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Missing Noah Thomas McIntosh
Noah, circa 2019; Bryce McIntosh; Jillian Godfrey; Bryce's BMW 330i
Missing Since 03/06/2019
Classification Endangered Missing
Date of Birth Used 03/31/2010 (10)
Age 8 years old
Height and Weight 4'5, 55 pounds
Medical Conditions Noah was born with a birth defect called bladder exstrophy; his bladder was on the outside of his body. This was surgically corrected, but he still had problems controlling his bladder at the time of his disappearance.
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian male. Blond hair, blue eyes.
On the evening of March 12, Noah's mother, Jillian Marie Godfrey, called the Riverside County Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) and requested they do a welfare check on Noah. She said she hadn't seen him since she dropped him off with his father, Bryce Daniel McIntosh, on March 4, and that on March 8, Bryce had told Jillian that Noah had been missing for two days but he would "handle it."
On March 13, the police went to Bryce's home to execute a search warrant; they sent a SWAT team because he was "possibly in possession of weapons" and it was "unknown what his current mindset is." They found Bryce, and Noah's older sister, but no sign of Noah himself, and his sister said she was aware he was missing.
Police were able to confirm that on March 4, Bryce bought gloves, bolt cutters, four gallons of muriatic acid, two bottles of drain opener, and a 32-gallon plastic trash can. That same day he made a trip to Wilson Valley Road in Aguanga, a remote area more than fifty miles east of his home, and the next day he went to Squaw Mountain Road in Temescal Valley. Investigators went to both locations, and at the Aguanga one, they found a trash can with human blood inside, a paper that said "Noah M", numerous purple latex gloves, a single blue long-cuffed glove, blankets, yellow towels, a plastic bag with human blood residue, empty drain cleaner bottles, empty oven cleaner bottles, and parts of a kitchen blender. At the Temescal Valley location they found part of a wooden spoon, one purple latex glove, a soiled yellow towel and used cleaning wipes.
On March 28, Bryce was charged with first-degree murder in his son's disappearance; authorities stated they had found evidence that left "no doubt" Noah was the victim of a homicide. They believe Bryce's vehicle, a black BMW 330i with the California license plate number 5MKE807, was a key element in Noah's murder, and asked that anyone who had seen the BMW on March 4 or March 5 contact them. When police searched the vehicle, they found purple latex gloves matching the ones found at the Aguanga and Temescal Valley sites. A photo of the car is posted with this case summary.
As early as 2013, the DPSS started getting reports that Noah was being struck hard enough to cause bruises. Beginning in August 2017, a year and a half prior to Noah's disappearance, social workers for the Riverside County DPSS had gotten at least ten reports that Bryce was abusing and neglecting Noah and his sister and that Jillian was failing to protect the children. All but two of the reports were closed as "unfounded" or "inconclusive". Two allegations of general neglect were "substantiated", but because social workers couldn't substantiate any allegations of severe neglect or abuse, Noah was not removed from his parents' custody.
On another occasion, in November 2017, Bryce forced Noah to go to school wearing a diaper, shirt and shoes but no pants, in order to humiliate him. After the school told Bryce he couldn't send his son to school without pants, Bryce sent him wearing his sister's clothes, and Noah was teased all day. The school principal had to buy a change of boy's clothes for him. Bryce said he thought Noah no longer had actual problems with his bladder and his toileting issues were caused by him "being lazy."
Jillian was not been charged with murder in Noah's case, only with child abuse. In December 2019, she pleaded guilty to two counts of child endangerment in her son's disappearance and Bryce is awaiting trial. Because Noah's murder is believed to have involved torture, he could face life in prison without parole or the death penalty if convicted.
Noah's body has never been located, but foul play is suspected in his case due to the circumstances involved.
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