Body of missing boy, 13, found in East River — mom faints after seeing dead son: cop sourcesTexas mother who fled the country
shortly after her 6-year-old son mysteriously disappeared was charged with his murder Monday — almost exactly a year after he was last seen alive. Cindy Rodriguez-Singh, 38, who is holing up in India, was indicted by a Tarrant County grand jury on one count of capital murder, two counts of injury to a child and one count of abandoning a child without intent to return.
“We’ve obviously had our belief as investigators, but now we’ve had the citizens of Tarrant County look at this and confirm they agree with us. Exactly what our thoughts are on this, so it is emotional.” headtopics.com
Noel, who has special needs, has been missing since October 2022, having last been seen alive shortly after his twin sisters were born.Cindy Rodriguez-Singh was indicted by a grand jury for murdering her 6-year-old son, who was last seen alive in October 2022.
The investigation quickly transformed into a homicide case after cadaver dogs alerted police to human remains at a filthy shack the family called home.Family members told police she would withhold food and water from Noel because she didn’t like changing his diaper and would hit him if she caught him feeding himself. headtopics.com
When Noel vanished, she allegedly tried to explain his disappearance away by telling lies, including that he was in Mexico with his biological father and that he had been sold to a stranger at a local grocery store.“How she treated this boy and all the sad things that had to occur in his life, it just continues to solidify our belief that he’s dead and she murdered him, in my mind.