Aug 05, 2022
Terrifying details emerge about brutal torture of girl, 12, held captive for a week after mom and brother dismembered
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HORROR details are emerging about the brutal torture of a 12-year-old who was held captive for a week before her mom and brother were found dismembered.
Police in Alabama said that the child chewed her way out of restraints to escape, which led police to discover the bodies.3A booking photo released by the Tallapoosa County Sheriff’s Department shows José Paulino Pascual-Reyes at the jail in Dadeville, Alabama, on August 1, 2022Credit: AP 3Reyes allegedly smothered his girlfriend, Sandra Vazquez Ceja, with a pillowCredit: Facebook/Sandy Ceja 3Dismembered bodies of the mom and her son were found in the home where the girl, 12, was tied to a bed for a week, cops saidCredit: ABC 7
The girl was restrained to bedposts for about a week beginning July 24, according to a complaint filed in court.
The document obtained by CBS News alleges that she was abducted from an undisclosed location and restrained to the bed so she could be sexually abused.
The other two victims, Sandra Vazquez Ceja and her son, were killed around the time of the alleged abduction, according to the outlet.
José Paulino Pascual-Reyes, 37, is now charged with first-degree kidnapping in addition to capital murder and corpse abuse in the deaths of the mother and boy, who was under 14 years old.Read More on this Casehorror home 'Kidnapped' girl, 12, makes daring escape & leads cops to 2 decomposing bodies
The girl was allegedly kept in a "drugged state" with alcohol and hit in the head, according to CBS News.
She was found with damaged braces and marks on her wrists, walking by the side of the road in Tallapoosa County, Alabama on August 1.
A driver picked her up and called the police, who then discovered the bodies.
"She is safe now, and so we want to keep her that way," Tallapoosa County Sheriff Jimmy Abbett said.Most read in The US SunCODE RED China 'convinced it needs to hit US with Pearl Harbor-style strike' over TaiwanSLEEP ON IT Kim shares 'embarrassing' fact about Chicago, 4, that hints she 'misses' Kanye'SO TOXIC' Meghan McCain reveals cruel comment ex cohost said that made her quit The ViewDITCHING SISTERS? Duggar fans think Joy-Anna is FEUDING with sisters after spotting 'clue'
According to arrest warrants obtained by CBS affiliate WRBL, police allege that Reyes killed and smothered his girlfriend, Ceja, with a pillow.
He allegedly killed her son by striking him with his hands and feet.
The bodies were found in a mobile home and had been cut into small pieces, authorities said.
It’s not known how long the bodies were inside the home.
According to the court documents, Ceja, 29, used an address that matched the location of the mobile home when she got traffic tickets for speeding and driving without a license in April.Read More on The US SunKIMYE FOREVER? Kim and Kanye are 'working things out' amid rumors they're back togetherSILLY SAUSAGE Image of distant star posted by top scientist was actually a piece of CHORIZO
The records did not reveal a defense attorney for Pascual-Reyes.
He is being held in the Tallapoosa County Jail.
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Concerns Mounting For Missing 15-Year-Old Montgomery County Girl
Concern is growing for a missing 15-year-old from Cabin John, authorities say.
Tatum Tomlinson was last seen on Sunday, Aug. 7, around 9 a.m., in the 6700 block of Tomlinson Terrace, according to Montgomery County police.
Tomlinson is described as being 5 foot 6 and 112 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes.
She was last seen wearing a blue sweatshirt, white shorts, and white sneakers. She was also carrying a large blue suitcase with wheels.
Tomlinson has both of her ears pierced and a nose ring.
Police and family are concerned for her welfare.
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Tatum Tomlinson is asked to call the police non-emergency number at (301) 279-8000 (24-hour line) or the Special Victims Investigations Division (240) 773- 5400. Callers may remain anonymous.