“I cried and cried and cried and cried,” said June Smith. “How could someone do that to a precious baby?”
A group gathered at the Ohio River on Saturday, praying over the river with balloons and flowers, while search and rescue workers insist on continuing the search for Nylo.
“Everybody’s ready, we’re ready to go,” said Faith Burton, who met others in a Facebook group to help find the toddler.
Smith even custom-made a mask for the occasion, emblazoned with the boy’s name, the “o” in Nylo replace by a broken heart.
“Now everybody’s aware of it, where we can start searching,” said Hill. “We’re not going to stop until he’s found.”
Desean Brown is scheduled for arraignment today.