three lacking Roseville kids discovered secure after mom who misplaced custody fled state with them

Three Roseville children who went missing with their mother nearly two weeks ago have been found safe and waiting to be reunited with their father.

On July 22, a mother from Roseville, Ruth Amo, 32, fled with her three children, Samuel Tenny, 7, Vanessa Tenny, 11, and Bella Tenny, 12, after losing custody of the children and refusing to do so to hand them over to her father. said the police. The children were reportedly found safe in another state since August 8, waiting to be reunited with their guardian, John Tenny.

Roseville Police say the three children are in child protection care while they await their father’s arrival and are in “good health and good spirits”.


According to police, Amo knowingly defied a court order to hand the children over to their father and fled the state to hide them from the authorities. Police did not say what allegations the mother was facing regarding the incident.

Further details were not published at this time.

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