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PostSubject: Nadia Bloom (11) 4/9/10 Winter Springs, Florida   Mon Apr 12, 2010 3:27 am

Criminal Investigation Launched In Missing Girl Case
Sunday, April 11, 2010 12:02:44 AM


WINTER SPRINGS -- Investigators have now launched a criminal investigation in the search for a missing 11-year-old girl.

Nadia Bloom was last seen Friday afternoon in her Winter Springs neighborhood of Barrington Estates.

Right now, police say they do not have any evidence of foul play, but they have started the criminal investigation in case something suspicious turns up.

Saturday night, more than 100 people gathered to pray for Nadia's safe return at Oviedo's Lawton Elementary.

The vigil came together in just a few hours as people spread the word on Facebook.

It was mainly organized to help Nadia's young classmates who are having a hard time dealing with her disappearance.

Investigators used smaller groups to go out and search smaller areas Saturday. They narrowed down that area into 5 or 6 even smaller sections with 4 or 5 people, each with their own search dog.

They searched well past dark Saturday night, covering 3,000 acres. They plan to be out again Sunday morning.

The dogs led officers around all Saturday morning, but so far nothing has panned out.

"We haven't located any information to include nothing from Nadia's personal belongings or anything like that. It's very discouraging to me anytime that we go and go and every hour that passes we’re not finding anything, anything at all,” said Chief Kevin Brunelle, Winter Springs Police Department.

http://www.cfnews13.com/News/Local/2010/4/10/divers_search_for_missing_girl_11.html

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PostSubject: Re: Nadia Bloom (11) 4/9/10 Winter Springs, Florida   Mon Apr 12, 2010 3:37 am

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PostSubject: Re: Nadia Bloom (11) 4/9/10 Winter Springs, Florida   Mon Apr 12, 2010 9:38 am

Search for Nadia Bloom Approaches Third Day with No Sign of Missing 11-Year-Old Girl
The search for missing Nadia Bloom in Winter Springs, Florida, will enter its third day Sunday afternoon as search and rescue teams resumed searching the area they have been scouring since first finding out the little girl went missing. According to the Orlando Sentinel, the search has already covered several thousand acres in and around the gated Barrington Estates community where the child lives. More than 100 law officers and rescue personnel participated in searches for Nadia Bloom Saturday that included nearby Black Hammock Woods, a retention pond, and going over the area with bloodhounds. Authorities are feeling the frustration of having no leads in the case.

Nadia Bloom went missing around 3:15 p. m. Friday afternoon. Her parents found her bike at the end of a cul-de-sac in her neighborhood. Everything looked normal. The bike stood in an upright position, and her helmet was left hanging off of a handlebar. There was no sign of a struggle. But their 11-year-old had not come home.

Winter Springs police Chief Kevin Brunelle said Saturday, "Right now we have nothing to go on. We can't sit here and tell you we have to go one way or the other with this investigation."

Winter Springs Police are working on the supposition that Nadia, who suffers from mild autism, got distracted while taking pictures with her new camera and wandered into the woods, eventually getting disoriented and lost. Besides the ground, water and air searches (helicopters and divers have been used as well), efforts have been made to reach as many people in the Winter Springs area as possible. E-mails have been sent to family, friends, and neighbors. Fliers with Nadia Bloom's image have been handed out. Posters have been placed in many Winter Springs business locations. If authorities do not find the missing girl, it is hoped that someone who might see her will recognize her from the fliers and posters and take her home or to a place of safety.

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/2881902/search_continues_for_nadia_bloom_missing.html?cat=8


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PostSubject: Re: Nadia Bloom (11) 4/9/10 Winter Springs, Florida   Mon Apr 12, 2010 4:36 pm


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PostSubject: Re: Nadia Bloom (11) 4/9/10 Winter Springs, Florida   Mon Apr 12, 2010 4:37 pm


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PostSubject: Re: Nadia Bloom (11) 4/9/10 Winter Springs, Florida   Tue Apr 13, 2010 1:16 am

Renewed Hope In Search For Missing Girl
Winter Springs Police Look For 11-Year-Old In Wooded Area

POSTED: Friday, April 9, 2010
UPDATED: 6:53 am EDT April 12, 2010

WINTER SPRINGS, Fla. -- Authorities in Seminole County said on Sunday that they have information that gives them a renewed sense of hope of finding 11-year-old Nadia Bloom.


