Celina Cass Stepfather
August 2, 2011 by Post Team
New Hampshire Fish and Game divers around 10:30 pm today in the river discovered Celina body, just a quarter mile from her home in West Stewartstown, New Hampshire, said Assistant Attorney General Jane Young. The body was recovered from the river in the afternoon.
Police officials said the girl’s death was considered “suspicious.” It is not clear as to what researchers had seen.
Cass Celina’s death was treated as a criminal investigation after it was determined that her body was placed in the river, said Young. The autopsy on the body is scheduled for Tuesday.
The New Hampshire girl was last seen on Monday at her computer at home living with her mother and stepfather. The next morning, when her parents went to wake her, Celina was gone.
On Monday morning, the stepfather of Celina Wendell Noyes was taken by ambulance to the hospital after he was said to have taken a “funny turn” in the driveway of the family home. Noyes was seen several times upside down and turning in the driveway.
Last week it was revealed that the stepfather of Celina has a troubled past full of accusations of criminal behavior and mental illness.
In 2003, Noyes was committed involuntarily to a hospital with a diagnosis of schizophrenia. ABC News obtained court documents shows that Noyes has a history of arrests for burglary, criminal threats, hindering apprehension and violation of a restraining order her ex-girlfriend.
His ex-girlfriend, who lived with her two sons, Noyes said he broke into her home while she and her children were asleep, grabbed a mattress and smashed down. Noyes said he also threatened to throw her down the stairs.
In addition, several comments called attention to the Facebook profile of Noyes, Noyes referring to as a “climber” and ask whether the Cass family was aware of the profile.
The vast majority of Noyes Facebook “friends” is a young woman from around the country; some fans seem to be models. The site – which is available for public viewing – shows that flirtatious comments Noyes published in some of the profiles of the girls as recently as June.
Noyes was taken to a hospital when the trial judge ruled that Noyes was competent to stand trial due to mental disorder. Judge Richard Hampe wrote that mental illness poses Noyes “risk a potentially serious risk to himself and others.” So far, Noyes has not been identified as a suspect in the death of his stepdaughter.
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