SOUTH PASADENA >> Authorities on Monday widened the seek for a lacking 5-yr-previous boy whose father was discovered unconscious final week in a South Pasadena park.
The daddy stays in custody at South Pasadena jail.
Sheriff’s Lt. Joe Mendoza stated they’re looking different places in Southern California for Aramazd Andressian Jr., with out saying the place these searches have been occurring.
Regulation enforcement can also be contemplating the likelihood that somebody, whether or not household or a stranger, might be hiding the kid.
Whereas they don’t seem to be at present serving a search warrant at a residence, Mendoza stated they’ve checked relations’ homes, however got here up empty.
The boy was final seen April 15 on the Baldwin Park police station when his mom turned him over to the custody of his father, Aramazd Andressian Sr. of South Pasadena.
Detectives stated the couple is divorcing.
The mom reported her son lacking Saturday when Andressian Sr. didn’t return the boy.
The daddy was discovered unconscious subsequent to his parked automotive at Arroyo Park on Saturday morning. His son wasn’t with him.
“He handed out. He doesn’t keep in mind what occurred,” Mendoza stated. He added that the daddy gave conflicting statements.
South Pasadena police arrested Andressian Sr. on suspicion of kid endangerment that afternoon.
Search and rescue groups scoured Arroyo Park for the lacking baby on Sunday however didn’t discover him.
Andressian Sr. drives a 2004 grey four-door BMW with the California license plate quantity 5FIL646. Witnesses and household informed deputies he took the boy to Disneyland on Thursday, in accordance with Mendoza.
Aramazd Jr. has brown hair, brown eyes, stands about three-and-a-half ft tall, weighs fifty five kilos and has a small mole on the underside of his proper shoulder. He was final seen sporting a grey and white striped shirt, grey sweatpants and tan footwear or a turquoise shirt and plaid shorts.
Anybody with details about the lacking boy is requested to name South Pasadena police at 626-403-07270 or the sheriff’s Lacking Individuals Element at 323-890-5500. Ideas can also be submitted anonymously to L.A. Regional Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477.