is not known for wandering,” the mother said. “Even if I left home without an adult, I never had to fix the flies.”
Cardwell asks anyone who finds an infant to contact the police and would like to thank everyone who helped with the search.
As of 9:25 pm, Louisiana police have issued recommendations for missing Level II endangered children. State police said Nevae was last seen by his stepfather on Friday afternoon, before taking a nap at 1 pm. Officials said the Nevae brothers returned home at 4:15 pm after school and the door was open and the infant was missing.
The LSP said authorities believed that Nevae was in “imminent danger.”
If you have any information, we recommend contacting BRPD (225-389-2000) or Crime Stopper (225-344-7867).
This is a developing story.