Missing 4-year-old boy found dead in Utah home

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A 4-year-old boy in Utah reported missing from his home has turned up dead, authorities said.

Kache Wallis disappeared after he was tucked into bed Saturday night at his home in Hurricane, about 291 miles south of Salt Lake City, the Hurricane City Police Department said.

Police launched a search for the boy, saying he might be wearing white Ninja Turtle pajamas and could be with his mother, who does not have custody of him.

But around five hours later, authorities confirmed that he was found dead inside his home.

No further details were provided about the cause or circumstances of his death.

Police said authorities launched an investigation with assistance from the medical examiner’s office.

"Our thoughts & prayers go out to the family of Kache Wallis at this difficult time," police wrote on Facebook.

Loved ones paid tribute on social media to the "loving" boy in the wake of his death.

"Kache was so loved in this family. Our hearts are breaking at the moment as an entire family," a relative, Rachel Svendson, commented on the police department’s post.

"He was such a fun, loving, free spirited little boy who we will all miss in our hearts. This was a tragedy and the outcome is not what any of us wanted."

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Police search for missing 4-year-old child in Hurricane

KSL.com 26 July, 2021 - 04:00pm

Kache Wallis' body was found in his home Sunday after Hurricane police asked the public's help to locate the boy, according to a Facebook post from the department.

Details about what happened were not immediately available. Police said the incident is currently under investigation.

This article will be updated if more information becomes available.

Missing 4-year-old Utah boy found dead in his home

Salt Lake Tribune 26 July, 2021 - 08:47am

(Hurricane City Police Department) Kache Wallis

A 4-year-old Utah boy who was reported missing Sunday was found dead inside his home in Hurricane.

According to police, Kache Wallis had last been seen Saturday night when he went to bed. An alert was issued about noon Sunday, and the boy was found within an hour. Hurricane police later said the boy was “located deceased in the home.”

The police and the state medical examiner’s office are investigating. No further information has been released.

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UPDATE: Missing Hurricane child found deceased

KSL NewsRadio 25 July, 2021 - 02:05pm

HURRICANE, Utah — A 4-year-old child reported missing on Sunday morning was later found dead in his home.

Police confirmed to KSL TV‘ reporter Garna Mejia that they don’t know if the death of Kache Dee Wallis was accidental. Mejia reports police haven’t ruled out an accidental death, and hesitate to call the death suspicious.

Authorities received a call at 10 a.m. on Sunday from the child’s grandmother who reported the child missing. The grandmother is his legal custodian.

Police found the boy’s body about 1:30 p.m. after a second search of the home.  

Hurricane police say they do not have a history of contacts with those in the home. They said that there was no obvious sign of death on the child’s body.

Police do not know how long the child was deceased in the home before he was discovered.

More information on this story will be published as details become available. 

HURRICANE, Utah — The Utah Department of Public Safety has canceled the endangered missing advisory issued earlier Sunday afternoon for 4-year-old Kache Dee Wallis. 

HURRICANE, Utah — Early Sunday afternoon, police in Hurricane, Utah, reported that a 4-year-old boy is missing.

Police reported that the boy, Kache Dee Wallis, was last seen as he was being tucked into his bed Saturday night at his residence, 264 West and 200 North, in Hurricane.

Kache is a white male, with light brow medium length hair. He has dark brown eyes, stands 3’6″ and weighs 50 lbs.

He was last seen wearing white long-sleeve Ninja Turtle pajamas and might be with his non-custodial mother, Erika Carrell.

Carrell may be driving a white 2017 Nissan Sentra, with Oregon license plates.

On its Facebook page, the Hurricane City PD said that, at this time, this situation does not meet the specific criteria required for an Amber Alert to be issued.

Hurricane City police ask you to call 435-627-4999 if you can provide any information.

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