Authorities find bones during search for baby Owen missing from New York

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Owen Hildalgo-Calderon missing New York

Bones have been found on a New York farm that the authorities believe belong to missing Owen Hildalgo-Calderon.

Owen Hidalgo-Calderon, was 14-months-old when he went missing on May 23, 2018.  It was realized he was missing when the body of Owen’s mother, Selena Hidalgo-Calderon, 18, was found on a farm in Sodus, Wayne County, New York.  Owen and his mom were last seen together on Joy road in Sodus a week earlier.

The boyfriend of Selena, Everado Donoteo-Reyes, 25, has been charged with tampering with evidence.  He admitted to hiding Selena’s body but said he did not kill her, just buried her body so he would not be blamed for killing her.  A trail camera shows him going in and out of the woods with a shovel.  He also told authorities he didn’t know where Owen was.

Donoteo-Reyes, is also known as  Ebavardo Gutierrez-Reyes.  Selena and he had lived together since November 2017 and most recently at a farm on Joy Road. He is not Owen’s father.

 The Times of Wayne County, sources close to the investigation said the bones were found on a farm in Sodus, near the site where the body of the baby’s mother, Selena Hidalgo-Calderon, 18, was found.

 

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