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There are 125 comments on the 10TV WBNS story from Apr 23, 2010, titled Police Consider Charges In Mother's Disappearance | WBNS-10TV, .... In it, 10TV WBNS reports that:

Investigators on Friday were considering charges against a woman who disappeared last weekend and was found in Florida with a male friend.

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#131 Apr 27, 2010
sjm wrote:
The child was not abandoned or neglected. She was left in the care of her father. Charges can't be brought for leaving your child in the care of her other parent UNLESS you take off knowing full well your spouse is unfit and a danger to the child.
Leaving home is not illegal. The woman made no false reports to cover for her actions. She can't be held financially responsible because her family reported her gone.
Now, that being said... she is a selfish, irresponsible idiot and her fitness as a parent should be thoroughly questioned before she can regain custody of her child.
I do tend to agree with the folks who've said the husband more than likely knew exactly what was going on, and was either looking to embarass her into coming back, or was looking to set himself up an airtight case for custody in the divorce.
Well, she wanted to leave home forever to start a new life.

A life without her child.

Shouldn't her wish be granted and respected?
OMG

Powell, OH

#132 Apr 27, 2010
sjm wrote:
The child was not abandoned or neglected. She was left in the care of her father. Charges can't be brought for leaving your child in the care of her other parent UNLESS you take off knowing full well your spouse is unfit and a danger to the child.
Leaving home is not illegal. The woman made no false reports to cover for her actions. She can't be held financially responsible because her family reported her gone.
Now, that being said... she is a selfish, irresponsible idiot and her fitness as a parent should be thoroughly questioned before she can regain custody of her child.
I do tend to agree with the folks who've said the husband more than likely knew exactly what was going on, and was either looking to embarrass her into coming back, or was looking to set himself up an airtight case for custody in the divorce.
Okay, you've talked me into there is no law she broke, but if she left her car with the keys in it, it is logical someone might think she was kidnapped. Looking at the husband on TV, I think he had no clue, which is probably why she left. It's still a crappy thing to do to her family and she deserves to be publicly shamed, but the family doesn't. The family was right to report her missing and the police were right to look for her, she could have been abducted. They had no way to know. All she would have had to do was leave a note in the car or leave a message on her pastor's answering machine. She would have been well away, but people would have known she was safe.
sjm

Westerville, OH

#134 Apr 29, 2010
OMG wrote:
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Okay, you've talked me into there is no law she broke, but if she left her car with the keys in it, it is logical someone might think she was kidnapped. Looking at the husband on TV, I think he had no clue, which is probably why she left. It's still a crappy thing to do to her family and she deserves to be publicly shamed, but the family doesn't. The family was right to report her missing and the police were right to look for her, she could have been abducted. They had no way to know. All she would have had to do was leave a note in the car or leave a message on her pastor's answering machine. She would have been well away, but people would have known she was safe.
Maybe it's the cynic in me that thinks he suspected SOMETHING wasn't right with his marriage. Maybe he really didn't have a clue and he is just that forgiving... all we can do is speculate.

I'm not saying her family was wrong to report her missing. I just don't think she can or should be held responsible for that as she didn't break any laws. Unfortunately, being a selfish moron isn't illegal... As far as being publicly shamed, she deserves what she gets in that arena.
JVM Fan

Van Nuys, CA

#135 Apr 29, 2010
Great, and now she is famous for putting everybody through heck. The "Issues" tv show on Headline News channel is saying they will have news regarding the "runaway mom" tonight on the show. Seriously I think she must be crazy. Hope she enjoys the celebrity.
JIM

Bedford, TX

#136 May 2, 2010
Wage garnishments and probation until all costs are fully repaid. Give her three days in jail up front to think things over.

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