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Post by TomTerrific0420 on Wed Sep 29, 2010 2:59 am

The Escambia County Sheriff's Office needs your help reuniting a missing girl with her father. She hasn't been seen in over two years and is confined to a wheelchair. Tia McShane would be 11-years-old now. She has cerebral palsy, is confined to a wheel chair and requires regular medical treatment. The last time her father, William McShane saw her she was three-years-old. His ex-wife had custody of Tia and an older brother until her recent death. That’s when McShane was reunited with his son, but Tia hasn’t been seen in over two years.TIA McSHANE - 9 yo/Cerebral Palsy child (2008) - Pensacola FL Father_searches_for_mi006f73fb-c34e-4356-b341-5032649adffe0000_20100928205728_320_240
“She can’t move or do nothing for herself and a child like that needs help all the time,” McShane said. Troy Brown is with the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office and investigates over a thousand missing person reports each year. He recently got a call from McShane asking for help finding his daughter. “We’re kind of playing catch-up,” Brown said. “We can’t really identify anyone that’s seen the child within the last two years.” The last time there was a record of Tia having any kind of medical treatment was at Sacred Heart Hospital in 2005. “That’s the reason we’re kind of in a stealth mode to start beating the streets now, looking at prior addresses, family members, witnesses, neighbors and schools and so on and so forth,” said Brown. Brown is hoping that someone who crossed paths with Tia’s mother may have offered help in caring for the girl. If that’s the case, they now want them to come forward. Meanwhile, McShane is staying optimistic and hoping for her safe return. Anyone who has information on the whereabouts of Tia or who thinks they may have seen her, is asked to contact the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office at 850-436-9620.
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Post by TomTerrific0420 on Fri Oct 01, 2010 1:59 am

The Escambia County Sheriff's Office says human remains have been found inside a storage unit belonging to the deceased mother of a missing special-needs child.
Deputies searched the mother's home today with cadaver dogs, but found nothing.
While talking to friends and neighbors, someone mentioned the mom had a storage shed. Deputies located one in her name. It had not been paid since March 09. They got permission to search, and found a plastic bin with bones in it.
The medical examiner was called out and determined that the bones are human.
Tia McShane, 11, who has cerebral palsy, was last seen in 2006.
She was reported missing by her father, who began looking for her after her mother passed away in June in Mobile.
The father told investigators he was told Tia had been given over to foster care. There are no records to support that.
During their investigation, investigators searched a storage unit that belonged to Tia's mother on Lillian Highway in Pensacola. There they say they found remains inside a storage bin.
DNA testing will be conducted to determine whether the remains belong to the child.
11-year-old Tia McShane was last seen living on Continental Court in Pensacola around the fall of 2006. She is a young girl with cerebral palsy, and her Medicaid has not been used since 2006 when the last doctor visit was made.
37-year-old William McShane contacted the Escambia County Sheriff's office to report that his daughter was missing. The sheriff's department responded to the call on August 30, 2010and visited 6101 Chicago Ave in reference to the missing person report.

McShane stated to deputies that he had been separated from his wife, Alicia McShane for several years. He stated that on July 27, 2010, he found out that his wife had died in June in Mobile.
McShane stated that no one seemed to know the whereabouts of his daughter, eleven year old Tia McShane. William McShane stated that Tia is confined to a wheelchair and has cerebral palsy.
Friends told McShane that the mother had placed the child in foster care in Alabama due to the medical needs of the child. Attempts to locate the child by way of the Department of Children and Families, Social Security Office and the Medicare Office met with no results.
Escambia Sheriff Missing Person’s Investigator Troy Brown was assigned the case and contacted the Alabama Department of Human Resources who advised that the father would need to file a petition with DFC in Florida to legally locate his daughter.
Mr. McShane advised that he would go that route and contact the Sheriff’s Office at a later date if the search turned up nothing.
On July 27, Mr. McShane contacted the Sheriff’s Office and advised that Alabama had no record of Tia in their system. Investigator Brown and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement had contacted the Alabama Bureau of Investigation who advised that Tia was not in any legal foster care in their state. She is also not in any type of legal foster care in Florida.
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Post by TomTerrific0420 on Fri Oct 01, 2010 2:13 am

Developing News in what could be a break in the search for a little girl, missing for more than two years. Bones have been found in a storage unit belonging to the mother of Tia McShane. It's unclear at this time if the bones are the remains of the girl. The discovery came after a day of searching. "We just want to hope that she's okay," investigator Troy Brown said. Authorities with the Escambia County Sheriff's Office are hoping for the best, but fearing the worst. Brown, cadaver dogs and search and rescue teams are desperately trying to find young Tia McShane. Although, new owners live there now, the house on Continental Court is the child's last known address. "We don't have any evidence she was here alive or deceased but we're here to overturn every rock we can find," Brown said. Investigators said the little girl is confined to a wheelchair and has cerebral palsy and they're hoping to uncover any evidence about her whereabouts. "Just because of her age and her condition, it's very important we find her and we've been working as hard as we can," Brown added. "Pretty much from Mobile to Mississippi, to South Florida trying to find her, we can't get leads or nothing," Tia's father William McShane said. McShane has been looking for his kids, ever since his ex-wife died last month. Deputies said McShane was able to locate a son he had, but not his daughter. So he went through all of the legal steps. "Went through DCF in Alabama, went through DCF in Florida. There's no record of her being in any foster care, no one knows where she is. Maybe she passed away and the mother didn't tell anyone, no one knows. The story lies with the mother who is deceased," Sgt. Ted Roy with the Escambia County Sheriff's Office said. "Kind of depressed and under a lot of pressure. I can't wrap my mind around it, why would somebody do a child like that, and not find me or locate me or anything?" McShane added. The search has taken a toll on McShane, but he still hopes to find his little girl. "I want to believe that she is in a mental home, I want to believe that she is in a hospital," added McShane. Officials are examining bones found in the storage unit belonging to McShane's mother. It's unknown if the bones are connected to the girl.
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Post by TomTerrific0420 on Sat Oct 02, 2010 1:23 pm

