Friday, 07 August, 2020

Body of missing boy allegedly killed by father found

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Christy Curtis | 02 July, 2017, 00:47

The boy's father, also named Aramazd Andressian, was arrested last week in Las Vegas for the boy's killing.

No additional details were released. That same morning, the missing child's father, Aramazd Andressian Sr., who had custody of his son, was located unconscious in a auto doused with gasoline at Arroyo Park in South Pasadena.

The boy's father, Aramazd Andressian Sr., was extradited to Los Angeles Thursday to face a murder charge in his son's disappearance.

His body was in an area of Lake Cachuma, a recreational area about 15 miles northwest of Santa Barbara.

"If California wants me they can come get me ...", he said.

The boy was last seen at 1 a.m. on April 21 leaving Disneyland with his father, who was found unconscious at Arroyo Seco Park in South Pasadena the next day and was unable to account for his son's whereabouts. The inside of his vehicle was doused with gasoline and matches were found inside in what police allege was a suicide attempt. Authorities cut him loose after a few days, however, because there wasn't enough evidence.

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"In one moment, I was at the park with my son, and then I found myself waking up in Huntington Memorial Hospital hours later", Andressian Sr. said.

Aramazd Andressian Jr. disappeared on April 21 following a trip to Disney World.

An extradition hearing Tuesday in Las Vegas cleared the way for Andressian's return to the Southland.

Andressian was initially detained but released due to lack of evidence. He was instead found passed out near his auto in a park. He said Andressian Sr., two relatives and the boy went to the theme park the night of April 20. He told investigators he had arrived at the park with his son and waited for the golf course to open, and admitted ingesting prescription medication that was not prescribed to him, Los Angeles County sheriff's Lt. Joe Mendoza has said.

Investigators have said on multiple occasions that Andressian had provided authorities with "inconsistent" and "misleading" statements. Participating in the search were the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Homicide Bureau, Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office, Los Angeles County Fire Department, South Pasadena Police Department and partner agencies throughout the San Gabriel Valley. Andressian Sr. and his wife, Ana Estevez, were sharing custody of their young son as they were going through a divorce.

Investigators previously said Andressian "pre-planned" his son's killing, an act inspired by his "tumultuous divorce".

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