Charlie Bothuell IV narrowly escaped a police investigation into the disappearance of his son, that is of course until, until his 12-year-old son who had been missing for nearly two weeks was found hiding out in the basement of their own Detroit townhouse.
“I didn’t know that he was in the basement. I searched. My wife searched. We’ve had dozens of police officers, FBI agents were here, dogs. We’ve all been searching for my son,” he says.
Detroit police officers searched the family town home five times and used dogs in the search. Detroit police chief James Craig said this morning on “CBS Morning News” that the boy may not have been in the home at the time of the searches, adding, “If he was I want to know how we could have missed him.”
But the discovery of the missing child raises questions which will likely lead police to…
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