Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez’s family landlord speaks up after police dug up his concrete patio in search of the missing boy

A LANDRANT has for the first time spoken out about missing six-year-old Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez following an invasive police search of his property.

Charles Parson is the landlord of the building where Noel and his nine siblings lived with their parents Arch and Cindy Singh and said he was like a grandfather to the boy who has been missing since November 2022.

Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez has not been seen by his family since November 2022


Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez has not been seen by his family since November 2022Photo credit: WFAA
Police excavated a cement patio near Noel's home


Police excavated a cement patio near Noel’s homePhoto credit: WFAA

“I wish I knew where he is,” Parson told ABC affiliate WFAA in Dallas, Texas. “I would get him.”

According to Parsons, police excavated a newly completed back porch after a lead said the boy’s body may have been placed in some cement.

Police found no trace of the body after an overnight search.

“The deck was built less than a month ago, three weeks old,” Parsons explained.

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“So how could they be under the terrace?”


Police have been looking for Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez since March 20.

The little six-year-old from Everman, Texas was last seen in November 2022.

His parents have not reported his disappearance for months, police say.

Noel’s mother, Cindy Rodriguez-Singh, 37, told Child Protection Services that her son was visiting his father in Mexico.

Police did not suspect any wrongdoing on the part of the parents in the case – but they failed to contact the police after several attempts.

Authorities believe the parents fled the country to India.

Describing himself as a family friend, Parsons said he didn’t think the parents could have done anything wrong.

“They’re afraid they might get in trouble with the law,” he told Texas Fox affiliate KDFW.

“You’re afraid you’ve done something wrong.”

Last week police announced that Noel’s disappearance is now being treated as a death investigation.

“Based on the totality of the circumstances and the evidence available to us at this time, this has led to a very unfortunate, unimaginable and devastating conclusion that Noel is likely to have died,” said Police Commissioner Craig Spencer.

Police have yet to release evidence that led to the conclusion.


Noel was one of the couple’s ten children.

Noel grew up in Parsons’ backyard – in a shed converted for six children and the two parents.

He was born with disabilities and often required a breathing tube.

According to the WFAA, new police reports suggest Noel’s mother viewed him as “evil, possessed, or possessed by a demon.”

Spencer said Noel was seen in the hospital in October 2022 when the mother gave birth to twin daughters.

Police described his appearance as “unhealthy and malnourished”.

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“Although the course of this investigation has changed, our commitment to Noel has not changed,” Spencer said.

“We will keep fighting for Noel.”


PaulLeBlanc is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. PaulLeBlanc joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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