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Muriel Schwenck

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https://www.krqe.com/news/new-mexico/albuquerque-authorities-search-for-missing-1-year-old/1684821809
I started to post this in the Missing forum, but it looks more like a fatal crime.
3 January 2019
Authorities are asking for the public's help in finding a missing 1-year-old girl.

The child, Anastazia Zuber, was last spoken of on December 18, 2018, when the child's father, DJ Zuber told his mother, Eva, that the child had drowned in a bathtub.

Police weren't called and it is unknown if the girl is alive or endangered.

DJ Zuber and the child's mother, Monique Romero were last known to have Anastazia with them along with two other children named Athena and David Zuber III,


The couple was last seen in Farmington driving an unknown vehicle.

Albuquerque Police have spoken to various relatives and Anastazia's location remains unknown.

Anyone with information related to the location of Anastazia Zuber is asked to call APD at 242-2677.
 

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ghosttruck

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I'm quite confused on this one...he said he kid drowned, but now maybe they are all on the run?
 

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The body of a missing 1-year-old girl has been found after tracking down her parents, according to the Albuquerque Police Department.

Police found the parents, David J. Zuber and Monique Romero, at an Albuquerque home Friday morning.
They executed several search warrants, and discovered the body of Anastazia Zuber at another northeast Albuquerque home.

Two other children were also found with the parents, and are now safely in the custody of CYFD.
https://www.kob.com/albuquerque-news/missing-1-year-old-found-dead-parents-charged/5199316/?fbclid=IwAR0Ye-Nr-OonDNG5I9qJ--wuEb_gn49XRDYCR7chaoE0NJZDvKrkxWz8U0U#.XC_3O9Y4e4s.facebook
 

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Sugar Cookie

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Judge Daniel Gallegos denied prosecutors' request to keep the mother of a 1-year-old girl, who police say was left in a bathtub to drown and then buried in a yard, behind bars.

In court Wednesday, Monique Romero showed no emotion as prosecutors detailed the crime she's accused of committing.

She was arrested last week after police found the body of her 1-year-old daughter, Anastazia Zuber, buried in the backyard of a relative's home.

Police say Romero and the father, David Zuber, had been telling family members since mid-December that the baby drowned in a bathtub.

In court Wednesday, an Albuquerque Police detective said when he interviewed Romero, she told him she left Anastazia and her 2-year-old sister in the tub of their apartment unattended while she went downstairs to look for a job on her phone.

"She went into the bathroom and found A.Z. laying face down in the bathtub, blue, and what she described as rubber," said Detective Gabe Candelaria.

He also said there was a syringe and a pipe with meth in it found inside the family's apartment.

The state then mentioned that Romero was investigated by CYFD two years ago when her 2-year-old child was born addicted to drugs.

David Zuber, who has also been arrested for the death told the mother he would, "take care of it."

Candelaria said the couple's 3-month-old baby had bruises on his body when the family was finally located.

While the judge released Romero, he is ordering drug testing and no contact with minors. However, he is allowing contact with her children, with CYFD presence.
https://www.krqe.com/news/albuquerque-metro/judge-releases-mom-accused-in-1-year-old-daughter-s-death/1694584978?fbclid=IwAR2qCj3k9SA0QkHi-VNmDD5-rpToYqWIppV-yLXAT-xm5IyC2iYOCk_53zA
 

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Keepalowprofile

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https://www.kcra.com/article/man-says-landscaper-asked-to-bury-his-cat-in-backyard-but-instead-it-was-a-dead-baby/25864241
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An Albuquerque man says his landscaper asked to bury his dead cat in the man's backyard, but it was really the body of the landscaper's 1-year-old daughter.

"He pulled the weeds, mows the yard, he takes care of the bushes of everything and lately he's been acting a little strange. We noticed that before (the) Christmas holiday,” said Thurman Dunn, who lives in the home where the body was found.

Dunn said he and most of his roommates went on vacation at the end of December.

He says while they were gone, their landscaper, David Zuber, called them for a favor.

"It was a cat that had died, one of his cats, and he needed to bury it," Dunn said.

Dunn says it wasn't a strange favor for Zuber to ask because they use their backyard as a pet cemetery.

"Basically, this is where we have buried all of our dogs that have passed away," said Dunn.

But when they got back at the beginning of January, Dunn says they got a knock on their door.

"Homeland Security, investigation teams, dig sites, everybody's here," said Dunn.

Albuquerque police say Zuber and his girlfriend, Monique Romero, were arrested last week and charged with child abuse resulting in death after the body of their 1-year-old daughter, Anastazia Romero, was discovered buried in Dunn's backyard.

"It was buried in the backyard underneath the remains of a dead dog. The body was inside two layers of a white, plastic trash bag inside of a black duffel bag," said Dunn.
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Muriel Schwenck

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With all the empty areas around Albuquerque to bury a dead baby, he asked a client for permission to use his yard.
WTF!?
 

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