The case of a missing girl with cerebral palsy whose remains likely were found in a storage unit Thursday is not being treated as a homicide, an Escambia County sheriff's spokesman said.
The remains were found at Admiral's Discount Storage in the 8100 block of Lillian Highway after a months-long search that began with the death of the girl's mother, Alicia McShane. It's believed they are the remains of Tia McShane, who would be 11.Sheriff's Office spokesman Sgt. Ted Roy said investigators are treating the case as a missing persons case, but said that if evidence in the investigation shows otherwise, that would change."Should evidence come back indicating such, it would then turn criminal," he said. "As of right now, it is still being called a missing persons case."It's unclear how long the remains were inside the storage locker, which Roy said the autopsy could reveal.The remains were taken to the Medical Examiner's Office where DNA testing and an autopsy is being performed. Jeff Martin, a supervisor at the Medical Examiner's Office, did not return calls seeking comment.While waiting for clues in the case, investigators interviewed Nathan Money, whom court records show is the father of three of Alicia McShane's seven children.The search for Tia began in August after her father, William McShane, reported her missing. He learned that his estranged wife had died of a drug overdose in Mobile in June. He last saw his daughter during a parental visit in 2002.Sara Peek, McShane's fiancee, said Friday that her husband looked tirelessly for his daughter, but his search was often hampered by his estranged wife's frequent address changes and by a restraining order that stemmed from a criminal charge. That charge later was dismissed."This wasn't a father who didn't want to find his kids," Peek said. "I can't even tell you how many times he's called the child support enforcement office. Those are the only people who knew exactly where she was and where William's money was going."
William McShane learned that his wife had given their older son to two female friends in Pensacola two years ago. The boy, now 12, was found unharmed and now lives with his father.
The father was told by several people that his wife placed Tia into medical foster care, but no record in Alabama or Florida confirmed that.Janice Thomas, regional director of the Department of Children and Families, said her agency investigated the McShane family in 1998 but had no involvement with the family until investigators began looking for Tia this week. Thomas said she was not able to discuss the current investigation at the request of law enforcement.Thomas called the case "unusual."When asked how a disabled girl could fall through the cracks, Thomas said it starts with an extended family that didn't appear involved in the life of the mother or child."I haven't heard about grandparents being around and in these children's lives," Thomas said. "There weren't a lot of close family connections."School administrators and teachers often are the first line of defense for neglected and disadvantaged children. It doesn't appear that Tia ever was registered in school in Escambia County, Thomas said."If a child never registers for school, school officials wouldn't go looking for her," she said.But Alicia McShane told friends her daughter was in medical foster care, which appears to be untrue, Thomas said."I guess with the child's disability, saying that the child was in medical foster care seemed reasonable to people," she said. "Is there some system failure or community failure that might have picked up on this?"I don't think this is routine."
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Post by TomTerrific0420 on Thu Dec 30, 2010 4:55 am

The remains of a girl found in a rental storage unit in September have been identified as Tia McShane. On
August 30, 2010 the Escambia Sheriff’s Office responded to 6101 Chicago
Avenue in reference to a missing person. Contact was made with William
McShane, 37, who said his daughter was missing. McShane told
deputies that he had been separated from his wife, Alicia McShane, for
several years and that on July 27, 2010 he found out that his wife had
died in June in Mobile. He said he found his son in Pensacola,
who was in the custody if his wife's friend, and took him back. He told
deputies no one seemed to know where his daughter, 11-year-old Tia, was.
McShane told deputies Tia was confined to a wheelchair and had cerebral
palsy. Friends told McShane that the mother had placed the child
in foster care in Alabama due to the medical needs of the child.
Attempts to locate the child by way of the Department of Children and
Families, Social Security Office and the Medicare Office met with no
results. The Alabama Department of Human Resources told an
investigator McShane needed to file a petition with the DFC in Florida
to legally locate his daughter, which he did. During the
investigation, the sheriff's office told McShane there was no record of
Tia in the Alabama system. The investigator also learned Tia had not
been in any type of foster care in Alabama or Florida. While
interviewing friends, deputies learned of a storage unit rented by
Alicia McShane on Lillian Highway. After searching the unit, what was
believed to be human remains were found. The medical examiner's office positively identified the remains to be those of Tia McShane. "With
the body now positively identified as Tia McShane, the missing person's
investigation has concluded but the investigation into her death is
ongoing," said Sheriff's spokesman Chris Welborn.
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