Three Charged With Interfering With Investigation Of Boy’s Disappearance

FITCHBURG (CBS) Massachusetts authorities have charged three people with interfering with the investigation of the disappearance of a five-year-old boy last seen by relatives in September.  Jeremiah Oliver is the son of Jose Oliver of New Britain.

The Worcester County District Attorney’s office said Monday, Christian Sierra, 21, Cailey Thibault, 23, and Ashley M. Cormier, 24, all of Fitchburg, are charged under the Intimidation of a Witness statute.  Sierra and Thibault were arrested Friday night and held over the weekend on $25,000 bail. Cormier was arrested Monday.

Elsa Oliver, 28, Jeremiah’s mother, remains in jail. She is facing two counts of reckless endangerment of a child and two counts of accessory after the fact of a felony (assault and battery with a dangerous weapon).

The 5-year-old Jeremiah was last seen by relatives on Sept. 14.

See story from CBS Boston.


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