UT - 3-year old boy left behind in corn maze

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  1. MOTORUNNER

    MOTORUNNER My echo, My shadow, and Me

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  2. al66pine

    al66pine Well-Known Member

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    Asked how the boy’s absence went unnoticed by his mother for so long, Monson noted that, “This was a case of multiple families with multiple children living in the same home,” but stressed no conclusions had been made. Police issued no citations, Monson said, noting that the incident had been turned over to DCFS for investigation.
    ^from sltrib.com link
     
  3. AmyPond

    AmyPond Well-Known Member

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    Ah....so probably a polygamist family. Maybe they thought someone else had brought the child home or something. One of the other mothers maybe.

    Just speculation.

    So weird.
     
  4. MIKAYOYO

    MIKAYOYO What?

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  5. MOTORUNNER

    MOTORUNNER My echo, My shadow, and Me

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    The fact that people can seriously forget their kid in a corn maze overnight is funny to me. Maybe I just have a sick sense of humor ;)
     
  6. MsFacetious

    MsFacetious What a Kerfuffle...

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    I don't think they are polygamists. I think it's just a household with a few families.
     
  7. Morag

    Morag Well-Known Member

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    Reminds me of “Home Alone”, when the McAllisters lost track of how many kids they were responsible for at the airport...
     

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