On Aug 8, Sean Harris from Gwinnett County, Georgia, had no thought where his seven-year-old daughter was when she didn’t uncover adult to her after-school program.
He spent hours disturbed about what had happened to his small lady before he perceived a call and satisfied it was her on a other end. She hadn’t been kidnapped, yet was incorrectly taken by a Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS).
“Pure stress and we was in dishonesty that this could presumably happen,” Harris said.
DFCS had taken Harris’ daughter out of category during Rosebud Elementary School and driven her to their Rockdale County office.
They had apparently confused her with another small lady who goes to a school. The dual share a same initial and final names, yet a spellings on a initial differ. Their birthdays are opposite as well.