More than a Month Since Three Young Brothers Disappeared

Father Charged in Parental Kidnapping Waves Right to Preliminary Exam

By Peter Neumann
By Max Resnik

December 27, 2010 Updated Dec 27, 2010 at 5:33 PM EST

MORENCI, Mich. (Indiana's NewsCenter) --- It's now been more than a month since Tanner, Andrew and Alexander disappeared from their Morenci, Michigan home.

They were last seen on Thanksgiving day, in the company of their father, John Skelton, who's since been charged with parental kidnapping in the disappearance of the his three young sons. Authorities hold out little hope that the boys will be found alive.

Today, Skelton waved his right to a preliminary examination to the parental kidnapping charges that he faces.

Indiana NewsCenter's Max Resnik, whose been reporting on the case of the missing boys and tracking the case against John Skelton, has details of the latest developments.

Watch his report.




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