Police hunt for missing Hawaii girl (6) ‘find bag of toys and slippers near air force base’

Hawaii police have refused to confirm that they found a bag of shoes and toys on a riverbed while searching for a missing six-year-old girl.

Isabella Kalua went missing on Sept. 12, and her adopted parents — who have adopted and adopted her for the past year — told police they had last seen her sleeping in her bedroom at 9 p.m. on Sunday.

Her adopted parents changed her name from her birth name, Ariel Sellers. They have received anonymous death threats by phone and email, and are not allowed to participate in the search for Isabella for fear of being attacked.

Honolulu police blocked the road to Bellows Air Force Base on Thursday after a discovery, but officers declined to confirm whether Isabella’s backpack or bag containing toys and slippers was found, as police reported. Honolulu Star Advertiser.

They confirmed a bag of belongings had been recovered, but said nothing, adding that it was too early to link them to the missing child.

Isabella Kalua (pictured) went missing on Sept. 12, and her adopted parents — who have adopted and adopted her for the past year — told police they last saw her sleeping in her bedroom at 9 p.m. Sunday.

Honolulu police blocked the road to the air base on Thursday after a discovery, but officers declined to confirm whether Isabella's backpack or bag containing toys and slippers was found.

Honolulu police blocked the road to the air base on Thursday after a discovery, but officers declined to confirm whether Isabella’s backpack or bag containing toys and slippers was found.

HPD Homicide L Deena Thoemmes, who oversees the Missing Persons Section, said in a written statement that

HPD Homicide L Deena Thoemmes, who oversees the Missing Persons Section, said in a written statement that “abuse has not been ruled out” and that the case is still a missing persons case.

HPD Homicide L Deena Thoemmes, who oversees the Missing Persons Section, said in a written statement that “abuse has not been ruled out” and that the case is still a missing persons case.

Thoemmes added: “There are still individuals, including acquaintances and relatives, who have yet to apply for an interview.”

Isabella’s birth mother Melanie Joseph told the Star Advertiser she could not comment on the backpack or bag.

On Thursday, hundreds of volunteers scoured a region of the Hawaiian island of Oahu in search of the missing six-year-old girl when it emerged that her adoptive parents Sonny and Lehua had taken her out of school for a week.

Sonny and Lehua have reportedly filed paperwork citing homeschooling as the reason for their daughter’s withdrawal, an education ministry representative said. Honolulu Star Advertiser.

Further information on when Isabella was withdrawn has not been shared.

Private investigator Steve Lane said the lack of supervision of homeschooled children is problematic.

Isabella's adoptive parents reported her missing on Monday, saying they last saw her when they put her to bed at their Waimanalo home on Sunday night (pictured)

Isabella’s adoptive parents reported her missing on Monday, saying they last saw her when they put her to bed at their Waimanalo home on Sunday night (pictured)

Footage from private security cameras showed a blurred image of a child and two adults walking down the street, as shown by the blurred white space above the box

Footage from private security cameras showed a blurred image of a child and two adults walking down the street, as shown by the blurred white space above the box

‘There is no obligation to check whether the parents are qualified. That’s why children die,” he told the Honolulu Star advertiser.

He cited another case of another Hawaiian girl who was homeschooled and starved by her parents and grandmother.

Homeschooled children, Lane said, are less likely to recognize evidence of abuse or neglect, which is even more important in Isabella’s case, as her adopted father has been convicted of two second-degree assaults, one attempted second-degree assault and one first-degree assault. degree terrorist threat, according to the Honolulu Star Advertiser.

Still, Sonny has been approved to care for four of Joseph’s daughters after she lost her children to drug abuse.

“How did those kids ever get that house?” Lane said to the Honolulu Star Advertiser. “You can’t put children in a household like that.”

Video footage of a small child walking out at 12:45 pm and being followed by two adults may show Isabella’s kidnapping.

The clip showed cars continuously driving around the neighborhood where she lives in Kailua.

On Wednesday, Honolulu Interim Police Chief Rade Vanic said the department’s “[doesn’t] have sufficient evidence” to show that Isabella “Ariel” Kalua was kidnapped, according to Hawaii News Now.

“We hope she is not in immediate danger,” he told the outlet.

Isabella stands at 3 feet-3, weighs 46 pounds and was wearing a black hoodie, leggings, colorful socks and Nike flip flops with pink bottoms when she was last seen

Isabella stands at 3 feet-3, weighs 46 pounds and was wearing a black hoodie, leggings, colorful socks and Nike flip flops with pink bottoms when she was last seen

Despite hundreds of volunteers scouring the community and tying purple ribbons around trees to indicate that those areas have already been covered, the child has still not been found after three days

Despite hundreds of volunteers scouring the community and tying purple ribbons around trees to indicate that those areas have already been covered, the child has still not been found after three days

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