Body Of Missing Michigan Toddler Is Found In Creek One Mile From Trailer Park He Was Last Seen Wearing His Pajamas

Noah Alan Jordan disappeared in a trailer around 11 p.m. Sunday while still wearing his pajamas at Kent County’s Cutler Mansion. It was discovered this morning in Buck Creek, about a mile north of the property.

Investigators frantically searched the toddler, going door to door and searching the neighborhood for any traces. The Kent County Sheriff’s Office used drones, boats, and K9 crews.

The footprints, discovered near a creek on Sunday afternoon, focused their search on the water, but it’s still unclear whether it was him.

The creek search was canceled late Sunday due to safety concerns due to rising water levels. They continued this morning and Noah was finally rescued around 9am.

The cause of deɑth has not yet been determined.

Sergeant. Eric Brunner of the Kent County Sheriff’s Office said it’s always been tough, especially with kids. They put in the extra effort.

Police said rescuers found Noah Jordan’s body in Buck Creek at 9 a.m. this morning. It was discovered about a mile north of the original site. They appreciate the community’s help at this difficult time.

KCSO also acknowledges local partners, including the Michigan State Police, the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office, the Cutlerville Fire Department, the Georgetown Fire Department, and various other fire and rescue organizations that have helped since the incident began yesterday. His thoughts are with Noah’s family and friends at this terrible time. KCSO will continue to support the family at this difficult time.

May this precious soul rest in peace. We hope the family finds the strength to endure this terrible trɑgedy.