Mother and Father live in British Columbia, Canada.
Mother and Father have three year old Son together.
Mother and Father break up.
Mother allegedly abducts Son to the US.
Canadian family court awards Father sole custody of Son.
Mother manages to remain at large with Son for seven years, despite Father’s efforts to locate Son.
Mother reportedly flies into a rage while in a laundromat in Arizona, allegedly because Son bought some candy.
Police are summoned.
And discover that Mother is wanted in Canada for parental child abduction.
Police arrest Mother for disorderly conduct.
Son is taken into child protective custody.
Son is then returned to Father, who comes to Arizona. Father plans to bring Son back to Canada (and his two older siblings, Sisters).
Due to the age at which Son was taken, he barely recollects Father or Sisters.
Unrepentant, Mother defends her actions and insists that Father is not Son’s father … despite a DNA test reportedly proving that he is.
Son can undoubtedly look forward to a big adjustment.
Arizona authorities are working with the Canadian courts to find a way to extradite Mother to Canada.
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