When a missing child report is filed, all concerned is focused on finding the kid and reconnecting them with their caregivers.
Their uplifting story is no exception; this family assisted authorities in discovering their cherished lost kid.
State Highway Patrol Locates Child Abduction Victim. Excellent job Troopers! See NCSHP statement below. On Monday,…Posted by NC Trooper's Association K-9 Search and Recovery on Tuesday, 20 December 2022
The North Carolina State Highway Patrol was having a typical day when they received a concerning call. The Rock Hill Police Department alerted them of a child kidnapping on Monday at 1:13 p.m.
The kidnapped youngster was a five-year-old girl. After receiving unsettling complaints from an elementary school, authorities were warned about the abduction. Jovan Orlando Bradshaw, 38, allegedly went to the school and took control of a kid, in violation of particular custody agreements.
It is thought that the 5-year-old child was Bradshaw’s own daughter, whom he was denied custody of at the time. The case was classified as a custodial interference case by Rock Hill police.
Bradshaw and the small child had fled the state. He was driving through North Carolina on his way to Virginia. Troopers observed the car on I-85, just north of the Hillsborough Weigh Station in Orange County, at 1:13 p.m.
Trooper Z. D. Gibbs and Trooper S. A. Harvin was successful in locating and stopping the suspect vehicle on I-85 near the 165-mile marker, according to the official announcement.
Bradshaw was arrested for kidnapping the 5-year-old girl. The most shocking aspect was that, in addition to the reported missing 5-year-old child, another youngster was located in the truck, a kid who had been missing since May of 2022.
Bradshaw obtained the second kid in a similar manner, by picking them up from school and unlawfully detaining them in his care for six months, according to Rock Hill police.
The first kid was abducted on May 23, 2022, although it was not reported to the cops.
Both kids are in the care of Orange County Child Protective Services and will be reunited with their parents soon.
This story might have gone very worse, yet fortunately, all children were safely found.