Five children and a woman were found slain inside a North Naples apartment complex Saturday night and authorities are searching today for the woman’s 33-year-old husband.
The Collier County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating Mesac Damas, the North Naples man.
Neighbors said four boys and a girl resided in the residence, and that one was a baby but they weren’t sure of their ages. The neighbors also said none of the children were in school Friday, and they weren’t seen at the bus stop.
Records on the Collier County Clerk of Courts Web site show Damas has prior charges for domestic violence in June 2005 involving his wife, Guerline Dieu, and children -- Mesack Obo Damas, Maven and Marven.
Damas also brought charges against Dieu for domestic violence, the Web site records show, but the November 2006 case never moved forward because he failed to appear in court.http://www.naplesnews.com/news/2009/...-naples-apart/Investigators in two countries are searching for answers in a family slaying that Collier County Sheriff Kevin Rambosk called the most “horrific and violent” act the community had ever seen.
“This is the worst of the worst,” Rambosk said.
Damas, the father and “person of interest,” is believed to be in Haiti following a Friday morning flight. Investigators in the country are currently looking for Damas for questioning, Rambosk said.
The bodies of Damas’ five children and his wife, Guerline Damas, were found in different locations in the home, Rambosk said.
The sheriff did not describe the nature of the scene, except to say multiple rooms were involved. He said the scene inside the home and the nature of the case made it the worst he’d ever seen.
The childrens’ names and ages were given as Michzach, 9; Marven, 6; Maven, 5; Megan, 3; and Morgan, 11 months old.
Deputies were first contacted by a relative late Friday night, after they had not heard from Guerline Damas in 24 hours, Rambosk said. After making a welfare check on the residence — knocking on the door and checking its exterior — a deputy left for the day, Rambosk said.
A family member then filed a missing person’s report the next morning. After finding no one at the home on a second check, deputies asked for a key to the residence, entered and found the bodies.
Mesac Damas was last seen at 9 p.m. Thursday at Miller’s Ale House, where he works.
http://www.islandcrisis.net/2009/09/mesac-damas/Mesac Damas could be the man behind yesterday’s worldwide shocking news where a mother and her 5 children were found dead at their residence in North Naples. The Facebook status message of the kids own father Mesac Damas could be saying it all says a police official today.
Apparently the man left a status message on his Facebook some time ago saying:“Good people do not go to heaven, only sinners do! Thank you God I am going to heaven.”