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Boy Missing for Four Years Found in ‘False Wall’ in Georgia Home: Police

Boy Missing for Four Years Found in ‘False Wall’ in Georgia Home: Police

A 13-year-old child reported blank 4 years ago was found behind a “false wall” in a suburban Atlanta home of his father and stepmother on Friday, according to police. The child had used a smartphone to hit his sister online, and she relayed a summary to their mother, Clayton County military Capt. Angelo Daniel told NBC News. The boy’s biological mom called military and sloping them off to where a child competence be, Daniel said.

Investigators afterwards conducted a gratification check during a Jonesboro home where a child was living, though a 5 people inside a home denied carrying any tie with a boy, military said. The investigators left, though perceived a second call that done them go behind inside and perform a some-more consummate search.

During a second search, a immature child was means to call his mother, who upheld along vicious information to a officers on scene. That led them to find a child stealing behind a wall. Five people — dual adults and 3 juveniles — in a home were charged with obstruction, fake seizure and cruelty to children, according to a Clayton County Police Department, that pronounced additional charges are pending. The dual adults are a teen’s father and stepmother, Daniel said.

Local media reported that a boy’s father refused to lapse him to his mom during a revisit in 2010. The mother, who lives out of state, reunited with her son in Georgia on Saturday.

WXIA

— Elisha Fieldstadt

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