09 May 2011

Fishy Amber Alert Issued By McKinney P.D.

I generally do not watch the local news broadcasts, but as I flipped through channels yesterday evening, I caught the tail end of a story about an Amber Alert that had been issued by the McKinney Police.  The fragment of the story that I heard said that a woman had "kidnapped" her son during a supervised visit at a McKinney park earlier that day.  The police spokesman said the woman was considered dangerous and that they feared the child was in "grave or immediate danger."  I started watching too late in the story to get the full name of the mother and her son, but at the end of the story the reporter described the car that "Muncie" was thought to be driving.

Normally, I would have filed the information away in my mind and kept turning the channels; however, something bothered me about what I had heard.  Why was this woman having a "supervised" visit on a Sunday afternoon at a park?  Who was supervising the visit and how did they let her "kidnap" her son? 

I have become familiar enough with various CPS cases in Collin County to know that if this were a CPS case, the visitation would have been scheduled to occur at the Children's Advocacy Center (AKA The Temple of Doom).  Even in a divorce/custody dispute case, I would expect to hear that the visit was scheduled to occur at a place such as Hannah's House (one of the many "non-profit" parasite entities sucking the life out of families here in Collin County).

I will admit right now that I was feeling lazy yesterday evening.   By the time I heard this story on the news, I had already resigned myself to sitting on the couch for pretty much the rest of the night.  But the details of the story kept bothering me.  Unwilling to expend too much effort, I came to a compromise with myself...I reached for my iPad (thank you Apple!) and searched for the lat name of "Muncie" and "Amber Alert", which yielded the following story from the KHOU (Houston) website:

Hunt on for 2-year-old missing in North Texas
by Associated Press
Posted on May 8, 2011 at 4:55 PM
Updated yesterday at 4:55 PM

McKINNEY, Texas -- An alert has been issued to law enforcement in North Texas and the Ark-La-Tex to be on the lookout for a 2-year-old McKinney boy and a 28-year-old woman he is thought to be with.

A McKinney Police Department statement describes 2-year-old William Jacob Weltzer as a 3-foot-2 white boy weighing 31 pounds with blonde hair, blue eyes and last seen wearing a white polo shirt and royal blue-and-white checkered shorts. Also sought is 28-year-old Brooke Leigh Muncie, a 5-foot-3-inch, 126-pound white woman with brown hair and blue eyes.

The police statement doesn’t say if the two are related, but it says the boy is thought "to be in grave or immediate danger."

Muncie was last heard from in McKinney driving a blue 2003 Chrysler with a Kentucky plate number 029KRR.

Now my curiosity was piqued enough to make the long walk to the computer in my home office.  I was curious if Brooke Muncie was involved in litigation here in Collin County.

A quick search of the court dockets on the Collin County website confirmed my intuition…Brooke Muncie has an open divorce/custody case in the 416th District Court (The Honorable Chris Oldner [cough] presiding).  The docket sheet showed the following:



Brooke Muncie-Weltzer

William Brent Weltzer



William Brent Weltzer

Muncie-Weltzer, Brooke

Michael R Puhl
Weltzer, William Brent

Linda Risinger

Events & Orders of the Court


Original Petition for Divorce (OCA)

Original Answer


Counter Petition
Original CounterPetition For Divorce

Order Requiring Completiton of For Kid's Sake Seminar

Temporary Orders Hearing  (9:00 AM) (Judicial Officer Oldner, Chris)


General Docket Entry
Agreement approved and Order signed

Temporary Order

Request for Copies

Appearance of Counsel
Entry of Appearance

Original Answer
Petitioner's Answer to Respondent's Original Counterpetition for Divorce


Amended Petition
First Amended Petition for Divorce and Request for Temporary Orders

for Protective Order


Subpoena Return - Not DC Issued
Steph Allen

Subpoena Return - Not DC Issued
Lee Ann Zimmerman

CANCELED   Temporary Orders Hearing  (9:00 AM) ()


Motion to Withdraw


Motion for Withdrawal of Counsel  (9:00 AM) (Judicial Officer Oldner, Chris)


Temporary Orders Hearing  (9:00 AM) (Judicial Officer Oldner, Chris)

So now we know that Brooke Muncie is the petitioner in a divorce that is already nearly a year old.  We know that she (or more likely, her attorney) entered into an “agreed order” on the day she had a temporary orders hearing in the Honorable [cough] Judge Oldner’s court exactly two months ago.  By now, my suspicion is that she lost custody and/or unsupervised visitation as a result of this “agreement.”

