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“It was a tragic accident:” Two-year-old boy, missing since January 14th, found dead

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CHESTER COUNTY, Tennessee — Rescue found the body of two-year-old Noah Chamberlin on Thursday afternoon, January 21st, according to WREG.

Noah went missing on January 14th while walking through a wooded area with his grandmother and sister.

The boy was found dead by rescue crews about a mile from the home.

“It was a tragic accident,” Chester County Sheriff Blair Weaver said through tears. Weaver was adamant no foul play was involved in Noah’s disappearance.

On Wednesday, January 20th, the search crews added a few hundred more acres to the more than 1,000 already searched. Law enforcement had covered roughly 1,000 acres of land searching for Noah.  He was found on the outskirts of an area previously searched.

Police have asked the public to keep the victim’s family in their thoughts and prayers.

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16 comments

  • Bonnie

    Anytime I was walking with a toddler, I always had their hand so they wouldn’t fall, wander, or take off. Something isn’t right.

    • AH

      Soooo, you are smarter than authorities and everyone who knew them? You shouldn’t run your mouth unless you know what you’re talking about! You should’ve been looking instead of gossiping.

      • Liberalshavenoclue

        Ok “AH” so Bonnie should fly out there, on her own expense, to help look for a toddler that a grandmother and sister failed to watch or keep track of properly? That sounds like a typical braindead liberal response If I ever heard it.. trying to shirk responsibility AND beg for handouts in one posting. Pathetic.

    • AH

      Yes, something IS wrong with people like you who know nothing of the details of the case and yet you know more than authorities and the people who found him. Your pitiful.

      • KR

        AH- It doesn’t seem right is all they’re saying! I have to agree with them too. Who walks in a wooded area with a 2 year old and have them go missing? How do you not realize your 2 year old toddler is not by your side anymore? And not just beside you, but no where to be found! Doesn’t make sense at all.

      • KR

        Btw AH, do you know the details of this case? Are you working it? Were you there? I’m assuming your answer is no, so how about you stop with your ridiculous remarks to others like you know exactly what’s going on.

      • AH

        To KR. Yes, in matter of fact. I do know the details of the case, and that is where you all are missing the fact. I do know that the place where he was found was not search before. Why you ask? Because all the news articles are wrong about how far he got. He got further than any young boy has ever gotten from where he was lost. They where looking in the area radius of how far that age can usually go, but this young boy was not the usual young boy witch is the reason he got away from grandma in the first place. Second, the reason grandma wasn’t holding his hand is she stop to help his little sister. You don’t know grandma and you don’t know this young boy. Back to my first post, the authorities and the people who know them and the people who found him believe grandma’s story but you all know nothing yet you judge them harshly. Lastly, you think I don’t know what I’m talking about? I know who found him and it just happens to be a very very close relative of mine.

  • Maria

    First off. The little boy was found near a area that was already searched. They should of had a 24 he search team I don’t believe the story that they are telling no dogs picked up the cent.I could not lay in a warm bed knowing he was out there alone and freezing its heart breaking knowing that every one left him all alone I think grandma needs to be investigated God help who ever is lying he was to little to get away so fast dear Noah I am so sorry you were left in the cold rest in piece sweetheart. I prey for you that they find out what really happen to you

    • AH

      Ok, NEAR an area that was searched. Not ON an area that was searched. And dogs, it’s simple, it rained. Do you really think they where sleeping while he was out there? You obviously don’t know the love of a mother or grandmother.

      • Jo

        I am a grand parent to a 2 year old, I know how fast they go and I know how hard it is to keep an eye on one child yet alone 2. I am heartbroken over this and yes it can happen that fast. I turned my head and she was down the stairs before I could even stop her. She also loves to run and hide. So people who judge be careful. Shut up This grandmother has to live with this for the rest of her life. It’s easy to sit in judgement behind a computer screen, and spew hateful mean things, you should be ashamed of yourselves.

  • Angela ochoa

    My heart is broken to know a little innocent boy it not knowing what’s was going on. Poor baby boy, my heart go’s out to the family. My prayers for healing for the family

  • Desiree Strockis

    Read the books by Dave Paulides!! Check him out on Facebook,he writes about stories like this that happen All the time All over the place, especially in national parks, everyone should be aware of his work, you will be very surprised how often this scenario happens. Very sad, prayers for the family…

  • Jo

    I am a grand parent to a 2 year old, I know how fast they go and I know how hard it is to keep an eye on one child yet alone 2. I am heartbroken over this and yes it can happen that fast. I turned my head and she was down the stairs before I could even stop her. She also loves to run and hide. So people who judge be careful. Shut up This grandmother has to live with this for the rest of her life. It’s easy to sit in judgement behind a computer screen, and spew hateful mean things, you should be ashamed of yourselves.

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