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    Clayton County police rescue missing boy

    Clayton County police found a boy who had been missing for four years concealed behind a false wall at a Jonesboro home.

    Police responded to a welfare check late Friday night at a home on Duke Court. At first the home's occupants denied knowledge of the boy. But the victim was able to contact his mother who lives out of state via a cell phone, and police were able to locate the child.

    Five people, including the boy's father and stepfather, were arrested and charged with obstruction, false imprisonment and cruelty to children.

    CBS 46 is following this developing story and will have more information as it becomes available.


    Georgia boy missing 4 years found behind false wall

    JONESBORO, Ga. — A boy reported missing about four years ago was found hidden behind a false wall in a home here Friday night.

    Clayton County, Ga., police were first called to the home in Jonesboro, Ga., shortly before 11 p.m. to perform a welfare check.

    Police Sgt. K.T. Hughes said the people inside the house denied knowing anything about a possible victim. Investigators searched the home, but didn't find anything.

    The police department received another call from the home a short time later, so officers returned to the location.

    As they searched the house, the missing boy was able to call his mother, who told police her son was hidden behind a false wall, Hughes said. Investigators then found the boy — whose name has not been released — behind the wall.

    Five people at the house were arrested and charged with obstruction, false imprisonment and cruelty to children. More charges are pending. Their names have not been released.

    Hughes said the victim's mother, who lives in another state, is traveling to Georgia to be reunited with her son.

  • #2
    This...this is why we need the police. Everywhere. This is why we can't just abandon places like Ferguson to the thugs - because who, if not LE, would of found this child?
    Originally posted by Iowa #1603
    Your logic defies logic
    Originally posted by Rudy8116
    Blah blah blah, cops don't need camo, something something something, why do police need armored vehicles, angry rant angry rant angry rant let's take them all away, angry masturbation.
    Originally posted by Michigan
    Arresting someone is fun, but playing with my pecker is still more fun.
    Originally posted by TheTick
    A pallet of Cheetos and pictures of my cock are inbound.
    Originally posted by TheTick
    This gangsta *** mother ****er was twisting trees with dank nuggs while in his crib.
    Originally posted by 02paul09
    Being a cop these days in an officer safety issue


    • #3
      Some would venture to say if he was white ,he would have been found sooner.Can always expect that from a few radicals


      • #4
        your a actual lawyer ? honestly ?


        • #5
          Well lets see counselor,based on my education which seems higher than yours at the reading level lets go over the facts as stated.

          1.As they searched the house, the missing boy was able to call his mother, who told police her son was hidden behind a false wall

          Now based on that alone i would venture to say that your reasoning that the child didnt want to be with his mother is total bull****.

          2.Since when Counselor is it ,it if were in fact as you speculate ,the father or a minors choice to violate a court order as to who has custody or visitation ?

          3. Since when Counselor as you speculate ,do people have hidden areas behind walls for the children who they tell police investigating a welfare concern ,that they know nothing about ?

          4. Since when can people "Adopt" a child that someone else has actual custody of without going thru the court system which would have them placed under arrest for child abduction ?

          5. Now Counselor as i hate myself to speculate as most lawyers love to do, i will speculate that the story has a typo and his father and "step mother" were who had him not father and step father in some random gay relationship as you speculated.

          Now back to my original question ,



          • #6
            Your honor ,



            • #7
              I wasnt calling you "Your Honor" you nim rod. Again that goes back to your reading comprehension level.

              I was playing lawyer just like you seem to be.

              See anyone can come on here and say they are one,Problem is you claim to be one of some sort yet im pretty sure ive been in court more than you have over the last 6 years .

              If your going to post stupid speculations then expect to get questioned why when they are so far fetched and make no more sense than what you posted .

              If you dont like it then yes feel free to find a lawyer site where other share your silly views and always beat around the truth to begin with,IF you are even a lawyer.


              • #8
                A 13-year-old boy who had been reported missing four years ago was discovered alive, hidden behind a fake wall of a home near Atlanta, Georgia, and reunited with his mother early on Saturday, police said.

                Five people living in the home in Jonesboro, 17 miles (28 km) south of Atlanta, were taken into custody, among them the boy's father, Gregory Jean, 37, and an adult female, said Sergeant Kevin Hughes of the Clayton County police.

                Jean and Samantha Joy Davis face charges of false imprisonment, cruelty to children and obstructing an officer, he said, adding that three juveniles also in the home were facing obstruction charges.

                The boy's mother apparently had reported him missing to child welfare but not police, and no missing person's report was filed in Clayton County, Hughes said.

                The teen was apparently able to get to a phone recently and contacted his mother with his whereabouts, authorities said.

                © Reuters

                Clayton County police went to the home on Friday to look for the 13-year-old but Jean and Davis said they had no information about the boy, Hughes said.

                Several hours later, police came back and again searched the residence. While the police were in the home, the boy called his mother, who relayed to officers where her son was hidden in the house, Hughes said.

                "They discovered him hidden behind a false wall in the interior portion of the home," he said.

                The boy appeared to be in good physical health and was reunited with his mother, who had come to Georgia from out of state, Hughes said.

                Neighbors in their quiet, well-kept Jonesboro neighborhood said the family moved in about six months ago and kept to themselves.

                The 13-year-old boy always seemed to be home and did not appear to be enrolled in school, they said.

                "We just thought that they liked to keep to themselves," said neighbor Julie Pizarro, 37, adding that the boy was often seen tending the yard.

                "You can see the yard is immaculate," she said. "The boy kept it that way."

                The teen went missing in 2010 while visiting his father in Florida, WSBTV reported.

                Jean was being held in Clayton County jail and no bail has been set, online records show.

                Authorities said Jean and Davis could face more criminal charges as the investigation unfolds.

                It was unclear if they had obtained attorneys.


                • #9
                  Thank God the boy was found safe.


                  • #10
                    Did I miss my chance for popcorn? Rats.
                    Originally posted by JasperST
                    "The fail is strong with this one."

                    Originally posted by mdrep
                    It's not sporting old chap. Like shooting fish in a barrel. You may only take a shot at a poser or troll if they are running and you are properly licensed.

                    What do you think we are, a bunch of barbarians?


                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Steve856

                      If you don't like they way we answer questions, you are certainly free to find a website more to your sensibilities.
                      And just who is the "we" that you are referring too?

                      Get this in your narcissistic, self absorbed head - you are NOT part of the "we" around here. You are like the next door neighbor's ignorant step kid who refuses to leave and go back home. The reality is -- YOU are the one that is certainly free to take your verbal diarrhea elsewhere.

                      And folks - he is just a copyright lawyer. Not a criminal attorney. Don't flatter him, or he will never leave.


                      • #12
                        can't we all just get along???? Lol!
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                        • #13
                          Hes a lost cause in most threads,He still doesnt get it.


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