IMAGES: Missing 11-Year-Old Girl
VIDEO: Search Continues In Wooded Area


Bloom was reported missing at about 4:20 p.m. Friday, and she was last seen in the Barrington Estates subdivision near state Roads 434 and 417 in Seminole County.

Authorities brought her little sister back from camp in South Florida on Sunday, and she said Nadia may be on an adventure hike.

"Her sister was able to take us to some locations within the area we're searching right now. Now they've already been searched. We didn't have anything there, but she verified that she knows how to get to these areas," Winter Springs Police Chief Kevin Brunelle said in a Sunday night news conference.

Brunelle did admit, however, that it he is greatly concerned if she has been lost in the rough alligator-infested terrain for so long.

"It's a bad environment. It's a bad, bad environment there and it's going to be tough for anybody out there, especially an 11-year-old girl," Brunelle said.

Police said the little sister also told them Nadia wrote a story about exploring nature and that she took several items in her backpack, like a camera and a video recorder.

"I'm hopeful that we found a book that she read in how to keep safe in that type of environment. I'm hoping that she's utilizing the information that she may have found in that book," Brunelle said.

Police told Local 6 News that the search is focused on a wooded area because Bloom's bicycle was discovered Friday at the end of a cul-de-sac on her street about a half mile away from her home. Authorities said they have been working the case as a search-and-rescue case and as a possible abduction and will continue in both directions despite the new developments.

"We're not backing off anything. We're taking both investigations to their conclusion," Brunelle said.

Bloom's mother called police on Friday after she noticed her daughter was missing. The child's grandfather spoke with Local 6 late Friday, and said the family is holding out hope.

Meanwhile, the community gathered Sunday in local churches for Nadia.

"That's why we're here to pray, to be part of this prayer vigil and hope that it helps," Linda Sarabasa said.

Sarabasa's daughter, Sophia, attends Lawton Elementary School in Oviedo with Nadia and said she cannot stop thinking about her friend.

"I'm really sad because she's my friend and I've known her for a really long time, and I really hope that we find her because today we went to school and made posters for her and stuff, so I hope that we can find her really soon," Sophia Sarabasa said.

Police are asking anyone with information about Bloom's whereabouts to call the Florida Department of Law Enforcement tip line at 866-282-0672.

Police described Bloom as white, about 5 feet tall and 85 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing an orange T-shirt and blue shorts. She was carrying a black backpack with a horse on it.

Police said the girl has autism and does not have her required medication with her.

More than 100 searchers were looking for Nadia Sunday night using ATVs, amphibious vehicles and side scan sonar machines. Thirty search-dog teams were also out in the woods. The search will resume Monday morning.

http://www.clickorlando.com/news/23108023/detail.html

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PostSubject: Re: Nadia Bloom (11) 4/9/10 Winter Springs, Florida   Tue Apr 13, 2010 1:18 am

Desperate Search For Missing Girl Enters Third Day
Posted: 6:23 am EDT April 12, 2010
Updated: 8:25 am EDT April 12, 2010

http://www.wftv.com/news/23121215/detail.html

WINTER SPRINGS, Fla. -- Once daylight broke, search teams began a third full day of searching for a missing 11-year old autistic girl in Winter Springs.
Police told Eyewitness News they are not giving up hope that they will find Nadia Bloom okay. The search for her has been going on since Friday afternoon when Nadia disappeared from the Barrington Estates neighborhood. (see map)
As the third full day of searching got underway, would be rescuers are working with a new theory of what happened to 11-year-old Nadia Bloom. Police believe it is possible that girl may actually be trying to survive in the woods by herself.
"We found a book that she read on how to keep safe in that type of environment. I'm hoping that she's utilizing the information she may have found in that book to stay out there," said Chief Kevin Butler, Winter Springs Police Department.
Nadia's sister told investigators that she has an interest in survival skills and even had two cameras and a survival book in the backpack police believe is with her.
Her bike was found last Friday near a wooded area that has become the focus of attention and has become the interest of blood hounds that are being used to help in the search.
But if she is trying to survive it would prove to be a difficult task because of the proximity to Lake Jessup, a huge lake filled with alligators.
"It's a bad, bad environment there, and it's going to be tough for anybody who's out there, especially an 11-year-old," said Chief Butler.
Before the sun went down Sunday night, searchers tried to provide help if she is lost or just exploring. They left water bottles for her with notes telling the autistic girl to go home.
Anyone with information on the location of Nadia Bloom is asked to contact the Florida Department of Law Enforcement tip line at 1-866-282-0672.

