The search for missing toddler Caylee Anthony is intensifying right now but the storms are deterring searchers albeit only temporarily.
High water from the storm is causing a problem for the search led by Texas Equusearch for little Caylee Anthony. The director of the search team, Tim Miller said the suspension of the search is only temporary. They will return to the search to find Caylee as soon as the conditions improve.
Fortunately, some of the protesting has ended in violence which has caused Orange County Sheriff Kevin Beary to call for an end to the protesting, He says when they are called out by neighbors complaining they are taking away resources they could be using to find Caylee.
Also, in new development, â€œsignificant levelsâ€ of chloroform were found in the car used by Casey Anthony.
This is the same car that was found abandoned that investigators said contained traces of human decomposition.
Perhaps, evidence is starting to pile up against mom Casey.
Hopefully soon there is enough evidence to irrefutably confirm what happened to Casey and the perpetrator can be brought to justice.