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Post  Twiglet on Tue Sep 07, 2010 4:23 am

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Reward offered for information in Sylar Newton's death‎

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$5000 reward offered in Sylar Newton case‎

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Post  merlynsam on Thu Sep 30, 2010 4:52 am

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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Sylar Newton

I feel such sorrow for Charity Newton. She loved Sylar with all of her heart, and wanted a good life for him. Charity was one of those rare parents who understood that she could not give it to him. So, she allowed her baby to live with a couple who she honestly believed would be everything that she thought she was not.

All of the information isn't in yet, but it seems that little Sylar suffered greatly in his short life. Drugs were actually found in his diaper. The police and the CPS did nothing. There were repeated calls made to the authorities, and nothing changed for him.

There were even reports made from the campground where Sylar and the custodial couple were supposed to be vacationing. He was shoved to the ground, called nasty vomit, and other words that I won't repeat. No tiny child should ever have to suffer this hellish treatment.

And then, he "disappeared."

Sylar's remains were found several weeks later. I am not sure if there will ever be a clear cause of death. That might work in the favor of his two murderers.

Charity tried desperately to make sure that her son would not suffer the way that she had, growing up. That happens to be a lot more than some parents are capable of. She had the strength to let go of the baby she loved. And now, she has to let go again.

Charity, you and Sylar are in my prayers.

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September 22, 2010 4:23 PM

Here's a partial update. I saw in the news today that the coroner had found traces of some tranquilizers in Sylar's remains. The year before, Sylar almost died from an overdose of tranquilizers that he had somehow gotten into at the home of his custodial family. He was hospitalized for a long time.

I'll add more information as it becomes available.

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Post  merlynsam on Fri Oct 22, 2010 5:33 am

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October 4, 2010

Remains found near campground confirmed to be those of missing toddler

RIMROCK, Ariz. – DNA results confirm that human remains found almost two months ago are those of a 2-year-old missing since July.

Sylar Newton was reported missing July 25 while camping with his custodial mother and other family members in Rimrock, Ariz.

Late last week, Yavapai County sheriff’s deputies received the DNA results from the human remains found by a relative on Aug. 10. The remains were found less than two miles from the Beaver Creek Campground.

Detectives are waiting for toxicology results, which will help determine the direction of the investigation. According to sheriff's spokesman Dwight D'Evelyn, witnesses at the campground told detectives that Sylar looked as if he were under the influence of either medication or possibly a narcotic.

The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office and the FBI have increased the amount of the cash reward to $8,000 for information on this case.

Anyone with information can call YSCO at 928-771-3278 or Silent Witness at 1-800-932-3232

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Post  merlynsam on Fri Oct 22, 2010 5:37 am

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By: Katie Fisher

YCSO confirms remains found in N. Arizona that of 2-year-old Sylar Newton

FLAGSTAFF, AZ - Newly released autopsy results confirm skeletal remains found near a northern Arizona campground in August are those of 2-year-old Sylar Newton, who vanished July 24.

Yavapai County Sheriff's Office spokesman Dwight D'Evelyn said detectives last week received DNA results from the human remains, which were found at the bottom of a wash less than two miles from the campground where Sylar was last seen.

The families of the boy have reportedly been notified of the identification.

The toddler was camping with his custodial mother and her family in the Beaver Creek Campground near Rimrock when they reported that he wandered away.

D'Evelyn said detectives are still awaiting toxicology test results which will be a factor in the investigation.

Witnesses at the campground reportedly told detectives Sylar appeared as if he was under the influence of a narcotic or medication. Documents later released by YCSO showed that Sylar's mother and grandmother admitted to being on methadone and his grandmother admitted to detectives that she had smoked marijuana that day.

D'Evelyn said an increased cash reward has been offered for information regarding the case. The reward, now set at $8,000, has been provided by both Yavapai Silent Witness and the FBI.

http://www.abc15.com/dpp/news/region_northern_az/flagstaff/ycso-confirms-remains-found-in-n.-arizona-that-of-2-year-old-sylar-newton


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Post  merlynsam on Fri Oct 22, 2010 5:43 am

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6/10/2010 8:35:00 AM

by Jon Hutchinson

Remains finally confirmed as Sylar Newton



CAMP VERDE -- It seems like it has taken forever, but the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office received results late last week that show human remains recovered Aug. 10 are those of young Syler Newton. Those DNA test results confirmed the remains are 2-year-old Sylar who was reported missing on July 25th.

Detectives are still awaiting toxicology tests results that will be a factor in the direction of the current investigation. Witnesses at the campground told detectives Sylar appeared as if he was under the influence of a narcotic or medication.

