I think it's important to be careful in jumping to conclusions over a press release by the fathers attorney. If I were her parents, and let's just say that they did have people harassing them, their daughter has been having issues with an ex, and then suddenly comes up missing and then the police treat it as though it's not an issue, have to force an amber alert to he issued, then they are harassed even more by the public, and the police are now questioning them on their daughters disappearance treating them as though they are suspects-I would probably retain an attorney and stop cooperating as well. This was also bad reporting because the news release on her disappearance came out pretty immediate. The parents probably didn't realize she hadn't met with her friends until later. You can't report someone missing until you realize they are missing. In the interview the news did with the father and his mother, he didn't seem all that concerned. However I realize people sometimes mask their emotions. But I'd be interested to know if the police even questioned him and asked him where he was between when he saw his son in the morning and that day he found out she was missing. Her mom genuinely seems like she doesn't know where her daughter and grandson are when I saw the clip, which the news decided to cut out later. I have seen very manipulative people convince others they are innocent when they're not. My cousin was killed by her soon to be ex and he tried to take her body to the mountains and hide it and got pulled over. Even with all the evidence, he only served 5 years because he knew how to manipulate people.