CLASSMATES RETURN TO SCHOOL

Nadia attends Lawton Elementary in Oviedo and Monday her friends will return to class.
Counselors are scheduled to be at the school Monday to help students and Nadia's classmates deal with their emotions.
Monday is the first day back for students here at Lawton and all over Seminole County because they were on spring break last week.
It is likely some of the students and faculty may not even know about Nadia Bloom's disappearance.
However, those counselors will be here for those who do know and need someone to talk to.
Parents and students from Lawton Elementary in Oviedo were among those who stopped by the First United Methodist Church in Oviedo to pray for Nadia Bloom.
Linda Sarabasa's 11- year-old daughter goes to school with the fifth grader who disappeared last Friday.
"We've tried to be involved. It's hard because it's not much you can do to help them, except give them our prayers," said Linda Sarabasa.
School administrators have made arrangements for grief counselors to be on campus Monday morning.
They will be available to talk to students. Some of them were at the school Sunday afternoon to make posters that will be used to help find her.
"I'm really sad because she's my friend. I've known her for a really long time. I really hope that we find her," said Sophia Sarabasa.
Her parents are optimistic, too. But they have also prepared their daughter just in case her friend Nadia Bloom does not ever come home safely.
"This is a very close knit town, it's going to be extremely hard on them," said Linda Sarabasa.

INDEPENDENT WEBSITE HELPS SEARCH

Nadia's family is saying, thanks, but no thanks to an organization that helped search for Caylee Anthony.
The Kid Finders Network launched the website NadiaBloom.com. The organization also spent Sunday handing out fliers with Nadia's picture on them.
Nadia's family says they appreciate the help, but they do not approve of the web site and would prefer that it be taken down.
At last check Monday morning, the website was still active.

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PostSubject: Re: Nadia Bloom (11) 4/9/10 Winter Springs, Florida   Tue Apr 13, 2010 12:55 pm

Doll May Have Inspired Missing Girl To Explore Woods
Posted: 6:23 am EDT April 12, 2010
Updated: 4:58 pm EDT April 12, 2010


WINTER SPRINGS, Fla. -- Somewhere out in the woods near Lake Jesup in Winter Springs is a missing 11-year-old girl. Late Monday afternoon, police told WFTV they think she could still be alive, but time is running out.

IMAGES: Pictures Of Nadia | Massive Search
SEE POLICE FLYER: For Missing Girl
PRESS BRIEFING: Police Chief Updates Search
TIPS: Contact Crimeline At 1-800-423-TIPS


Nadia Bloom has been missing since Friday. She's been all alone with no food, shelter or fresh water.

In a late afternoon press conference Monday, Chief Kevin Brunelle of the Winter Springs Police Department stated that they have increased dog and mounted patrols.

“Continue with narrowing down the search areas.” Brunelle said. “We have done 12 separate dives on six bodies of water.”

Chief Brunelle said that they have switched the tip line, because of the volume of calls that they were receiving. Crimeline has volunteered to handle the calls. Contact Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS or visit www.crimeline.org with any information.

“We actually sent a dog team and a ground team over [to her school]” Brunelle said.

Brunelle also spoke in reference to the book that Nadia was carrying with her.

“The only thing that we can figure out with the book is that they’re both nature lovers.” Brunelle said. “We don’t believe there is any common link with the book and the disappearance.”

The mildly autistic girl is fascinated by the outdoors and wildlife, so investigators think she may have tried to explore the dense woods behind her house off SR-434 near Lake Jesup.

“Nothing related to Nadia has been found, at all," Brunelle said Monday afternoon regarding their search efforts.

Investigators said they are still hoping for the best. Search teams needed knee-high boots and machetes Monday to push through the brush closest to where Nadia's bike was found Friday afternoon. Investigators believe the curious girl may have wandered into the woods.

While investigators said Nadia could still be alive, that won't last forever, especially given the wildlife and conditions in the area. Walter Hendrix lives by the woods.

“I'm praying. Ask God to let them find her safe,” Hendrix said.

Nadia's bike was at the end of a cul-de-sac in her Barrington Estates subdivision (see map), near only one home, standing deliberately with the kickstand down and her helmet hanging on the handlebars.

Monday marked the third full day of ground searches with as many as 70 people. Teams combed the heavy woods, leaving messages and water for Nadia. Crews with search dogs (search images) looked in open fields as far as a mile and a half away. Overnight, sweeps by helicopter using body heat-sensing technology captured little.

