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Texas EquuSearch still looking for Nadia Lee in Pasadena

Texas Equusearch was on boats in the bayou looking for the little woman, who has been lacking since October 16.

PASADENA, Texas — Friday afternoon, Texas Equusearch mentioned new info prompted them to re-start search efforts for lacking 2-year-old Nadia Lee in Pasadena.

Specifically, EquuSearch is looking alongside the bayou throughout from the residence complicated the place Lee’s father, Jyron Lee, lived.

Jyron Lee was arrested and charged with homicide for the dying of Nadia Lee’s mom, Nancy Reed. Investigators say Reed was strangled to dying. It was after Reed’s killing that Houston police found the little woman was lacking.

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“Our canines did do some alerting on issues once they have been in the boat,” mentioned Tim Miller, the founding father of Texas EquuSearch, close to the bayou by Jyron Lee’s dwelling. 

He now believes Nadia Lee could have been put in some form of container. 

“I’m not going to say what that containment is, however we’re fairly positive of that,” he mentioned.

EquuSearch had additionally searched a personal landfill in Pasadena whereas looking for Nadia Lee.

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“I hoped they’d discovered her as a result of I hadn’t seen anybody out right here looking anymore,” mentioned Estella Espinoza, a neighbor.

She heard concerning the case weeks in the past and was shocked to see search crews return. 

“I hope she is discovered alive but when she’s not, I hope she is discovered quickly, it’s beginning to get chilly,” mentioned Espinoza.

The climate might impression the flexibility to go looking, however Miller mentioned he gained’t quit on Nadia Lee. 

“I believe if she is in right here, we’re going to give it our greatest shot and convey in each useful resource that we are able to presumably deliver in,” he said. “We are removed from performed.” 

Texas Equusearch plans to fulfill with HPD murder investigators on Monday. Next week, they’re hoping to get dive groups in the water. 

It isn’t identified what Nadia was sporting however she could have had on a white short-sleeve T-shirt on the time of her disappearance. Nadia has brown eyes and black hair. She is about 2 ft 5 inches tall and weighs about 50 kilos.

If you see her or have any details about her whereabouts, contact HPD’s Homicide Division at 714-308-3600 or Texas EquuSearch at 281-309-9500.

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