UPDATE December 2019 – Jillian Godfrey, the mother of 8-year-old Noah McIntosh has pleaded guilty to two charges of child cruelty.
Bryse McIntosh purchased acid, a 32-gallon trash barrel, gloves and drain cleaner shortly after Jillian Godfrey last saw Noah in early March. A stores video shows McIntosh purchasing a barrel, along with empty bottles of drain cleaner, gloves and other items including a paper with “Noah M.” on it. These items were recovered March 13 in a county area near Aguanga, the arrest declaration says.
UPDATE March 27, 2019 – District Attorney Michael Hestrin announced today that although Noah is still missing, Bryce McIntosh was being charged with first-degree murder and special-circumstance murder or torture.
Original story – Noah McIntosh, 8, has been missing from his home at the Temescal Canyon Road apartments at the 4500 block of Temescal Canyon Road in Corona, California. Authorities are trying to narrow down the time that he was last seen and estimate it was sometime between February 20, 2019 and March 12, 2019.
Jillian Marie Godfrey, 36, Noah’s mother called the police on March 5, regarding Noah who was living with his father, Bryce Daniel McIntosh, 32, after she had not seen him. Police tried to talk with Bryce several times, but he refused to speak with police. With a search warrant, authorities went into the apartment and found McIntosh and his 11-year-old daughter, but Noah was not there, police said.
On Wednesday , March 13, Bryce and Jillian were arrested and charged with felony child endangerment.
The Press Enterprise reports that authorities and a plumber were seen at the apartment on Monday.
The item taken from the apartment was described by the media as large and apparently heavy, wrapped in a blue tarp. The plumber had camera equipment but nothing has been said as to the reason or what was searched for.
Authorities ask anyone with information about this case or Noah’s whereabouts was asked to call Senior Detective Mario Hernandez at 951-279-3659