Police in a Georgia city found a missing 13-year-old child behind a feign wall inside a home, and done 5 arrests including a boy’s father, authorities pronounced on Saturday.
WSB-TV in Atlanta pronounced that in 2010 a father refused to lapse a child to his mom in Florida after he came to Georgia for a visit.
Police in Clayton County contend a child’s father was stealing a child in his house. The child was found early Saturday dark behind a feign wall in a linen closet.
MyFoxAtlanta reported that a teen and his mom were reunited during a Clayton County military headquarters. The hire quoted authorities as saying she reported a child blank to child gratification authorities though not to police, presumably since she is an newcomer and unknown with a required procedures.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution identified the boy’s father as Gregory Jean, 37. They pronounced he was taken into control as was another adult, Samantha Joy Davis, 42. They faced charges of false imprisonment, deterrent of probity and cruelty to children. Also arrested were three juveniles.
Police told WSB-TV how they found a child.
“We non-stop a cell area where he was and we saw him and asked him to come forward,” Clayton County Police Sgt. Joanne Sutherland told a station. “He was horrified. He was solidified with fear.”
The boy had recently texted his mom after downloading a phone app. She afterwards called a police.
Sutherland told WSB-TV that police went to a home about 11 p.m. Friday on a child abuse censure about a boy. She pronounced Jean and Davis denied meaningful anything about the child or where he was. At 2 a.m. Saturday military got a second call about a child and returned to a house.
Police pronounced a child regularly thanked a officers who found him. Georgia child gratification workers will expected take control of a boy.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.