A 60-year-old woman who moves to Florida from the Las Vegas area a year after her 3-year-old retired mysteriously over 30 years ago has been arrested on charging a warrant to kill the boy, the authorities said Monday.
Amy Elizabeth Fleming from Dania, Florida, was transferred to Nevada from prison in Palm Beach County after his arrest in Boca Raton January 29 in the death of Francillon Pierre in August 1986.
The child was not found, but North Las Vegas Police Officer Eric Leavitt said that recently received a new witness account investigators saying that he killed Fleming. Leavitt refused to specify how the authorities believe that the child died.
Fleming said 28 at the time, and Lee Luster, his police officer, said the boy, called Yo-Yo's nickname, went to a swap meeting on Saturday evening.
"The people were always interested in the situation," said Leavitt. "At this point, Fleming has evidence, but the investigation is taking place."
Luster was not cured.
Investigators searched for Fleming and Luster when the boy was reported missing, and Leavitt said they rejected that the father of Pierre, who lived in Haiti, could steal the boy.
Leavitt said that the cleared father was a suspect in 1986. Police are now trying to find the father, the North Las Vegas police spokesman added.
Fleming and Luster married and moved to South Florida in 1987, said Leavitt.
The boy was officially missing for the boy, and the National Children's Center was Invoked and Used in 2011 in an age-old portrait and showed it like 29 years; age.
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