Thursday, November 17, 2011

Nancy Grace breaks Tyler Dasher case, body found, mother confesses

Turned on HLN.... Well the worst case is what a lot of people were suspecting, there was no baby snatching, mother confessed to beating son to death. Looks like this case isn't getting much national press, though it's hit UK.

Looks like it's not the same as the case with the open window and cell phone

Father of Missing Missouri Baby Reports Finding Unlocked Door, Open Window at Home


Now if somebody can please pay attention to this case:

Murder of Robert Eric Wone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robert Eric Wone was murdered in Washington, D.C. in August 2006. The case remains unsolved. Wone's body was found in the home of a college friend

Another wierd parents killed child story: .

Dad Drowned Son in Washing Machine for Chilling Reason three-year-old Bastien never had a chance when his 33-year-old father Christophe Champenois pushed him into the washing machine. The toddler died from his injuries, which were allegedly inflicted because he acted out in his preschool class. But the real reason, according to his grandmother, is much more chilling.

The boy's grandmother told Le Parisen that Bastien was an "unwanted child." She reported that the day Bastien was born, his father was "drinking with his friends and told me he didn't want the child." So for three years, the father abused this child until one day he finally killed him. And it wasn't the first time he had placed the child in the washing machine, according to The Huffington Post
Nancy Grace breaks baby snatched from crib case

Breaking: Cops say mom beat her 13-month-old boy to death for crying & ditched the body in a cemetery. Then she went home to get her beauty rest. Do you think alleged murder was premeditated?

Mom's photo set here

UK mail in typical tablois style is on top of the story too. In seattle we have a mother who claims she left her baby in a car when it ran out of gas, sounds awfully similar.

'He wouldn't lay down or sleep': Mother 'murdered baby son in fit of rage when he wouldn't stop crying' Body of Tyler Dasher discovered by dog walkers near cemetery 

  • Mother, 20, admitted beating him to death in fit of rage when he wouldn't stop crying
  • Had been drinking until 2.30am 

 She also admitted disposing of his body, which was found discarded near a cemetery about a mile from his home on Tuesday, hours after Dasher reported him missing. Shelby Dasher, 20, was charged with second-degree murder after admitting to police she repeatedly struck her son Tyler in a rage  because he was crying and 'wouldn't lay down, wouldn't go back to sleep'. 

Confession: Shelby Dasher said she had been drinking until 2.30am and when her mother left for work at 7.30am, she then beat her son in a rage. Everything after that was 'fuzzy' she said
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MO mom who claimed her baby disappeared, charged with his murder

By Joan Firstenberg
Dec 6, 2011 in Crime
Missouri Police say Shelby Dasher was arrested less than 16 hours after she reported her 13-month-old son missing. The child's tiny body was found near a cemetery about a mile from his home. The mother now being held on $500,000 cash bond, is charged with second-degree murder in the death of her 13-month-old son Tyler Dasher.

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Three innocent victims of violence remembered in separate services - Nov 21, 2011
LOUIS • Pictures of the woman who gave Tyler Dasher life — and now stands accused of taking it in a burst of rage — hung next to his closed tiny white ...

3 victims of killings linked by senselessness Jefferson City News Tribune ST. LOUIS (AP) — Three different recent killings across the St. Louis area have caught the attention of people ranging from a prosecutor to clergy to a funeral home director. Funerals were Monday for 13-month-old Tyler Dasher of Affton, 17-year-old Antionette Wilkins of St. Louis and 92-year-old Arteria King, also of St. Louis.
Tyler’s mother is charged with killing him. Wilkins was shot in the back as she ran from gunfire. King was beaten to death by an intruder.
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Funeral services for Tyler Dasher 

KRCG - Nov 21, 2011
Services for Tyler Dasher are scheduled for 10:30 am at St. Mark Catholic Church in Affton. Last Thursday, a St. Louis County judge entered a not guilty ...

Baby Tyler's father, friends sets the record straight‎ When Tyler first went missing media learned about, and quickly reported that the baby's mother, Shelby Dasher, had sought, and later retracted, a restraining order against the baby's father, Joe, in 2010. StLouis County Police spokesman Rick Eckhardt said in a phone interview Thursday that the public quickly jumped to conclusions believing Shelby's claim that Baby Tyler was abducted from his crib and pointing the finger at the baby's father. Within hours Shelby confessed to killing her baby because he wouldn’t stop crying and wouldn’t go back to sleep, then dumping his body at a nearby cemetery

    Nov 19, 2011 – AFFTON • Christine Dasher looked at the bottles, formula, diapers, crib, clothing, toys and other things that belonged to her.
      1. Mother of slain toddler Tyler Dasher pleads not guilty to murder in ... 
        Nov 17, 2011 – Shelby Dasher, 20, pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder Thursday morning Read more by Casey Glynn on CBS News' Crimesider. Shelby Dasher, 20, pleaded not guilty to a charge of second-degree murder, reports CBS affiliate KMOV.
        After the judge determined Dasher did not have an attorney, she was told one would be appointed for her and referred to the public defender's office. Dasher appeared indifferent during her court appearance, KMOV reports.
    Nov 17, 2011 – Shelby Dasher, 20, was charged with second-degree murder after admitting to police she repeatedly struck her son Tyler in a rage because he ...

    St. Louis County Lt. Gary Guinn knew he wasn't dealing with a normal missing child case within 10 minutes of arriving Tuesday at the home of Shelby Dasher and her mother, Christine Dasher.
    Christine Dasher was hysterical. Shelby Dasher, 20, was calm — not the expected reaction from a woman who had just reported that her 1-year-old son, Tyler, had vanished from his crib, Guinn said.
    "I've been doing this for so long, you just get the feel for what you're dealing with when you have that initial contact with people," said the police veteran of 37 years. "And on this one, I didn't get a good feel for the mother. … The story she initially gave us was just bizarre, and her behavior was even worse. When you put those two things together, within 10 minutes we knew."
    Guinn also predicted Shelby Dasher would confess to the crime, said Chief Tim Fitch.
    Ultimately, Guinn's gut was right.
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    1. Dead Toddler Tyler Dasher's Mother Told Cops She Beat Him ... › US
      Nov 16, 2011 – The mother of a dead 1-year-old Missouri boy told police she struck him repeatedly when he wouldn't stop crying or lie down, then dumped his ...Asked why he was charging Dasher with second-degree murder, not first-degree murder, McCulloch cited the lack of deliberation.
      "It's the difference between hot-blooded and cold-blooded murder," he said.
      McCulloch said the lesson for the community was, "Raising a child can be frustrating. There are a myriad of ways to deal with that. This isn't one of them."
      After McCulloch spoke, St. Louis police chief Tim Fitch said the skills of his investigators and interrogators led Dasher to surrender information that led to the charge.
      He said one of the first investigators on the scene recognized "rather quickly, thanks to his experience in cases of child abuse, this wasn't a missing or abducted child."

    Tyler Dasher's Father Attends Vigil - KTVI 16, 2011
    It was emotional Wednesday night for Joe Ellington, 24, the father of Tyler Dasher , 1, allegedly beaten to ...

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