The skeletal remains were found less than two miles from the campground where Sylar was last seen camping with his adoptive family. The remains were located at the bottom of a wash and is thought to have come to rest in the area due to recent flash flooding.

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Post  Twiglet on Mon Oct 10, 2011 7:30 am

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26 December 2011

Custodial grandmother of toddler found dead arrested

The custodial grandmother of a 2-year-old found dead earlier this year near a northern Arizona campground has been arrested, authorities said.

Police arrested Nancy Collins, 57, around 10 a.m. Saturday at a Flagstaff-area motel.

Collins is the custodial grandmother of Sylar Newton, 2, who was found dead in a wash in August. The boy was reported missing from the Beaver Creek campground, where his custodial mother and Collins' daughter, Christina Priem, had been camping.

Collins was booked into the Coconino County Jail District Detention Center on a child-abuse charge and felony drug violations, according to the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office.


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Post  Twiglet on Tue Oct 30, 2012 9:47 am

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19 April 2012

Pre-trial motions argued in Sylar Newton case

Neither Christina Priem, nor her mother Nancy Collins spoke Tuesday morning while their attorneys argued pre-trial motions to preclude evidence or testimony in the child abuse case over Sylar Newton.

Two-year-old Sylar's body was found near a wash two weeks after he reportedly disappeared at the Beaver Creek campground in late July 2010.

The afternoon of the day before little Sylar vanished, as Christiana Priem's mother told investigators, Sylar got into her "lockbox" while the adults were taking a nap. The small decorative box was kept closed with a screwed-on window-latch, inside which Nancy Collins kept the prescription seizure medicine Klonopin, marijuana, paraphernalia and methadone.

Prosecutor Dana Collins Tuesday read from an investigator's interview with Collins, who gave varying accounts of how much Klonopin Sylar may have ingested. Collins reportedly said she knocked a half-pill out of the boy's mouth, which she took later.

The child was never taken to a doctor. During a prior incident, Priem had seen how emergency room doctors had treated the situation in Flagstaff when Sylar ingested Klonopin and decided not to call 911.

Several hours passed during which Sylar fell on the ground and acted groggy, and water was splashed in his face to refresh him, and that he leaned against a chair. But then he reportedly was alert at dinner.

The adults woke just before 2 a.m. the following morning and found that Sylar had vanished, prompting a lengthy search.

Priem's attorney Robert Gundacker, Tuesday, asked the court to preclude first-hand testimony regarding Klonopin, since, he said, the defendant Collins was the only one who actually saw Sylar and the pills at the same time. The minor children witnesses and others' testimony was based on what Collins had said about the incident, he said.

Gundacker also asked Judge Michael Bluff to preclude co-defendant Collins' statements about Klonopin. A third motion would preclude any statements by the State that the defendants concealed the victim's body on the grounds.

Finally, Gundacker says Priem is joining a motion by Collins to dismiss the child abuse charge.

Michelle Shaw, representing Collins, agreed with her co-attorney, "the State doesn't have any independent evidence of Klonopin ingestion, It's a black hole, a mystery," she said.

Shaw stated, "There is no evidence that either of these women did anything to cause harm to Sylar. I am not opposed to remanding the case back to the Grand Jury for more realistic charges."

Gundacker agreed, "W don't have any autopsy, we don't have toxicology, we don't know how Sylar died."

"They are asking you to be the decider," Deputy County Attorney Dana Owens told Judge Bluff of the defense attorneys. "The Grand Jury has already made a determination that there is reason to charge. I can give you a laundry list of pieces of evidence."

In terms of the motion on "discarding the body," Owens argued, "We are not saying they killed him or dumped his body. We don't know how he got there."

Judge Bluff made no rulings on the motions, but agreed to a 10-day extension for additional motions based on some interviews that are still pending.

The attorneys suggested that another motion would face the judge that would sever the trials of the two women, forcing separate trials for each.

The case is now scheduled to be tried beginning May 30.


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3 May 2012

Christina Priem pleads guilty to child abuse in death of Sylar Newton

The woman who had hoped to adopt Sylar Newton, Christina Priem of Flagstaff, has pleaded guilty to two counts of child abuse. Two-year-old Sylar disappeared from the Beaver Creek Campground in July 2010 and his body was found in creek a mile away, two weeks later.

The Yavapai County Attorney's Office says Priem could face from 10 to 32.75 years in prison for the two crimes.

Christina Priem's mother, Nancy Collins, who is a co-defendant, could also reach a plea agreement.

