Sure, we all think we know how we will respond but hopefully none of us actually have to find out if we'd live up to or own hype. His initial response was disbelief, he thought it was a mistake but when she ignored multiple calls he immediately called police, instead of trying to catch the car on foot, which is what we're all told to do if something like this happens. He was at the corner they were dropped off at he didn't go home and relax before calling for help. The seat belonged to the child. It has been reported that he got out of the car where he was in the back seat with his daughter, walked around to the other side of the car to get her and her seat or but the car drove off as he was grabbing the handle. The mother has been defending the father in post on Facebook and the parents along with their families are all putting in effort to organize the same searches and get the word out so it looks like they are working together for their child. I don't know what their custody arrangements are but since the mother is defending the father it seems irrelevant.Hi everyone been following this story...some things are not adding up.
IMO if someone drove off with my child I would be found blocks away chasing after the vehicle. Or trying to flag down another car The father was at his home when he called the police correct?
Did the car seat belong to Nancy or the father? Where is the mother in all this? Who has custody of Nalani?