3 Year Old Kid Left in Corn Maze Spends The Night in Welfare Custody

3 Year Old Kid Left in Corn Maze Spends The Night in Welfare Custody

A young man in Utah was abandoned in a corn labyrinth by his family, yet his mom is asserting it was a ghastly mischance.

Police were called to the Crazy Corn Maze in West Jordan around 7:30 p.m. on Monday in the wake of getting a report of a kid deserted.

Representatives at the fascination told an officer that they found a 3-year-old kid without anyone else’s input and nobody approached to guarantee him when the labyrinth shut.

The Utah Division of Child and Family Services was called to take the youngster for the night.

The kid’s mom didn’t see her tyke was absent until the next morning, West Jordan police Sgt. Joe Monson told the Daily News.

Monson said the youngster’s mom called police around 7:40 a.m. on Tuesday to report that her child was absent. Police educated the mother the tyke was with DCFS.

As per Monson, the youngster and mother went to the corn labyrinth Monday night with a huge gathering of individuals. The mother told officers that when the gathering returned home they put on a motion picture and she snoozed off. Sooner or later amid the night, the mother went to bed still uninformed her tyke was not at the home.

When she woke up the following morning, she saw her child was no more. Monson said he doesn’t know what number of kids and grown-ups were in the gathering.

No charges have been recorded however police are as yet researching the case. KUTV reports that the youngster was brought together with his mom Tuesday morning.

3 Year Old Kid Left in Corn Maze Spends The Night in Welfare Custody was last modified: October 10th, 2017 by Rony Jack

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