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Post by TomTerrific0420 on Wed Jun 08, 2011 3:46 am

Tacoma police detectives spent Tuesday digging in an open area along
the city's waterfront for the remains of Wallace Guidroz, a toddler who
disappeared 28 years ago.

They were tipped to the location by Wallace's father, Stanley
Guidroz, a former Fife resident who is now in a Louisiana jail accused
of fatally stabbing his wife in March, said Tacoma police spokesman Mark
Fulghum.

"He's always been somebody we haven't been able to eliminate from
being involved," Fulghum said of Guidroz, now 54, who reported his 2
½-year-old son missing Jan. 10, 1983. "He was the last one to see the
kid alive and be with the child."
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Guidroz's arrest in Louisiana "is how we ended up at the dig site,"
Fulghum said, explaining that Tacoma detectives traveled to Terrebonne
Parish, La., to interview Guidroz, who is being held on $1 million bail,
accused of second-degree murder.

Something Guidroz told a detective "led him to believe this is where
the child's remains could be found" along the western part of Ruston
Way, Fulghum said.

Fulghum said he didn't know exactly what information the elder Guidroz had provided.

No remains were found, and the search was called off around 3:30
p.m., Fulghum said. Detectives did not intend to return to the site
Wednesday but "will evaluate what they've got and decide on their next
course of action," he said.

In March, the Houma, La., Courier reported that Guidroz allegedly
stabbed his second wife, Peppettra Guidroz, multiple times during an
argument in a car behind a Burger King restaurant. Guidroz drove around
aimlessly for seven hours with his wife's body on the back seat before
walking into a police station in Zachary, La., 100 miles from Houma, and
turning himself in, the newspaper reported. The couple had been married
nearly eight years.

In 2007, Tacoma police Detective Gene Miller, assigned to investigate
homicides and assaults, began reviewing cold cases, including Wallace's
disappearance, Fulghum said. Miller discovered Guidroz had never been
eliminated as a possible suspect.

Guidroz's arrest on suspicion of murder prompted Miller to go to
Louisiana to talk to him about his son's disappearance, Fulghum said.

According to a Seattle Times account of the boy's disappearance,
Guidroz, a Louisiana native and a former Fort Lewis soldier, told police
he had taken his young son fishing at the boat house in Tacoma's Point
Defiance Park, and then the two went to the park's duck pond. Wallace
ran to play with a blond girl about his age, and Guidroz struck up a
conversation with a man he presumed was the girl's father.

The other man offered Guidroz a beer from his backpack and the two
men walked the park's trails for about 20 minutes, leaving the children
with a woman Guidroz thought was the girl's mother. When the men
returned, the woman and kids were gone. The two men split up, but the
man then disappeared, according to Guidroz's account.

He said he searched for his son for two hours before calling police.

An extensive search involving more than 130 volunteers, helicopter
crews, tracking dogs and divers failed to turn up any clues to the boy's
whereabouts. The duck pond was drained, but there was no sign of
Wallace.

Guidroz, who was unemployed at the time, helped police create
sketches of the mystery couple. He also underwent hypnosis for several
hours "and gave police much better descriptions than he had earlier from
memory," The Times reported Jan. 24, 1983.

Wallace's mother, Chom Guidroz, was Korean and met her husband during
his 1978-1979 Army tour in South Korea. She was working at a sauna when
her son disappeared.

The couple divorced two years later, according to Tacoma police.
Guidroz returned to Louisiana in 1986, and Chom Guidroz moved to
Illinois. She was apparently living in Oak Lawn, Ill., about 17 miles
southwest of Chicago, at the time of her death in 1995 at age 37, public
records show.

