Does Tucson Police think Isabel’s father did it? Pre-trial set for June 4th after being held for arraignment

According to Case Number M-1041-CR-12033020 in the Arizona Supreme Court website, there is a case open titled:

State of Arizona vs Sergio Celis

Pre-trial is set for June 4th, 2012 under Judge Nikki A Chayet in Tucson Municipal Court.

In the meantime CPS is not allowing Sergio Celis access to his other children, and it appears he has a history of law problems, and possibly a problem with alcohol.

Redacted 9-11 transcripts below

 

If my child was missing I don’t know if I would be able to say “I believe my child was abducted” when calling 9-11.

My tone would be a bit more “HELP, MY CHILD IS MISSING! I CAN’T FIND MY CHILD!!!” but that’s just me.

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4 comments on “Does Tucson Police think Isabel’s father did it? Pre-trial set for June 4th after being held for arraignment
  1. 2 plus 2 have not added up to 4 since day 1 of this case.  Something sinister is taking place here.  Happy to hear that the father can no longer have access to the other children.  I sure hope that little girl is safe … but doubtful!!  WHY? WHY? WHY?  – Your own flesh and blood???? 

  2. Tucson city court only sees misdemeanor cases. It is a known fact that Sergio was cited for “dog at large” two days prior to Isabel’s disappearance. That is the likely charge you found. He already appeared for the initial appearance and that too was covered on local TV. He must have pled not guilty and that leads to further court dates. Sorry, this has nothing to do with Isabel’s disappearance.

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