Police: Missing Boys’ Dad Lied About Woman
Boys, Ages 9, 7, 5 Still Missing
MORENCI, Mich. — Police in Michigan said Monday they were questioning the validity of a father’s account of what happened to his three young sons. Police in Morenci, about 75 miles southwest of Detroit, are looking for 5-year-old Tanner, 7-year-old Alexander and 9-year-old Andrew Skelton. The boys were last seen the day before their father, John Skelton, tried to commit suicide. During a press conference, Police Chief Larry Weeks said John Skelton told them he gave the boys to a woman he met online and had been having an online relationship with. Skelton told police he asked the woman, Joann Taylor, to take the boys to their mother. But Weeks said investigators have failed to establish the reported relationship between John Skelton and Taylor, locate Taylor or find the van Taylor was reportedly driving.
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