Still no arrests in the case of brother, 5 and sister, 3, who were found dead in the Wisconsin home in February
Two young children who were found dead in a Wisconsin home nearly three months ago have still not been rested, as police have not yet arrested the mysterious case.
Little William Beyer, 5, and his younger sister Danielle, three, were found dead by police in the top floor of a duplex at 1201 Crooks Ave, Kaukauna on Feb. 17 after suffering “ intentional injuries. ”
The person who called 911 from home “indicated that their children needed help,” Kaukauna police chief Jamie Graff said at a news conference at the time.
But now that more than eighty days have passed since their tragic death, police have yet to name suspects or reveal details of what specifically happened to the two young children.
Little William Beyer, 5, and his younger sister Danielle, three, were found dead by the police in Kaukauna, Wisconsin at around 7:00 a.m. on February 17.
Their bodies were found on the top level of a duplex 1201½ Crooks Ave, after receiving ‘deliberately inflicted injuries’
At the time of their death, William and Danielle were living with their mother Melissa Schuth and stepfather Tyler Schith (above) in the Kaukauna duplex
“Will and Dani were inseparable,” reads a joint obituary for the children online. “Will was Dani’s protector and Dani always looked up to Will. They both always laughed with their big smiles and were just happy to always be together. ‘
The latest official update came from police in early March, in which Graff said that both local and state investigators were still working on the case.
“This is by no means a cold thing,” Graff insisted The Post-Crescent nothing more to announce last week.
An early request for information submitted by the point of sale prompted the police chief to say that he was unable to release information about the case because he did not want to compromise the integrity of the investigation.
“I understand that people are curious about the case,” he said, “but unfortunately I don’t have any new details that I can release.”
In the obituary, the children were listed as survived by their mother and stepfather, Melissa and Tyler Schuth, as well as by their birth father, Matt Beyer.
At the time of their death, William and Danielle lived with their mother and Schuth in the Kaukauna duplex. Meanwhile, Beyer was listed as living at an address in Manitowoc.
“Will and Dani were inseparable,” reads a joint obituary for the children online. “Will was Dani’s protector and Dani always looked up to Will. They both always laughed with their big smiles and were just happy to always be together ‘
Graff has previously reported that researchers have spoken to the children’s parents, but routinely declined to disclose details of those conversations. He also declined to talk about suspects or possible motives
The bodies of the two children have still not been released by the authorities, so family members have not had proper burials for them
Graff has previously reported that researchers have spoken to the children’s parents, but routinely declined to disclose details of those conversations. He also declined to talk about potential suspects or possible motives.
A cousin of the two children, Dayzia Beyer, who said she looked after them from time to time, said she had been frustrated by the police’s silence.
“We have not received any new information except that they are gone,” she said. “It is as if the coronavirus happened and they have been forgotten.”
Dayzia said the bodies of the two children have still not been released by the authorities, preventing them from having proper burials for them.
Former homicide detective Jim Trainum explained that one possible reason for the lack of information on the case may be that certain details regarding death are known only to the perpetrator, so that disclosure of that information could frustrate the investigation.
“We always want these things to be resolved quickly, but if you move too fast because you’re under pressure, you’re making a mistake,” he told Post Crescent.
Police may already know who committed the crime, even though they still put all the pieces together before sending the case to prosecutors, Trainum said.
Kaukauna police have not yet returned a request for comment from DailyMail.com.