It was Collins who brought the "lockbox" of prescription drugs and marijuana to the campsite. Investigators believed that little Sylar got into the box and ate some of the Klonopin pills, a prescription drug to ease seizures and panic attacks. The other children described him as drowsy and falling down during the evening.

Sheriff's deputies, dogs, volunteer searchers and others combed the campground looking for clues to the child's disappearance when the adults eventually reported the child had vanished from the tent. A search had been ramped down before a volunteer found the body of the child in a wash at a distance from the campground.

The key charge for which Priem will be sentenced is child abuse per domestic violence, a Class-2 felony that is a "dangerous crime against children in the first degree."

That offense carries a prison sentence of 10 to 24 years in prison with a "presumptive term" of 17 years. A special condition, required by the plea, is that the sentence be served as "flat time," meaning that Priem would not be eligible for early release.

The 38-year-old mother of two is facing two separate filings. An original arrest charged her with involving a minor in a drug offense with three counts of providing marijuana to her son twice and to a friend of her son, who joined the camping party.

Those three marijuana offenses will be dismissed. However, a fourth count was stipulated for child abuse by domestic violence, a class-3 felony. That offense is punishable by a prison sentence from 2.5 to 8.75 years with a presumptive term of 3.5 years. In this case, however, if the judge agrees, probation is available to Priem of up to her lifetime after her release from prison.

Another condition of the plea agreement requires that the two sentences be served consecutively -- back to back, rather than at the same time -- which gives the possibility of the nearly 33 years.

The sentence will also require that Priem be responsible for restitution for economic loss of up $50,000 to Charity Newton, Sylar's birth mother, and to the guardian or parent of her own son and the boy's friend.

Charity Newton reportedly had given up Sylar first to Christina's sister and then to her.

Judge Bluff will sentence the woman June 4. She will be credited for time served, since she and her mother were jailed in December 2010.


http://verdenews.com/main.asp?SectionID=1&subsectionID=1190&articleID=47663

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Verde Independent

3 May 2012

Nancy Collins returns to court Monday

Last week, Christina Priem pleaded guilty to child abuse in the death of young Sylar Newton at the Beaver Creek Campground. That pleading has the potential to see a sentence of up to 33 years in prison for the adoptive mother of the 2-year -old.

Now, Christina's mother, Nancy Collins, is scheduled for a pre-trial conference Monday. There is speculation that Collins may follow her daughter's lead, though her attorney has asked through nine motions to suppress evidence in her trial track. She is also facing child abuse charges.

Little 2-year-old Sylar Newton died after wandering out of a tent the family shared at the campground in July 2010. An extensive search did not find the child's body for another two weeks, dead, in a wash a mile away.


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10 may 2012

Collins takes plea deal in Sylar Newton case

Hot on the heels of a plea agreement accepted by her co-defendant, Nancy Collins has also taken a plea for her role in the disappearance and death of 2-year-old Sylar Newton in 2010.

Collins, 57, pleaded guilty to one count of child abuse per domestic violence.

Christina Priem, 37, of Flagstaff - Collins' daughter and Sylar's custodial mother - last week pleaded guilty to two counts of child abuse in the case, avoiding several related drug charges.

Sylar's remains were found in a wash less than 2 miles from the Beaver Creek Campgrounds on Aug. 10, 2010, after he was reported missing July 25, 2010.

Collins went with Priem, Priem's two children and Sylar to the Beaver Creek Campground on July 23. Priem said she last saw Sylar at 12:30 a.m. July 25 in a tent with the family, and discovered him missing at 1:45 a.m.

A family member called the Sedona Fire Department about 15 minutes later, but the call did not make it to the sheriff's communications center. The campground host called the Sheriff's Office at 2:30 a.m., and deputies arrived about 30 minutes later. A massive search began to find Sylar, who went missing wearing only a diaper.

Witnesses at the campground told detectives Sylar appeared as if he was under the influence of a narcotic or medication, Yavapai County Sheriff's spokesman Dwight D'Evelyn said.

Campers staying near where Sylar disappeared told deputies they saw Priem or Collins verbally abuse and push him to the ground the evening before he went missing, according to a search warrant. Campers also told deputies they heard him crying between 7:30 and 9:30 p.m., but nothing after that.

Collins faces up to 3.75 years in prison on the child abuse charge, a class 4 felony. She could also be sentenced to lifetime probation.

Priem could be sentenced to as long as 32.5 years in prison, followed by lifetime probation. She will be sentenced on June 4.


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5 June 2012

In Sylar Newton's death, Priem gets 17 years in prison; Collins sentenced to lifetime probation

"It's not what we expected, but it is some justice for Sylar," said Laurie Fant of the Sylar Newton Foundation.

