Blue state Massachusetts police recover body presumed to be missing 5-year-old boy

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Massachusetts State Police have recovered the presumed body of Elijah
Lewis, a 5-year-old boy from New Hampshire who was reported missing
earlier this month, authorities announced Saturday.

A cadaver dog found the body buried in a wooded area in Abington,
according to Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz.

Abington is about 72 miles southeast of Merrimack, where Elijah lived.

A medical examiner will make the positive identification of the body and
cause of death, but officials said the remains are believed to be
Elijah's.

"Nobody deserves to die this way and we're going to make sure we do
everything in our power to make sure we get justice for this little boy,"
Cruz said during a news conference.

No charges have been filed in Elijah's death as of Saturday, but that
could change based off the autopsy results, according to New Hampshire
Senior Assistant Attorney General Susan Morrell. The investigation is
ongoing.

"It's impossible to say who will be charged or won't be charged in this
matter," she said.

Massachusetts State Police have recovered the presumed body of Elijah
Lewis, a 5-year-old boy from New Hampshire who was reported missing
earlier this month, authorities announced Saturday.

A cadaver dog found the body buried in a wooded area in Abington,
according to Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz.

Abington is about 72 miles southeast of Merrimack, where Elijah lived.

A medical examiner will make the positive identification of the body and
cause of death, but officials said the remains are believed to be
Elijah's.

"Nobody deserves to die this way and we're going to make sure we do
everything in our power to make sure we get justice for this little boy,"
Cruz said during a news conference.

No charges have been filed in Elijah's death as of Saturday, but that
could change based off the autopsy results, according to New Hampshire
Senior Assistant Attorney General Susan Morrell. The investigation is
ongoing.

"It's impossible to say who will be charged or won't be charged in this
matter," she said.

Massachusetts State Police have recovered the presumed body of Elijah
Lewis, a 5-year-old boy from New Hampshire who was reported missing
earlier this month, authorities announced Saturday.

A cadaver dog found the body buried in a wooded area in Abington,
according to Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz.

Abington is about 72 miles southeast of Merrimack, where Elijah lived.

A medical examiner will make the positive identification of the body and
cause of death, but officials said the remains are believed to be
Elijah's.

"Nobody deserves to die this way and we're going to make sure we do
everything in our power to make sure we get justice for this little boy,"
Cruz said during a news conference.

No charges have been filed in Elijah's death as of Saturday, but that
could change based off the autopsy results, according to New Hampshire
Senior Assistant Attorney General Susan Morrell. The investigation is
ongoing.

"It's impossible to say who will be charged or won't be charged in this
matter," she said.

Massachusetts State Police have recovered the presumed body of Elijah
Lewis, a 5-year-old boy from New Hampshire who was reported missing
earlier this month, authorities announced Saturday.

A cadaver dog found the body buried in a wooded area in Abington,
according to Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz.

Abington is about 72 miles southeast of Merrimack, where Elijah lived.

A medical examiner will make the positive identification of the body and
cause of death, but officials said the remains are believed to be
Elijah's.

"Nobody deserves to die this way and we're going to make sure we do
everything in our power to make sure we get justice for this little boy,"
Cruz said during a news conference.

No charges have been filed in Elijah's death as of Saturday, but that
could change based off the autopsy results, according to New Hampshire
Senior Assistant Attorney General Susan Morrell. The investigation is
ongoing.

"It's impossible to say who will be charged or won't be charged in this
matter," she said.

"We are very saddened about this situation ... and the fact that he was
disposed of down here in the woods," Morrell added.

He was reported missing Oct. 14. Authorities previously said Elijah had
not been seen by people outside his home for six months, though in recent
days an investigation turned up at least one sighting since mid-September.

Elijah's mother, Danielle Denise Dauphinais, and a man NBC Boston
described as her boyfriend, Joseph Stapf, were charged on Monday with
witness tampering and child endangerment in connection to Elijah's
disappearance.

Dauphinais, 35, and Stapf, 30, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to the
charges, the Associated Press reported.

In a statement regarding the charges, New Hampshire prosecutors alleged
the pair asked people to lie about Elijah's whereabouts and violated "a
duty of care, protection or support for Elijah."

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/massachusetts-police-recover-body-
presumed-be-missing-5-year-old-n1282215
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