Attorney General Janet T. Mills: Prosecute Justin DiPietro, Courtney Roberts, and Elisha DiPietro in Connection with the Death of Ayla Reynolds.
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On the morning of December 17, 2011, Justin DiPietro reported his 20-month old daughter Ayla Reynolds missing. After spending the day with Ayla December 16, Justin claimed he put her to bed at 8 p.m., and she was gone when he woke up in the morning. Ayla had lived in Justin’s home just 59 days.
Two other adults, his sister Elisha DiPietro and his girlfriend Courtney Roberts, were in the house that night. Justin and Courtney claimed to have slept in his basement bedroom, while Elisha claimed to have slept in her own bedroom, with her own daughter, across the hall from the bedroom Ayla normally shared with Elisha’s daughter. They insisted it was a normal night, and none of them saw or heard anything.
Investigators concluded Ayla was not kidnapped and she did not leave the house on her own accord. They determined that foul play befell her in the house. They announced they did not expect to find Ayla alive. Some of the critical evidence included Ayla’s blood in various rooms in the house both upstairs and downstairs.
That blood was found in baby Ayla’s bedroom on a doll; it was found in the family living room on the sofa; downstairs, where Justin and Courtney alleged to have slept unaware there was a fist-size stain of Ayla’s blood on the sheets and mattress, her blood was splattered on the wall next to the bed and on the floor. There was also blood in a pair of Justin’s shoes near the bed.
A blue plastic tote contained a sheet investigators said was used to clean up some of Ayla’s blood. Some of the blood found in the house contained saliva, indicating projectile vomiting and/or blunt force trauma.
Two vehicles were parked in the DiPietro driveway. The closest to the road belonged to Courtney. The other vehicle belonged to Justin. Inside Justin’s vehicle, police found Ayla’s car seat stained with her blood. Ayla’s vomit was also present in Justin’s car.
Police have searched for Ayla’s body but have yet to locate it. Justin, Courtney, and Elisha all deny knowledge of Ayla’s whereabouts.
The Search for Ayla
Justin DiPietro’s false report of a missing baby set off the most extensive and expensive missing child investigation in Maine’s history, costing the citizens more than $500,000.
Justice delayed is justice denied - William E. Gladstone
Despite the passage of six years, there have been no arrests in the death of Ayla Reynolds or its cover-up. Trista Reynolds, Ayla’s mother, and her family, suffer with each day that passes and justice for Ayla is not forthcoming.
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- Attorney General
Janet T. Mills
- Maine State Legislature - District 16
Sen. Scott Cyrway
- Maine State Legislature - District 28
Sen. Mark Dion
Call for Arrests
We, the undersigned, request that you, the Attorney General for the State of Maine, prosecute Justin DiPietro, Courtney Roberts, and Elisha DiPietro in connection with Ayla Reynolds’ unlawful death and the cover-up thereof, forthwith.
We ask that Justin DiPietro be held accountable for the unlawful death of Ayla Reynolds and the improper disposal of her body.
We ask you to charge Justin DiPietro, Elisha DiPietro, and Courtney Roberts in connection with falsely reporting Ayla Reynolds “missing.”
We ask you to charge Elisha DiPietro and Courtney Roberts, and any other persons who may have participated, with aiding Justin DiPietro in covering up Ayla Reynolds’s death.
We ask that you review the evidence in this case and institute any and all other criminal charges against Justin DiPietro, Elisha DiPietro, and Courtney Roberts and others in connection with Ayla's death as the evidence may warrant.
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