Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez’s mom’s eerie actions before he vanished revealed as cops zero in on missing 6-year-old’s stepdad

Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez's mom's eerie actions before he vanished revealed as cops zero in on missing 6-year-old's stepdad


POLICE have detailed the actions of a missing six-year-old’s mother and stepfather in the days before and after his disappearance.

Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez, from Texas, has not been seen since November, with cops recently admitting it’s unlikely the child will be found alive.

Rodriguez-Singh and her husband, Arshdeep Singh, escaped to India with their six other children shortly after police began investigating the sudden disappearance of Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez

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Rodriguez-Singh and her husband, Arshdeep Singh, escaped to India with their six other children shortly after police began investigating the sudden disappearance of Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez

Police now believe that Singh stole money from the convenience store company he worked for to fund their travel and relocation

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Police now believe that Singh stole money from the convenience store company he worked for to fund their travel and relocation

New developments have indicated that the couple planned to cover up what happened to the child and orchestrated their escape from Texas to India

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New developments have indicated that the couple planned to cover up what happened to the child and orchestrated their escape from Texas to India

His mother, Cindy Rodriguez-Singh, and her husband, Arshdeep Singh, are wanted by cops in relation to the little boy’s disappearance.

And in an update today, Everman Police suggested the couple planned to cover up what happened to the child and orchestrated their escape from Texas to India.

Police Chief Craig Spencer said that data analyses has revealed that Noel went missing roughly a week after his mother, Cindy Rodriguez-Singh, gave birth to twins in the last week of October.

Noel’s mom allegedly said that her son was “evil,” “possessed,” and had a “demon” inside him, Chief Spencer said, citing information from the investigation.

Police believe that she was scared Noel, who had special needs, would hurt her newborn twins.

Now new information has revealed that Rodriguez-Singh had began planning to flee the country following her six-year-olds disappearance.

According to police, Rodriguez-Singh began the process of obtaining passports for family members on November 1, but did not order one for the six-year-old, as reported by Fox News.

Rodriguez-Singh and her husband, Arshdeep Singh, escaped to India with their six other children shortly after police began investigating the sudden disappearance of the young boy.

Investigators also looked into the couple’s bank records and found a perplexing cash deposit made right before the international flight.

Police now believe that Singh stole money from the convenience store company he worked for to fund their travel and relocation.

“Investigators learned Arshdeep first fraudulently altered the company’s cash deposit records, likely in order to prevent detection, and then removed over $10,000 in cash from the company’s safe,” said Spencer. 

Police used surveillance footage to identify Singh making the deposit.

Both Rodriguez-Singh and Singh, face felony warrants for endangering and abandoning a child. Singh now faces an additional felony theft charge.

The search for the missing young boy has now transitioned into a death investigation.

“Based on the totality of the circumstances, along with the evidence available to us at this time, it has led to a very unfortunate, unimaginable, and devastating conclusion that Noel is likely deceased,” Police Chief Craig Spencer said in early April.

Crews have searched for evidence on the ground, clearing hundreds of miles around the families’ abandoned home.

Some items were recovered during a day-long search on Saturday, however, crime scene experts need to do more processing to see if they are related to the child’s disappearance.

On Tuesday, Spencer announced they do not have any more ground searches planned.

He also indicated that there are no additional updates regarding the effort to track down Rodriguez-Singh and Singh in India.

For now, the mission remains to find the missing child, dead or alive.

Police believe that Rodriguez-Singh was scared Noel, who had special needs, would hurt her newborn twins

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Police believe that Rodriguez-Singh was scared Noel, who had special needs, would hurt her newborn twins

Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez lived with six siblings, mother and stepfather in Texas

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Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez lived with six siblings, mother and stepfather in Texas

The inside of the shed where Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez and his six siblings resided

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The inside of the shed where Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez and his six siblings resided

Crews have searched for evidence on the ground, clearing hundreds of miles around the families’ abandoned home

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Crews have searched for evidence on the ground, clearing hundreds of miles around the families’ abandoned home





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