Tuesday, March 8, 2011

5yr Old Child Kidnapped in 09 Found, From Bail Bondsman in Carson

All American Bail Bonds in Carson has received this update regarding a five year old child who was kidnapped from Rancho Palos Verdes back in 2009 was recently found in New Orleans.
The information was provided by the L.A. County Sheriffs Department.

Tuesday March 8, 2011 12:08 PM PST
5-yr old RPV child abducted in Carson in 2009 found in New Orleans.
A 5-year child Rancho Palos Verdes child, abducted from a Carson child care center when he was three, was recovered safely in Louisiana on Friday. His parents were arrested in New Orleans by police officers and deputy United States Marshals.

Shalomiel Sol-El was placed into the care of his grandparents by the courts years ago, after repeated attempts by the County of Los Angeles to assist the parents in the proper care for Shalomiel. Shalomiel was suffering from numerous medical conditions that could have been prevented with the proper care and medication, but his parents refused to provide the child with necessary medical appointments, dental exams, occupational therapists and ophthalmology appointments.

Shalomiel was eventually placed with his maternal grandparents where a significant change was immediately evident. Shalomiel’s medical conditions improved and his speech was starting to develop.

Then, during a court appointed visitation on April 25, 2009 at a child care center in Carson, his parents allegedly abducted him.

The child's adbduction was investigated by detectives with the Carson Station of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. The case was referred to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children for assistance, after all leads had been exhausted by sheriff’s detectives.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, who work in conjunction with the U.S. Marshals Service and all police agencies, assigned the case to the Sex Offender Investigations Branch in Los Angeles which specializes in the apprehension of violent and high risk sex offenders, as well as handling child abduction cases.

Extensive efforts were made to find the child without success. This included extensive publicity and following up on any possible tips that resulted.

It seemed as though Shalomiel and his parents had disappeared without a trace for almost two years. Then on February 20, 2011, persistent police work by an observant National Park Services police officer resulted in the arrest of Ausar Allah-El, the father of the missing child.

While on patrol in New Orleans, Louisiana, the officer noticed something odd about a male who was panhandling at a park on his patrol route. Officer Pickard interviewed the panhandler and noticed he was nervous as he texted someone on his cellular phone. A warrants check revealed that the panhandler was Suspect Ausar Allah-El, who was wanted by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department for child abduction.

When Allah-El was placed into custody he indicated that his wife and child were with him in New Orleans.

With Allah-El in custody, the officer immediately notified the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children who in turn relayed the information to the case agent in Los Angeles.

The two week search for the mother and child was coordinated by the U.S. Marshals Sex offender Investigations Branch in Los Angeles and the Sex Offender Investigations Branch in New Orleans. They were assisted by the U.S. Marshals Service Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force in conjunction with the Pacific Southwest Regional Fugitive Task Force, and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

Through multiple interviews and relentless investigative work, especially by the U.S. Marshals Task Force in New Orleans and New Orleans police officers, the child's mother, Suspect Serenity Sol-El was found on Friday, March 4, and placed under arrest.

Most importantly, the mother had five year old Shalomiel with her. Shalomiel was extremely malnourished and only weighed 38 pounds. He was immediately taken into protective custody.

"Shalomiel has made the trip from New Orleans back to Rancho Palos Verdes, and has been returned to the custody of his maternal grandparents," said Deputy U.S. Marshal David Dominguez. "He is beginning to adjust to living in a normal environment. Doctors say that although the recovery process will take a while, Shalomiel should thrive with the proper medical attention. Shalomiel is already scheduled to attend school and is getting his appetite back.

Suspects Ausar Allah-El and Serenity Sol-El are in custody in New Orleans for charges related to the alleged child abduction, with bail set at $100,000.00. Extradition to Los Angeles County is being sought by sheriff's investigators.

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