The parents of missing child Caleigh Harrison are being investigated by the Department of Children and Families in Mass., but what has come of it? Recent reports indicate that investigators have spoken "at length" with both parents separately. Could there be any substance to the "neglect" allegations filed?
Keep in mind that the DCF is involved on behalf of the missing tot's four-year-old sister Elizabeth. Two-year-old Caleigh Harrison still has not been found and it's likely that she will not be. Police have publicly acknowledged that there is no evidence of an abduction, and it seems most likely that this is a "tragic accident," meaning the little girl may have been swept out to sea.
Nonetheless, this hasn't stopped DCF from investigating Anthony Harrison and Allison Hammond, the parents of the missing child and her four-year old sister. Do you think the DCF is going to find anything foul with this family? The two are estranged so it's unlikely that both of them would be in any trouble. Remember, that it was Anthony Harrison who expressed worries about the four-year-old in Allison's care.
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