In an unprecedented act, the mother of missing Maine toddler, Ayla Reynolds has released new information about what was found at the home where Ayla Reynold's was last seen in a blog United 4 Ayla, early Tuesday morning.
Reynold's summarizes, along with her boyfriend, Alex and Alex's mother, Melissa, what they were shown on a slide show presentation of what was found by police at 29 Violette Avenue in Waterville where Ayla's father Justin DiPietro was staying.
The details are horrific and disturbing and suggest that Ayla suffered before her disappearance. Posted on United 4 Ayla was the following:
Several drops of Ayla’s blood were found on the left shoulder strap of Ayla’s car seat in Justin’s vehicle. Ayla’s dried vomit was found on the backseat.
Droplets of Ayla’s blood were found on the pompoms of her pink princess slippers.
A “silver dollar sized stain” of Ayla’s blood was found o n the sofa in the DiPietro family’s living room (upstairs).
Ayla’s blood was found smeared on her baby doll’s face and arms in the bedroom she shared with Elisha DiPietro’s daughter (upstairs). It appeared that Ayla tried to wipe blood from her mouth with her doll.
Drops of Ayla’s blood were found on a fan cord in Justin’s basement bedroom.
Ayla’s blood splatter was found on a plastic blue tote in the basement and a sheet that was found inside had Ayla’s blood stains on it. MSP said that it had been used to cleanup Ayla’s blood.
Several drops of Ayla’s blood were found on the tongue and inside Justin’s sneakers in the basement beside his bed.
A “fist size stain” of Ayla’s blood was found on Justin’s mattress and sheets. This sample contained saliva, possibly vomit, and “a toy hair like” pink fiber which, at the time, MSP had not identified.
Several splatters of Ayla’s blood were found on sections of the cement floor and wall beside Justin’s bed. These blood splatters were consistent with Ayla’s standing height, and were up to a dime in size. MSP’s blood analysts determined that the blood splatters were created by intense projectile vomiting and/or blunt force trauma.
Several splatters of Ayla’s blood were found on a wood pallet leaning against a wall in the basement.
The blog also states that the Maine State Police determined that the blood could not have been the result of a cut because of the pattern, and that because there was blood in the saliva that Ayla may have been coughing up blood from internal injuries.
According to the blog. Trista was told that the police did not want to arrest Justin without Ayla's remains for an airtight case.
“What I thought right off my head was it was a murder scene,” she told CNN. “There was just like Ayla’s blood ... everywhere.”
Reynolds believes that there is enough evidence for an arrest in the case and by posted the information on the blog she wanted to put pressure on investigators to press charges against DiPietro.
Reynolds has also created a petition to "Press for Prosecution" in the case, and encourages everyone to sign it. Many followers of the case and social media have voiced their outrage that there have been no arrests made.
Deputy Attorney General William Stokes in response stated that is not how investigations are conducted.
"To allow this type of pressure to influence either the investigation or prosecution undermines the integrity of the investigation or any prosecutor's decision in the future, " Stokes tells CNN. "It simply cannot happen."