Thirty-seven-year-old Christina Priem, Sylar's adoptive mother, and Christina's own mother, Nancy Collins, were sentenced Monday by Judge Michael Bluff. Priem must serve 17 years in state prison, while 59-year-old Collins will serve lifetime probation.

Both were charged with child abuse after Sylar went missing and was found dead two weeks later in 2010.

The difference in sentences was enough that Priem's defense attorney Robert Gundacker stormed out of the courtroom. He had asked the judge to balance the sentences between mother and daughter. After all, he said, it was Collins who had the drugs and was responsible.

Priem had pleaded guilty to a class 2 felony, child abuse, a dangerous crime against children in the first degree for which the presumptive prison sentence is 17 years. She was given a suspended sentence of lifetime probation on the second child abuse offense, for providing marijuana to her children.

But Deputy County Attorney Dana Owens justified the sentence. "It was Christina who said, 'I will do this,'" Owens said. "She was the one that signed with AHCCCS as the responsible parent. She made the decision not to call 911. It was not an accident.

"And there were other victims," Owens said. "Christina had provided the two young boys with marijuana and had herself consumed marijuana on the way to the campground."

On the other hand, it was Collins who kept a lockbox of both prescription and contraband drugs closed with a window hasp. The box contained Klonopin pills, methadone, marijuana and paraphernalia. It was from that box that 2-year-old Sylar is believed to have taken Klonopin, an anti-seizure medication, while the family was taking an afternoon nap in their tent.

Priem and Collins are both from Flagstaff. When Charity Newton was unable to care for Sylar, she had turned the boy over, first to Priem's sister, Sandra Shoemake, and later to Priem.

It was July 2010 when the family went to Beaver Creek Campground. The children first noticed that Sylar was groggy and falling down. Then Collins divulged that Sylar had gotten into her pills.

According to court records, Sylar had gotten into the pills once before when sister Sandra cared for him. At that time, the child was taken to the emergency room and Priem had witnessed how he was cared for. This time Priem decided not to call 911 or go to the hospital.

"I know I was not a good parent," Priem told the court. "I should have taken him to the doctor. I'm sorry for what happened. No time in prison will be worse than what I have already suffered."

The child's biological grandfather, Jesse Daniel Newton, told the judge the two women have "not only destroyed our family, but their own." He said he has not spoken to his own daughter Charity in over a year. "My grandson will never grow up," he said sobbing.

It was just before 2 a.m. that the family discovered that Sylar was missing from the tent. Search and rescue and volunteers combed the area, but it was two weeks later that the boy's body was found about a mile from the campsite. By then, according to Owens, the body was no longer in a condition to determine how he died.

As Collins' attorney Sebrina Shaw was pleading to the court for five years probation for her client, Shaw said Collins has repeatedly expressed remorse and also is a grandmother who lost her grandson. She has "persevered and overcome ... and is now on a mission to inform and educate others of the dangers."

Owens responded that first, Collins needs to get a handle on her drug problem. She told the court that during phone calls monitored by detention officers, Collins had already been talking about getting a medical marijuana card.

Bluff responded to the disparity in sentences saying, "Even with a maximum sentence for Collins of three years, she would be out in just more than one year after time served. I will have more control imposing probation."

With that, Bluff ordered lifetime intensive probation for Collins to include routine alcohol and drug testing and no contact with children younger than 18 without the permission of the court. Any drug violation must also be reported to the court.

Priem may not have contact with any children younger than 18, including her own, without supervision.


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Christina Priem, Sylar's adoptive mother, and Christina's own mother, Nancy Collins, were sentenced by Judge Michael Bluff in relation to the death of Sylar Newton.

Sentence: Christina Priem must serve 17 years in state prison.

Nancy Collins will serve lifetime probation.


With that, Bluff ordered lifetime intensive probation for Collins to include routine alcohol and drug testing and no contact with children younger than 18 without the permission of the court. Any drug violation must also be reported to the court.

Priem may not have contact with any children younger than 18, including her own, without supervision.

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R.I.P. Sylar



Tiny Angels

Tiny Angels rest your wings
sit with me for awhile.
How I long to hold your hand,
And see your tender smile.
Tiny Angel, look at me,
I want this image clear....
That I will forget your precious face
Is my biggest fear.
Tiny Angel can you tell me,
Why you have gone away?
You weren't here for very long....
Why is it, you couldn't stay?
Tiny Angel shook his head,
"These things I do not know....
But I do know that you love me,
And that I love you so".

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