Stepmother Releases Public Statement After Boy Goes Missing Mysteriously
The stepmother of missing Colorado kid, 11-year-old Gannon Stauch, discharged an announcement Tuesday night to neighborhood Denver station, FOX 31, as the frantic quest for the kid proceeds.
Gannon’s stepmother, Tecia Stauch, recently told police that she keep going saw him on January 27, between 3 p.m., what’s more, 4 p.m., as he left their home close to Colorado Springs by walking to visit a companion in their Lorchan Ranch neighborhood.
Stauch asserted the kid stayed away forever home. None of Gannon’s companions saw him that day, as per reports, and police affirmed he didn’t go to class on January 27.
Neighbor Roderrick Drayton said he began doing some research individually after Gannon strangely disappeared. “I was unable to rest, so I just kept awake, and I began glancing through [surveillance footage],” Drayton said. “I glanced through on my tablet. At that point, I stated, ‘Let me look on my TV, no doubt.”
Video film took with Drayton’s surveillance camera demonstrated Tecia and Gannon getting into a red truck in the carport of their living arrangement at around 10:15 a.m. on January 27. Around four hours after the fact, security film caught Tecia Stauch landing back home in the truck. However, she was distant from everyone else.
Tecia Stauch is as yet adhering to her underlying course of events. The stepmother likewise clarified why specialists may have conceivably discovered Gannon’s blood inside their home. In the course of recent weeks, an investigative lab van has been seen going to and fro to the Stauch habitation to gather proof.