Dad of missing 5-year-old boy arrested, suspected of killing him


35, was arrested Friday in Las Vegas on suspicion of killing Aramazd Andressian Jr., and has been in custody in Nevada since then.

Los Angeles County authorities on Friday arrested the father of a missing 5-year-old Southern California boy who was the subject of an exhaustive search that stretched into Santa Barbara County. They said they had presented evidence in the case to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office and obtained a murder filing against the suspect.

The boy was last seen two days earlier, when his father and two relatives took him to Disneyland, deputies said.

Andressian's attorney, Daniel Nardoni, has said his client 'is adamant that he never harmed his son Aramazd and is innocent of the charges.' Nardoni did not immediately respond Monday to an emailed request for comment.

"There has been a great deal of speculation regarding the timeline around his disappearance", Andressian wrote in a statement issued almost a week after his son vanished.

Andressian told investigators he believed he was attacked, but he had no memory of the assault.

A law enforcement press conference regarding the arrest of Aramazd Andressian Sr. on suspicion of murder charges is scheduled for Monday.

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Lacey said though the child's body has not been found, authorities "examined a number of important pieces of evidence", including Andressian's behavior and actions after his son went missing, that linked him to the child's disappearance.

Police said they reviewed undisclosed evidence, which led to Los Angeles prosecutors charging Andressian.

(Nicole Nishida/Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department via AP). In a presentation to the South Pasadena City Council, I shared that it only takes 30 seconds to fall in love with my son. Sheriff's officials said he had taken prescription pills and the auto was doused with gasoline in an apparent attempt to take his own life. Andressian spent 47 days in Las Vegas after leaving Los Angeles, taking part in activities and "displaying mannerisms that weren't consistent with a grieving parent". He was being held there on $10 million bail, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. The investigators recently noticed some troubling developments on him, for instance, he changed his hair color, shaved off his beard and began making plans to head to a country where he could avoid extradition back to the US. Later warrants were served to search the father's home in South Pasadena, as well as several other family members.

With tears streaming down her face, Estevez spoke directly to her child.

Los Angeles Sheriff Jim McDonnell, left, talks as District Attorney Jackie Lacey looks on during a news conference Monday, June 26, 2017, in Los Angeles.

'Piqui was everything great in my life, and I can not imagine the emptiness and void that I will bear until we are together again someday'.

The same day the child was reported missing, Andressian Sr. was found unconscious near his vehicle, which was parked at the Arroyo Seco Park in South Pasadena.