Police left the Ava Landfill around 11:00 a.m. Thursday morning.
Utica Police say they have not been able to speak with the child's father, 27-year-old Jevon Wameling, since their first interview with him. At that interview Wameling asked for an attorney. Sgt. Hauck said he hopes Jevon Wameling will agree to speak with investigators again.
Previous searches near the childâ??s home, a wooded area in north Utica, a marshy area in Utica, and a wooded area in Marcy have not turned up anything.
According to Levonâ??s father, the child was last seen on the front porch of his 748 Jay Street home in Utica on May 29.
Wameling did not notify police until two weeks later. Wameling told the Utica Observer-Dispatch that he waited to go to police because he did not want to tip off the kidnapper and he was skeptical that investigators would help him.
No charges have been filed against Jevon Wameling and Hauck says even a charge of endangering the welfare of a child is unlikely.
"To charge him with that would be accepting the premise that he left the child there unattended. We don't believe that to be true so we're not going to charge somebody with a crime we don't believe was committed," said Hauck.
Anyone with any information that may help in the investigation is asked to call Utica Police at 315-735-3301.