14 Team The Boston Globe: Susanne Kreiter, John Tlumacki, Keith Bedford, Craig F. Walker, Pat Greenhouse Massachusetts State Trooper Daniel Herman at the rocky beach where Baby Doe's body was discovered. He has returned to the site multiple times for investigative reasons.Winthrop Detectives Timothy Callinan, far right, and Wayne Carter, knock on doors following up on a tip that a child was seen in a nearby park who matched the Baby Doe description. They speak with Andrea Mesa and her four year old son Anthony.Trooper Genny Gibbons brings pieces of Baby Doe--one strand of hair, one tooth, and debris from her hair----to the State Police Crime Laboratory in Sudbury. They will then be sending it to a private lab in Utah where they will conduct isotope analysis to see what water she's been drinking, which they can match to different geographic areas in the US.Mass State Trooper Daniel Herman works the leads in his office. Photos on wall are of children whose identify has been ruled out as the child known as Baby Doe.The citizens of Boston held multiple vigils and prayer services for the dead child found on the beach.Boston area residents brought dolls and stuffed animals to the site where the baby was found on Deer Island.Emma Larson studies a Baby Doe flier at Saint John the Evangelist Parish in Winthrop, MA. Emma's mother is a coordinator for of Justice for Baby Doe. Members of Justice for Baby Doe gathered at Saint John the Evangelist Parish where they hope to build a source of local volunteers to help identify the young girl by posting fliers throughout the Boston metro area.As a result of dogged police work, Baby Doe is discovered to be Bella Bond. Her mother, Rachelle Dee Bond is arraigned for acting after the fact in helping to dispose of the body of her daughter. Her boyfriend Michael Patrick McCarthy was arraigned in the death of Bella Neveah Amoroso Bond.At the arraignment, Megan Fewtrell, godmother of Bella Bond, clutches "Ducky," Bella's favorite stuffed animal that was kept at Fewtrell's home.Bella's estranged biological father Joseph Amoroso, who had never seen the child in person, is swarmed by media after the arraignment.A city grieves for the lost, brief life of Bella Bond. Mourners found closure at the beach where her body was found.A funeral and burial service was held for Bella Bond, the toddler who became know as Baby Doe after her body was discovered in a trash bag in June on Deer Island in Winthrop. Joseph Amoroso, the child's biological father wept as he threw a good-bye kiss to the coffin which was draped in a hand-made quilt with adorned with sayings.