Police search for 5-year-old boy missing in Pasadena
UPDATE 7/1/17 – The body of 5-year-old Aramazd Andressian has been found. He was located around Lake Cachuma which is about 15 miles northwest of Santa Barbara. The detectives located his remains based on additional leads per the Sheriff’s Department news release Saturday.
UPDATE 6/24/17 – Aramazd Sr. has been arrested for the murder of his son. Little Aramazd is still missing.
“After reviewing all of the evidence in this case, Homicide Investigators presented the facts to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office and obtained a murder filling against the suspect,” the Sheriff’s Department said in a release posted to Facebook.
UPDATE 5/27/17 – Authorities have gone to the home of Aramazd’s paternal grandmother with a warrant on Thursday. Media is reported seized evidence from the home on the 500 block of North Via Val Verde.
UPDATE 5/20/17 – Little Aramazd is still missing. New information has been released by the authorities. They state that Aramazd Sr., had taken prescription drugs before he passed out, and his BMW had been doused with gasoline inside and out. The matches and a gas can were found inside the car.
“How those items play into what occurred — he has not been cooperative, so we don’t know,” said sheriff’s Lt. Joe Mendoza.
Aramazd Sr. was released from jail when there was no evidence that he had anything to do with Aramazd disappearance to keep him there.
Original story: The police are searching for missing Aramazd Andressian, Jr., 5, who went missing near Arroyo Park in Pasadena, Calif. Aramazd’s father, Aramazd Andressian, 35, was found passed out in the park along Stoney Dr, reports KTLA5 news. Aramazd was taken to the hospital and released late Saturday night. Around 9 a.m. Sunday, April 23, 2017, Aramazd’s mother called the San Marino Police Dept. to report that her husband had not shown up with their child after visitation as planned on Saturday. The last communication she had with them was Tuesday, reports ABC7 news.
The police realized that the report of the missing child and the arrest of the father were the same and the police arrested Aramazd for suspicion of child abduction and child endangerment.
“When we found out the boy was missing we don’t know if he crawled out of the car himself, if he walked away, if he was abducted – we have no idea,” the police said during an afternoon press conference.
Authorities stated that Aramazd has been changing his story about the whereabouts of his son and police stated the father as “not very forthcoming.”