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Amy Fleming, 60, faces a charge of felony murder and is currently being held in the Palm Beach County Main Detention Center after being arrested in Boca Raton.

She is currently being held on $1 million bond.

Francillon Pierre was last seen at a North Las Vegas swap meet in August 1986. His mother, then Amy Luster, and his stepfather, Lee Luster, said they lost track of the boy -- nicknamed Yo-Yo -- and asked police not to publicize the case because they said they didn't want the media to sensationalize it.

The couple was awaiting trial on child abuse charges when Pierre disappeared. The Lusters told police that Pierre's father, Jean Pierre, may have abducted the boy and taken him home to Haiti. However, authorities ruled out Jean Pierre as a suspect, and the boy was never found.

Police had said they suspected the Lusters in the case, but they did not have enough evidence to charge either of them. In the years since, the boy was officially considered a missing person and appeared in fliers and posters. Officials even produced an age-progressed portrait of Francillon Pierre in 2011.

U.S. marshals arrested Fleming on Jan. 29 in Palm Beach County.

North Las Vegas police had been investigating the cold case for the past several months and issued an arrest warrant Dec. 13, 2018, for Fleming.


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Morbid

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  • At the time of the boy’s disappearance, Amy and Lee Luster were awaiting trial on child abuse charges. They later took a plea deal and were placed on 5 years probation.
  • North Las Vegas police have been working on the cold case for over a year. It is not known at this time what evidence led them to finally file charges against the mother.
  • The North Las Vegas Police Department is expected to answer questions about the case during a press conference Feb. 11.

 

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QuickSugar

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Amy Fleming, 60, faces a charge of felony murder and is currently being held in the Palm Beach County Main Detention Center after being arrested in Boca Raton.

She is currently being held on $1 million bond.

Francillon Pierre was last seen at a North Las Vegas swap meet in August 1986. His mother, then Amy Luster, and his stepfather, Lee Luster, said they lost track of the boy -- nicknamed Yo-Yo -- and asked police not to publicize the case because they said they didn't want the media to sensationalize it.

The couple was awaiting trial on child abuse charges when Pierre disappeared. The Lusters told police that Pierre's father, Jean Pierre, may have abducted the boy and taken him home to Haiti. However, authorities ruled out Jean Pierre as a suspect, and the boy was never found.

Police had said they suspected the Lusters in the case, but they did not have enough evidence to charge either of them. In the years since, the boy was officially considered a missing person and appeared in fliers and posters. Officials even produced an age-progressed portrait of Francillon Pierre in 2011.

U.S. marshals arrested Fleming on Jan. 29 in Palm Beach County.

North Las Vegas police had been investigating the cold case for the past several months and issued an arrest warrant Dec. 13, 2018, for Fleming.


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Ok so ...there is no body, no weapon and no motive?
 

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