Morning of April 4, 2014 Durham Police Officer J. Sandoval contacted Winston Salem Police Department with information of a warrant for the parents. Winston Salem Police department did go to the Wilmington address with forced entry, the residence was then thoroughly searched, the child was not there. Why did the officers then gain interest of the whereabouts of the child? The child at that time became assumed "missing" by the police not the parents. Why was the child then assumed missing? What gave to proof to show that the child was "missing"? The parents also received a charge of abduction..can you abduct your 1 year old child if you already have lawful custody? A warrant issued by Magistrate Christine Wright was finally served though the steel bars of Winston Salem County Jail to the parents much later that night after the arrest. A family member, heard of the wide spread news and did fearfully handover the child to Durham Police Department. The child was diagnosed as perfectly healthy at the time Durham Police assumed custody that night. **If the child was examined and proved to be without signs of abuse by North Carolina State Officials hours after arrest of parents, then also the child should have also been healthy at the time the "initial" claim was made...no? Miraculous recovery perhaps? A Superior of Sandoval told sources an agent of DSS reported the parents to the police via 911 but didn't say name of agent. A massive amount of supporters showed up in court for the family Monday and Tuesday. Did Sandoval trick W. S. Police into this arrest? Did police go too far to report this child missing?Why was the warrant served many hours after the arrest?
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