Mom arrested after saying 2-year-old son disappeared from his bed

Hampton police: Mother of missing 2-year-old is in custody

Hampton police: Mother of missing 2-year-old is in custody

The mother of missing 2-year-old Hampton boy Noah Tomlin has been arrested in connection with the toddler's death, WTKR reports.

On Wednesday afternoon, Hampton Police Chief Terry Sult shared an update on the hunt for Noah, saying that while authorities are "still hopeful" they will locate the child "safe and sound", they are also "looking at all potential aspects that this case could lead us to".

"Based on the highly coordinated investigation, we believe him to be deceased", Sult said, adding Noah's mother, 34-year-old Julia Leanna Tomlin, had been arrested, with charges pending.

"We're turning over every stone", Chief Sult said.

The charges have not been revealed.

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Noah Tomlin was last seen Monday at around 1 a.m. when he was put to bed in his home in Hampton, Virginia wearing a green and white pajama shirt and diaper, an Federal Bureau of Investigation statement said Monday. His mother reported him missing at 11:36 a.m. the same day.

She was charged with three counts of child neglect, he said. "We're not ruling anything out until we find the child". His mother is "holding up as well as you could expect under the circumstances", according to Sult.

"It will switch from where is Noah to justice for Noah" said Jammie Abbott, wearing a T-shirt that read "Where Is Noah?" They also have not said if the child has gotten out of the home before. "There are so many people out there in the community who would be willing to take care of a child to make sure this doesn't happen". But now, police allege that the child's mother was involved.

Officers focused the search for Noah on the city landfill on Thursday and Friday. "We are not releasing the search area in an effort to maintain integrity", he said in an email. The fifth stage is the landfill, so from our previous experience in previous investigations, this is one of the elements that needs to be explored for a missing person cases, ' said Hampton Police spokesman Reginald Williams. It will start with a prayer at 8 p.m., and attendees are encouraged to bring a candle for the candle lighting at 8:30 p.m.

Anyone with information regarding the boy's whereabouts is urged to call the Hampton Police Division at 757-727-6111.

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