"I don't know if she ever had any ideas" about the circumstances
surrounding Wallace's disappearance, Fulghum said of Chom Guidroz.
"Unfortunately, she died before she could find out" what happened to her
child, he said.
http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2015258524_coldcase08m.html
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Post by TomTerrific0420 on Wed Jun 08, 2011 3:29 pm

The way Stanley Guidroz told it at the time, it was every parent’s nightmare. You’re
spending a pleasant day in the park with your child. You turn your back
for a few minutes – a momentary lapse – and the child is gone, vanished
without a trace.That’s what Guidroz told Tacoma police when he
called them from a pay phone at the Goldfish Tavern, just outside Point
Defiance Park, on Jan. 10, 1983.He and his 21/2-year-old-son, Wallace, had spent about two hours fishing that afternoon, near the old Point Defiance Boathouse.
Afterward, they decided to walk around the park duck pond. As they
neared the pond about 4:30 p.m., Guidroz said, Wallace spotted a little
girl about his age and asked whether he could play with her.Guidroz left him with the little girl and a woman he took to be her mother.Meanwhile,
Guidroz said, he walked around the pond with a man he believed was the
little girl’s father. The two men drank beer and “talked about life” as
they strolled.“I could see the kids playing,” Guidroz said. “I guess I felt secure.”When
Guidroz and the man returned to where the kids had been playing, 25 to
40 minutes later, the woman and the little girl were gone.And so was Wallace.The two men split up to search for the missing boy. The other man vanished.Guidroz
said he searched for about two hours by himself and then, at 7:42 p.m.,
he went to the tavern and called the police. Within 20 minutes, police
and volunteers were out searching.“He’s afraid of the dark,” Guidroz told a newspaper reporter that night. “I’m just praying they’ll find him.”They did not.Over the next two days, nearly 200 searchers scoured the park. They
drained the duck pond. Divers looked in Commencement Bay. Helicopters
searched from above. Bloodhounds traversed the ground. Searchers rode
horseback and walked the 702-acre park, calling “Wallace, Wallace,” all
to no avail.The man and woman Guidroz talked about were never
identified. Missing-person fliers with Wallace’s photo brought no useful
information.The boy was never seen again.
Read more: http://www.thenewstribune.com/2011/06/08/1697158/father-said-day-of-play-ended.html#ixzz1OhO8Iv1v
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Post by inmyfloridaopinion on Fri Jun 17, 2011 4:05 am

..."After Wallace's disappearance became public, a woman called police to say she and her children had been at Point Defiance Park the day the child disappeared and had seen a man and woman, and the man matched the description of the man Stanley saw. The woman stated the couple had tried to abduct her children twice. Her account has never been verified. Authorities believe Wallace was abducted, but little evidence is available in his case."....


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Post by inmyfloridaopinion on Fri Jun 17, 2011 4:08 am

Recent activity in the Wallace Guidroz case
By Meaghan

Well, it looks like Wallace Guidroz‘s father, Stanley, killed him. Wallace was allegedly abducted from a park in Tacoma, Washington back in 1983, at the age of three. Stanley moved to Louisiana sometime after that and earlier this year he was arrested for murdering his wife (not Wallace’s mom, she died during the nineties).



http://charleyross.wordpress.com/2011/06/11/recent-activity-in-the-wallace-guidroz-case/
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Post by inmyfloridaopinion on Fri Jun 17, 2011 4:10 am

Tacoma Police search along Ruston Way for long-missing boy

Nearly three decades after 2 1/2-year-old Wallace Guidroz disappeared from Point Defiance Park, Tacoma police detectives have a lead on where his remains might be buried.

STACEY MULICK; Staff writer
Published: 06/08/1112:05 am | Updated: 06/08/11 2:00 pm


Read more: http://www.thenewstribune.com/2011/06/08/1697137/police-search-bayside-for-long.html#ixzz1PVFdhfEk
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Post by inmyfloridaopinion on Fri Jun 17, 2011 4:13 am

..."Cadaver dogs and ground-penetrating radar -- both have played a part and that's why they're in this general area," Tacoma police spokesman Mark Fulghum said."....

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