Julia Tomlin is detained but not yet charged, Hampton police chief Terry Sult told a press conference Friday. He added that Noah was considered dead and they would continue to seek him. "We will never give up hope," he said.
Tomlin initially said her son was last seen when he was put into bed at about 1 am at their home in Hampton, according to Sult. She said she missed that day at 11:36
Noah lay down in the early hours of Monday morning dressed in a white and green shirt with pajamas and diaper. The last time he was spotted.