Just after 8:00 PM last night, I did another search on the story and found the following from KSLA news:

Amber alert canceled for abducted McKinney Child
Posted: May 08, 2011 7:22 PM

Updated: May 08, 2011 7:22 PM
By Nisreen Hajaj

McKinney, TX (CBSDFW.COM)–Police have found abducted 2-year-old William Jacob Weltzer and charged his mother with kidnapping.
McKinney police issued an Amber Alert Sunday afternoon after Weltzer was abducted that morning at a park at Lake Forest and Highland Drive in McKinney.
The suspect, 28-year-old Leigh Muncie, is the boy's mother and has been charged with kidnapping. Police said Muncie had made suicide threats and was only being allowed supervised visits with her son.
Sunday morning, Weltzer's father, who has custody of the boy, took him to the park with his grandmother for a scheduled visit with his mother. At this point, Muncie began circling a pond at the park, grabbed Weltzer and darted into her 2003 Chrysler, said McKinney Lt. Mark Moyle.
A civilian driver noticed the description of the car on a nearby billboard and found it parked in a sporting goods store parking lot on Stacey Road in Allen. Police responded, arrested Muncie and safely took the boy. He will be released to his father, Moyle said.

Now, my dear readers, let’s review what we know so far…these two individuals are getting divorced.  Somehow, the mother has lost custody of her son during the pendency of the suit.  Those facts alone are not necessarily alarming.  However, in addition to losing custody, she has also lost any unsupervised visitation.  Unless Brooke is a crack whore or a convicted child abuser/pedophile, I would argue this case now seems to be extreme.

But here is the thing that is MOST disturbing and what my intuition told me from the moment I heard the words “mother,” “child,” “kidnap,” “Amber Alert,” and most chilling of all, “McKinney”…THE ADVERSE PARTY IS SUPERVISING THE VISITS!

I am personally familiar with another case in Collin County where the same thing was allowed to happen.  After finalizing their uncontested divorce two years prior in which the mother was designated the custodial parent, the father stalked, threatened, and generally terrorized the woman with constant threats that she would lose her child.  He filed a petition to modify custody and after committing outright perjury in the Collin County courthouse, he managed to get temporary custody of the child pending the outcome of the suit.  The legal assault against the mother continued for nearly two years.  She lost her job, her house…essentially what was once her life.  Mother’s visitation with her child was restricted to four hours a month at a McDonald’s supervised by…Father and his mother.

Needless to say, this arrangement provided one party with the ultimate weapon against the other party…total control of any and all visitation with the child.

Does anyone see the problem here???!!!

Do you think a party to a custody case who has managed to gain all power and control might abuse that power?

My dear readers, I have managed to maintain my civility since I began writing this blog so I ask for your forgiveness in advance for the following question to the Honorable [cough] Judge Chris Oldner:

Your worship, in your vast wisdom as one of the anointed kings of Collin County, did it not occur to you that this might be a bad idea?  Only a moron would approve such an arrangement!  I am going to give you the benefit of the doubt and assume you are not a moron, which begs the question: WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH YOU???

Brooke Muncie is now sitting in the Collin County Jail charged with kidnapping.  A third degree felony.  Her best friend and owner of the vehicle that Ms. Muncie allegedly used to kidnap her own son spoke with us tonight.  She herself has an open case to modify custody here in Collin County.  She tells us she currently resides in Kentucky, but her ex-husband came to visit their children and absconded with them back to Collin County where he filed a petition to change custody.

This individual was staying with Brooke Muncie to visit her children.  She tells us that William Weltzer sent Brooke Muncie a note saying that he would allow her to take her son until 6:00 PM yesterday as a present for Mother’s Day.  Brooke borrowed her friend’s car for the visit and her friend stayed at the apartment to visit with her own children.  She was shocked when the McKinney Police banged on the door yesterday and arrested her as well.  She has since been released, but was told she is not allowed to be in Brooke’s apartment because she is “not on the lease.”  Oh yeah, her ex-husband has now modified his petition and is now seeking to completely terminate her parental rights.  Her ex-husband’s lawyer is none other than Linda Risinger who also represents Brooke Muncie’s soon-to-be-ex.

The arrogance and utter lack of humanity displayed by the Honorable [cough] Judges and the rest of their cabal here in Collin County is stunning.  Surly you all know that it will eventually catch up to you, right?  I know you all have some concern about it.  At least one sitting District Court Judge tried to register for the Collin County Corruption Forum (DENIED).  Christy Bradshaw Schmidt had a friend of hers (an ex-police officer) register and try to find out exactly what kind of evidence we might possess about her dubious practices in this scam.  Others have done similar things.

All in good time…all in good time.