The mother of missing Waterville toddler Ayla Reynolds will release information that was presented to her earlier this year by the Maine State Police.  Trista Reynolds wants the girl's father, Justin DiPietro prosecuted.

Trista Reynolds will release what she claims will  be "horrific" information on her website September 24th.  She will hold a press conference the following day in Lincoln Park which is across the street from the Cumberland County Courthouse.

The press conference will directly follow the appearance of Justin DiPeitro in court, he is being charged with assault, a charge not related to the disappearance of his daughter.

Jeff Hansen, who is Trista Reynolds' stepfather, gave the Bangor Daily News a hint as to what to expect.  In an email he said, "We were told by the Maine State Police in January of 2012, that more than a cup of Ayla's blood was found in Justin DePeitro's basement.  On January 3rd, Trista was shown selected specifics and probable cause regarding the blood found by the Maine State Police, and on September 24th, the public will know too.

Ayla Reynolds was twenty months old when her disappearance was discovered on December 17th, 2011.  No one has been charged with a crime at this point.