A huge concern for search crews is that the woods are next to Lake Jesup where there are an estimated 15,000 alligators in the water. It has the highest concentration of gators in all of the United States.

WFTV learned about Nadia's fascination with a popular "American Girls" doll. The fictional character, Lanie (more about Lanie character), is an outdoorsy nature-lover who explores her own backyard. WFTV learned Nadia had a book about Lanie and two cameras with her in the backpack she was wearing Friday.

Nadia has a form of autism similar to Asperger's Syndrome. Friends said she's extremely bright, a spelling bee winner, but also the type to get lost in her own world.

Nadia was last seen wearing an orange shirt, blue shorts, and possibly carrying a black horse backpack. Anyone with information on the location of Nadia is asked to contact Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS or visit www.crimeline.org.

One thing you don't hear much about is the possibility that someone actually snatched her; police feel confident that that hasn't happened.

DETAILS ABOUT 'LANIE' BOOK



There are more details on the book Nadia may have been carrying. "Meet Lanie Holland" is a story based on a doll in the American Girl series. The popular "American girls" doll comes with the first book for about $180.

Each American Girls doll is given a character and Lanie is a smiling fifth grader who just wants to help save plants and animals, while longing to hike and camp.

While the character in the book is fictional, the books also have stories of real kids, like one girl who spends her time in the redwood forests of California.

Promotional summaries of one of the books almost seem to describe what may have happened: “Ten-year-old Lanie loves science and nature, but she has a problem. She's an outside girl with an inside family. She longs to get out and go camping, but they all want to stay home.”

Nadia likely did not realize the danger after reading stories about the wonders of nature.

"The searchers have been constantly going trough knee-deep water, thorns, sticks, trees," Chief Bunnelle said Monday.

At one point, searchers even tried to enter the woods by water, but it was too dangerous to even try it.

“American Girl is deeply saddened by this tragic news and our hearts go out to Nadia and her family," the company that makes the books wrote to WFTV in an emailed release Monday afternoon. "In the Lanie story, readers are encouraged to discover nature in their own backyards. Throughout the book, Lanie learns she does not need to go much further than her back door to connect with the natural world around her—all within close proximity and under the supervision of her family. Nowhere in the story are readers encouraged to wander off alone. Again, our heartfelt sympathies to the family and we hope for Nadia’s safe return home. “

CLASSMATES RETURN TO SCHOOL

Nadia is a student at Lawton Elementary School in Oviedo and her friends were back in class Monday. WFTV talked to parents at the school Monday who know Nadia. School officials told WFTV they wanted an uninterrupted day at Lawton Elementary for all 800 students.

The principal didn't want to talk about the disappearance of fifth-grader Nadia Bloom, because a spokesperson said it was "highly sensitive." WFTV was told he will send a letter home to parents this week to address the disappearance of Bloom.

It's obvious many parents agree. The majority who dropped off their children Monday morning waved from their vehicles, but didn't stop to talk.

“My heart just goes out to them. I got two grandchildren and I just can't imagine,” family friend Jaqueline Green said.

Green is a family friend who loves 11-year-old Nadia like her own grandchild. Green's daughter attended Oviedo High School with Nadia Bloom's mother and now Nadia goes to Lawton Elementary School with Green's granddaughter.

“I just let her off. She's in second grade and she said, 'Nana, I'm so worried about Nadia.’ And I said, ‘Honey I am, too. We just need to pray for her and her family,’" Green said.

WFTV was told at least one grief counselor was on campus Monday, but it's unclear how many students have talked to them.

Karen Viola gave her daughter a pep talk before she went into school, because Nadia Bloom's sister is in her class.

“Be sensitive about what her sister might be going through and we pray for her at nighttime,” Viola said.

Some of Bloom's classmates have made posters to help find the 11-year-old. WFTV found some plastered on windows at businesses within blocks of the school.

“Very disheartening. We know the family and, obviously, our prayers just go out to them. Hoping they can find her, bring her home safely,” Viola said.

"I'm really sad, because she's my friend. I've known her for a really long time. I really hope that we find her," Nadia’s friend Sophia Sarabasa said.

Sophia's parents are optimistic, too, but they have also prepared their daughter just in case her friend Nadia does not come home safely.


