Police in Morenci say they’re still trying to find three young boys from Lenawee County — who haven’t been seen since Thanksgiving Day 2010.
The Michigan appeals court has declined to hear an appeal of the prison sentence ordered for a Lenawee County man blamed for the disappearance of his three sons.
Tanya Zuvers greets visitors to her father’s home wearing a black sweatshirt printed with the names of her three missing children, last seen last Thanksgiving.
The search for the three brothers missing since Thanksgiving last year resumes in southern Michigan on the anniversary of their disappearance.
An assistant prosecutor compared John Skelton to troubled TV star Charlie Sheen during Thursday’s sentencing.
A man who maintains his three young sons, who have been missing since Thanksgiving, are still alive faces a sentencing hearing Thursday after pleading no contest in July to a charge of unlawful imprisonment.
John Skelton, the father of three missing boys from Morenci, has pleaded no contest to three charges of unlawful imprisonment of his sons.
Morenci police say items found over the weekend that at first were thought to be possible evidence in the case of three missing brothers turned out to be nothing.
John Skelton, whose three young sons disappeared last Thanksgiving Day, continues to contend in jailhouse interviews that he gave the children to a sanctuary group and that they are alive.
Police Chief Larry Weeks says John Skelton knows what happened on Thanksgiving weekend to his three children, Alexander, Andrew and Tanner, and he sees the frustration on people’s faces in Morenci.
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