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.
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.
Morenci Police are once again reaching out the the public for help in locating three young brothers missing since Thanksgiving weekend.
A southern Michigan man whose three young sons have been missing since Thanksgiving has waived a preliminary examination in the case.
Family and friends of three missing Morenci boys say a reward for information leading to finding the boys has now grown to $60,000 dollars.
The man suspected in the disappearance of his three young sons last Thanksgiving Day has been arraigned on additional charges in Lenawee County .
John Skelton, accused in the disappearance of his three sons, has been ordered back to district court to be arraigned on new charges.
The Lenawee County Prosecutor’s Office has added three charges each of kidnapping and unlawful imprisonment against the 39-year-old father of three missing Morenci boys.