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    Quote Originally Posted by WhyaDuck? View Post
    And it really bothers me that someone took the child and not the BMW - otherwise, one could assume it was a car-theft-turned-kidnapping.
    It actually goes against logic that the car wasn't the target ~ if it was some random crime. MOO
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    Quote Originally Posted by daisy7 View Post
    Is there not a back door at the store?
    I thought the back door was locked. MOO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paintr View Post
    http://www.insidebayarea.com/oakland...ws/ci_13036933




    Hassani, who will be a first-grader at Leitch Elementary School, lives on a quiet street in Fremont with his sister, his aunt, Jennifer Campbell, and her fiance, police said. His biological parents live separately in San Francisco. Police have declined to say why the boy does not live with them, though his mother may have some health problems.

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    In addition to interviewing the boy's aunt and her fiance, police have interviewed the boy's mother and grandmother. They had not yet spoken with the boy's father
    I thought I initially read that he disappeared around 4 pm, now it's evening ?
    I might take some heat for this, but I think foster parents should be either single and living as a single person or married. To me there's a difference between unmarried bio parents who live together and parents chosen by the state to take care of other people's children.
    I'm not a prude, I just think those who are deemed worthy and given the awesome responsibility of taking care of another's child should somehow be held to a higher standard.
    I am not trying to criticize unmarried couples who live together.
    I wish I would have lived with my ex-husband first, then I could call him my ex-boyfriend.

    Basically, fiancee sounds better. A girl and her boyfriend are the foster parents of a one year old and disabled 5 year old. Missing 5 year old.


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    Quote Originally Posted by panthera View Post
    I thought he was supposed to have gone around to the front to go through the store and unlock the back door. And that's when he discovered Hassani missing. MOO
    So, he only had a key to the front, not the back?


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    Ross and Campbell say they did not leave Hassani in the car. When they returned to the alley, the child was missing.

    Ok, they left him alone in the alley. MUCH BETTER.


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    I have a question.
    When you foster child the state usually pays you monthly right?
    When you adopt a child that you fostered do they still give you a monthly check?

    I'm having a hard time believing the foster dads story.

    maybe losing that payment would effect their life style...


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    I haven't read all the articles (sorry - I'm thread hopping - or just lazy, you choose), but what was the point of going in the front (which was unlocked?) to go open the back door to bring the child in? Because children of staff can only enter the back? Because it was easier to carry the baby in (was it nearer to the car?)? The articles I did read said that only the baby was going in - so was it the end of the foster mom's shift, or was this just a visit?

    Sorry, I might just be bass-ackward on all this...


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    Quote Originally Posted by jnTexas View Post
    I have a question.
    When you foster child the state usually pays you monthly right?
    When you adopt a child that you fostered do they still give you a monthly check?

    I'm having a hard time believing the foster dads story.

    maybe losing that payment would effect their life style...
    BBM

    Possibly not if they owned a BMW, as I can't imagine the payments are all that high. But, then again, if the credit crunch teaches us anything, it's that a lot of people who own BMWs really can't afford them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jnTexas View Post
    I have a question.
    When you foster child the state usually pays you monthly right?
    When you adopt a child that you fostered do they still give you a monthly check?

    I'm having a hard time believing the foster dads story.

    maybe losing that payment would effect their life style...

    In Florida if you adopt a disabled child you continue to get the same $s as though you were fostering. Same thing with adopting a child who is related to you. Also adopting siblings is a qualifier. So these kids were covered in all ways if CA is the same.


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    Have we seen any official statement that these two were official foster parents? Or was this some interfamily arraingment?


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    Quote Originally Posted by CHICANA View Post
    Ross and Campbell say they did not leave Hassani in the car. When they returned to the alley, the child was missing.

    Ok, they left him alone in the alley. MUCH BETTER.
    Oh, so maybe he did lock the car so the car thiefs couldn't steal it, and therefore they took Hassani. Yes, that makes sense now. NOT! MOO
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuziQ View Post
    Have we seen any official statement that these two were official foster parents? Or was this some interfamily arraingment?
    It sounded to me more like a family arrangement. Just MOO
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    They took the baby sister into protective custody.

    http://www.insidebayarea.com/oakland...ws/ci_13036933


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    http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?sec...bay&id=6959546

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    Investigators are in a serious race against time. Police have been searching for Hassani and say the FBI received a search warrant and is now helping out with the investigation. They are at the boy's home in Fremont, and search dogs from the Alameda County Search and Rescue are on the scene as well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jnTexas View Post
    I have a question.
    When you foster child the state usually pays you monthly right?
    When you adopt a child that you fostered do they still give you a monthly check?

    I'm having a hard time believing the foster dads story.

    maybe losing that payment would effect their life style...
    They still get a monthly check if they adopt a child in state custody, which this child obviously is. Depending on income, if they adopt they could qualify for disability for Hassani.


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