Ohio College Application Leads Feds to Alabama Boy Abducted in 2002 (see poster)

Nov 5, 2015

The boy below was kidnapped from Alabama in 2002 but found safe in Ohio this fall, after his college application was flagged because he was listed in a national missing-persons database. 

Ohio College Application Leads Feds to Alabama Boy Abducted in 2002 (see poster)

Julian Hernandez was first reported missing by his mom 13 years ago. He was 5-years-old then and is now 18 and college bound -- wherein the problem for his abductor dad lies:

Bobby Hernandez is in police custody today, solely because his son’s name and social security number wouldn’t pass scrutiny when the teenager applied to an Ohio school in 2015.

College administrators then informed police they believed that a long-gone child had been found safe in their state, after being hidden there for more than a decade.

Federal investigators suspect young Julian Hernandez probably wasn’t even aware he was listed on the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s registry when he enrolled in college this year.

As a result of the numerous *glitches* he encountered during the application process, he’s now been reunited with his mother and his cold case happily solved.

Julian’s father, however, faces charges related to kidnapping and custodial interference, which could see him jailed for up to 10 years.

@EponymousRox

 

 

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