Body Of Missing Michigan Toddler Is Found In Creek One Mile From Trailer Park He Was Last Seen Wearing His Pajamas.

A missing toddler’s body was discovered in a Michigan stream a mile distant from where he was last seen.

Noah Alan Jordan, one, went missing around 11 a.m. on Sunday from a trailer park in Kent County’s Cutler Estates while still wearing his pajamas. This morning, he was discovered in Buck Creek, about a mile north of the estate.
Investigators had frantically looked for the little baby, calling on every door and scoured the neighborhood for any trace of him. The Kent County Sheriff’s Office used aerial drones, watercraft, and K9 teams.
Footprints discovered near the stream on Sunday afternoon centered their investigations on the water, although it is still uncertain if they were his.


The stream search was called off late Sunday owing to safety issues as water levels increased. They proceeded this morning, and Noah was ultimately recovered about 9 a.m.
The cause of death has yet to be identified.

Sgt. Eric Brunner of the Kent County Sheriff’s Office stated that it’s always difficult with children, particularly. They put forth extra effort.


Police said in an articulation that at 9 a.m. this morning, rescuers located Noah Jordan’s corpse in Buck Creek. He was discovered approximately a mile north of the original spot. They appreciate the community’s help at this tough time.
The KCSO also appreciates the local partners, including the Michigan State Police, the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office, the Cutlerville Fire Department, the Georgetown Fire Department, and various other fire and search and rescue organizations that have assisted since the incident began yesterday. During this terrible moment, their thoughts are with Noah’s family and friends. KCSO will continue to provide support to the family at this difficult time.
May this precious soul rest in peace. Hope the family finds strength to bear this horrifying tragedy.

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