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Corona police on Thursday continued searching for a missing 8-year-old boy after arresting his parents on suspicion of child abuse.

Officers were dispatched after receiving a report of an "at-risk" missing child named Noah McIntosh, according to a Corona Police Department news release.

Responding officers spoke with the boy's mother, 36-year-old Jillian Godfrey. However, they were unsuccessful in their efforts to reach his father, 32-year-old Bryce McIntosh, at a local apartment, the release stated.

Police served a search warrant around 8 a.m. the following day at the father's residence, where they located the man along with his 11-year-old daughter. Noah, however, was nowhere to be found.

Officers have since arrested Godfrey and McIntosh, who are suspected of child abuse "based on evidence recovered during the investigation," police said.


Officials declined to release photos of either parent.

Investigators are now seeking the public's help to locate Noah, who was last seen approximately two weeks ago in the 4600 block of Temescal Canyon Road, according to police.
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As the search for 8-year-old Noah McIntosh continued, his grandfather said Friday that he believes the Corona boy who once lived with him in Anaheim is dead.

Noah has been missing for about two weeks, Corona police said. His parents — Bryce Daniel McIntosh, 32, and Jillian Marie Godfrey, 36 — were arrested Wednesday on suspicion of willful child cruelty because of interviews and discovered evidence, Sgt. Chad Fountain said. They never reported him missing.

Doug Godfrey, who is Jillian Godfrey’s father, said the parents are not married. He said he and his wife raised Noah and his 11-year-old sister for eight years. McIntosh eventually persuaded Jillian to move from to Anaheim to Corona, Doug Godfrey said.

McIntosh then “wrestled control” of the children from his daughter, Godfrey said.

Godfrey has a theory on what happened to Noah. He said Noah was born with his bladder outside his body, and that other birth defects caused Noah to sometimes wet his pants. Godrey said McIntosh “is a violent man” and that perhaps the burden of raising Noah caused him to snap.

“Did I think he’d kill Noah? I thought at one time he would kill the whole family,” said Godfrey, who during an interview would not refer to McIntosh by name.

Corona police Friday confirmed that it was Jillian Godfrey who called Tuesday, asking them to check in on her children. She had been living in her car at the apartment complex where McIntosh lived with the children, hoping to see them, Doug Godfrey said.

His daughter became concerned when she showed up at the apartment for her weekly Tuesday visit and there was no response.

Godfrey said he called Riverside County Child Protective Services a year or so ago, fearing that Noah was being abused, but caseworkers determined that there was no cause to take the boy away. Agency spokesman Gene Kennedy said Friday that he could not comment because of privacy regulations.
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