quinta-feira, 8 de julho de 2010
The search to find Kyron Horman has evolved from a ground search near his school, into a story about a complex family. The seven-year-old boy has been missing now for more than a month.
" On the day Kyron disappeared, Kaine Horman said he stayed in his office until 1:45 p.m. and returned home by 2 p.m., where he found Terri Horman and their daughter Kiara. The three walked down to the bus stop at about 3:35 p.m. The bus arrived, but Kyron wasn't on it.
The family called Skyline Elementary School, which notified police. The 9-1-1 call touched off a massive search in the area that was scaled down after the case was classified as a criminal investigation, The Associated Press reported."
........ " A source tells KATU the first call Terri Horman made came in as a priority three, and was about someone in a truck threatening her. The second call came moments later, also priority three, saying the man wanted $10,000, but there was no explanation given for why he wanted it. In the third call, Terri Horman told dispatchers that Kaine Horman had packed up and left with their 19-month-old daughter Ciara.
Terri Horman made multiple 9-1-1 calls on day her husband moved out | KDRV
URL: http://kdrv.com/news/local/180629 "