3 Missing Boys

November 30, 2010 by staff 

3 Missing Boys, A story of three brothers, who have missed, is spreading. Officials are trying finding them but yet there is no clue found. The grandmother of three Michigan brothers Jacksonville missing since Thursday said Monday Times-Union; she believes that boys are alive and that his son had nothing to do with their disappearance.

Roxann Skelton, 60, of Southside said she believes a person unknown to the boys and she hopes they will be returned.

“My message to them is to bring the boys home or take them to a safe place with a note that said:” I am a missing child, call 911, “said Skelton.”My heart tells me they’re OK.”

Skelton said she last saw Tanner, 5, in Jacksonville in August and brothers, Alexander, 7, and Andrew, 9, a month later. She said her son, John, was with the boys and she felt no evil every time.

Larry Weeks, the police chief of southern Michigan town where the boys lived, said police doubted the story of unemployed truck driver John Skelton, 39, who said he gave his children to Joann Taylor before a suicide attempt Friday.

The boys were last seen Thursday in the courtyard of the house of their father Morenci. It has not been excluded as a suspect, said weeks.

Police are looking for someone who has seen the boys in blue their father’s Dodge Caravan on Thursday or Friday along the border of Michigan and Ohio. The FBI said the vehicle was on the highway in Ohio during this time.

The boys were reported missing Friday by their mother, Tanya Skelton said weeks. A family friend said the boys were with their father in the context of visits ordered by the court and their parents were divorcing.

Grandmother of the boys said his son would never hurt her children.

“He loves his son more than life itself, no doubt,” Skelton said in a telephone interview from his home near the beach and Hodges boulevards. “It’s not a bad boy. It’s a good father.”

Police removed items from the John Skelton Morenci but declined to identify them.

Weeks said Skelton was treated at a hospital in Ohio for “mental health” after telling police he had tried to hang himself on Friday.

The grandmother said she intends to continue with a planned visit to Christmas for his family in Michigan, if the trip took a whole new twist.

“I hope by all means anything that had happened. I hope he can go away and I could not wake up,” said Skelton. “But I have this problem.”

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