Merrimack, NH, boy, died of violence, neglect, autopsy determines

BY THE OCA POSSIBLY. >> FIRST, OUR HEARTS GO OUT TO THE FAMILY OF ELIJAH AND THOSE THAT KNEW HIM, THIS IS A TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. AMY: THE CHILD LAWYER’S OFFICE IS FORBIDDEN TO DISCUSS ACTIVE LA ENFORCEMENT CESAS LIKE ELIJAH LEWIS’, BUT TELLS NEWS 9 THIS HIGHLY CRITICAL INCIDENT CASE IS RECEIVING A VERY FIRM INVESTIGATION. >> IT MAKES PEOPLE TO TRUST THE SYSTEM MORE, AND THAT’S WHAT WE REALLY NEED, PEOPLE SHOULD UNDERSTAND THAT EVEN WHEN BAD THINGS HAPPEN THERE, THE STEYSM STILL WORKS, LIKE TO DO IT IT WOULD. AMY: THE CHILD’S LAWYER’S OFFICE IS NOT AN EMERGENCY AGENCY, BUT IT DOES REQUIRE CALLS FROM THE PUBLIC. PARENTS, TEACHERS, EVEN DCYF MATTERS THAT EMPLOYEES CAN PROVIDE ABOUT HOW AN AGENCY TREATMENTS CHILDREN. THE EMOTIONAL TOLL THAT KILLS ELI’S DEATH IS WIDESPRD.EA >> THIS IS REALLY BAD AND WE OFTEN HEAR THAT PEOPLE FEEL — NOT EVEN OPPELE THAT WORK IN GOVERNMENT AUTHORITY OR MAYBE LEGAL ENFORCEMENT BUT EVERYONE RISK THEY TEACH FRIENDS THEY SOERON SEEN OR WHAT CAN I DO? Y:AM THE DEPARTMENT FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES HAS BEEN UNDER INTENSIVE RESEARCH FOR THE PAST YEARS. EMILY LAWRENCE SAYS IT’S TOO SOON TO KNOW IF THESE PROBLEMS AFFECT ELI’S CASE. >> THIS RESPONSIBILITY DOES NOT RELATE TO CHILD PROTECTION OR LAW ONLY. UNDER HAMPSHIRE’S NEW LAW, EVERY PERSON IN THE STATE IS A MANDATE REPORTING ARMY. Y:AM EMILY LAWRENCE SAYS DCYF IS WORKING ON A COMMUNITY ROREPTING GUIDE THAT MAY ALLOW PEOPLE TO GO ONLINE, ENTER CONCERNS, AND GET GUIDANCE ON OR MAKE A FORMAL REPORT. PEOPLE CAN REPORT SUSPICIOUS CHILD ABUSE 24-7, UNDER THE NUMBER ON YOUR SCREENS FOR

Merrimack boy, 5, died of violence, neglect, autopsy determines

Elijah Lewis’s remains found last month in Massachusetts State Park

An autopsy has revealed that a 5-year-old Merrimack boy whose remains were found last month in Massachusetts has died of violence and neglect, and his death has been classified as murder. The remains of Elijah Lewis, 5, were found last month at a runway park in Abington, Massachusetts. New Hampshire officials were first notified that he was missing on October 14, leading to a search and the arrest of his mother and friend. The autopsy results were initially inconclusive, but officials said the Chief Medical Examiner’s office was able to determine that his death was a homicide. Officials said Elia suffered from facial and scalp injuries, acute fentanyl intoxication, malnutrition and pressure ulcers. Elijah’s mother, Danielle Denise Dauphinais, 35, and her boyfriend, Joseph Stapf, 30, are being held without bail on charges of witness tampering and endangering children. said they believe Elijah was not seen for about a month before alerting police that he was missing. Officials said the investigation into Elijah’s death is ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to call Merrimack Crimeline at 603-424-2424 or the New Hampshire State Police at 603-223-4381 or 603-MCU-TIPS.

An autopsy has found that a 5-year-old Merrimack boy whose remains were found last month in Massachusetts died of violence and neglect, and his death is considered murder.

The remains of Elijah Lewis, 5, were found last month at a runway park in Abington, Massachusetts. New Hampshire officials were first notified on October 14 that he was missing, leading to a search and the arrest of his mother and friend.

The autopsy results were initially inconclusive, but officials said the Chief Medical Examiner’s office was able to determine that his death was a homicide. Officials said Elia suffered from facial and scalp injuries, acute fentanyl intoxication, malnutrition and pressure ulcers.

Elijah’s mother, Danielle Denise Dauphinais, 35, and her boyfriend, Joseph Stapf, 30, are being held without bail on charges of witness tampering and endangering children.

Investigators said they believe Elijah was not seen for about a month before alerting police that he was missing.

Officials said the investigation into Elijah’s death is ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to call Merrimack Crimeline at 603-424-2424 or the New Hampshire State Police at 603-223-4381 or 603-MCU-TIPS.

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