FAMILY DOESN'T WANT ORGANIZATION'S HELP

Nadia's family is saying, thanks, but no thanks to an organization that helped search for Caylee Anthony. The Kid Finders Network launched the Website NadiaBloom.com. The organization also spent Sunday handing out fliers with Nadia's picture on them.

Nadia's family said they appreciate the help, but they do not approve of the Website and would prefer that it be taken down.

At last check Monday morning, the website was still active.

http://www.wftv.com/news/23121215/detail.html

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PostSubject: Re: Nadia Bloom (11) 4/9/10 Winter Springs, Florida   Wed Apr 14, 2010 2:48 am

Family waiting at edge of woods for Nadia Bloom
‘The child is doing well with bug bites and some dehydration,” Winter Springs police Chief Kevin Brunelle.

A handmade poster is posted on the door of a convenience store of missing 11 year-old Nadia Bloom who had been missing since Friday afternoon.
(RED HUBER, ORLANDO SENTINEL / April 13, 2010)


WINTER SPRINGS – The Bloom family is just moments away from being reunited with 11-year-old Nadia Bloom.

The Winter Springs girl, who has been missing since Friday, was found this morning.

Her parents, Tanya and Jeff Bloom, and Nadia's younger sister, Sophia, are waiting at the edge of the woods for Nadia.

Dan Holland, senior pastor at Metro Church, identified James King as the "hero" who found Nadia alive.

The Bloom family, along with rescue workers, are gathered at an office building to the west of the Barrington Estates subdivision right now.

After she is reunited with her family, she will be taken to South Seminole Hospital for an evaluation.

"The child is doing well with bug bites and some dehydration," said Winter Springs police Chief Kevin Brunelle.

Sophia is holding a stuffed bear. Jeff Bloom is holding a pair of shoes for Nadia and some water.

"He woke up this morning and told the pastor, ‘I walked straight through the swamp and there she was,' '' Holland said.

Brunelle said King will be coming out of the woods with Nadia. The police chief added that Nadia was found in Zone 13 — an area that had not been cleared by the search team.
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/os-nadia-bloom-missing-20100412,0,4787704.story

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PostSubject: Re: Nadia Bloom (11) 4/9/10 Winter Springs, Florida   Wed Apr 14, 2010 2:49 am

Missing girl may have been found alive
Updated: Tuesday, 13 Apr 2010, 9:25 AM EDT
Published : Tuesday, 13 Apr 2010, 9:25 AM EDT

http://www.myfoxorlando.com/dpp/news/seminole_news/041310-Nadia-Bloom

WINTER SPRINGS, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35) – A searcher may have found a missing 11-year-old girl alive.
Nadia Bloom was reported missing Friday evening.
Investigators believe Nadia may have been inspired by a book about an adventurous girl who decides to go camping in her backyard. Authorities say she disappeared the same day her sister and father left for a trip to the Everglades with a Brownie troop, and that she was carrying a book called “Lanie” about a young girl who loves the outdoors.

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PostSubject: Re: Nadia Bloom (11) 4/9/10 Winter Springs, Florida   Thu Apr 29, 2010 4:29 am

WATCH LIVE: WFTV Coverage Of Missing Girl Found
Posted: 9:24 am EDT April 13, 2010
Updated: 10:19 am EDT April 13, 2010

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. -- Missing 11-year-old Nadia Bloom was found alive Tuesday morning in woods by a church member who had gone out to search for her on his own.

Winter Springs Police Chief Kevin Brunelle confirmed to WFTV that Nadia was found alive and in relatively good condition, saying she did have a lot of bug bites. The chief said an IV of fluids was given to Nadia before they started to remove her from the woods.

“You’ve got to believe God’s hand was in it,” said Dan Holland, senior pastor at the family's church, Metro Life Church in Casselberry. “She was able to talk.”

WATCH LIVE: WFTV Coverage Of Girl Found
IMAGES: Pictures Of Nadia | Massive Search
PRESS BRIEFING: Monday Afternoon Search Update
SEE POLICE FLYER: 11-Year-Old Nadia Bloom

A lone church member, James Keen, was searching the woods for Nadia on his own and found the girl alive, saying he could only see bug bites when he found her. According to Holland, Keen was pushing through a swamp-area when he made the discovery.

Investigators said Nadia was found in an area they called Zone 13, which had not been previously searched and is possibly the most dense woods of the search area.

Search teams had been looking for Bloom since she was first reported missing last Friday after her bicycle was found parked near a wooded area in her neighborhood.

http://www.wftv.com/news/23134610/detail.html

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