Missing Boys' Father Waives Arraignment

By Scott Sarvay

January 5, 2011 Updated Jan 5, 2011 at 12:43 PM EST

MORENCI, Michigan (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - John Skelton, the man accused of kidnapping his three young boys, waived his right to an arraignment in Michigan Wednesday morning.

The three boys Tanner, Andrew and Alexander Skelton, all under the age of 10, have been missing since Thanksgiving 2010.

He's maintained he passed the boys off to an "organization."

The boys' mother, Tanya Skelton, believes her sons are still alive despite overwhelming fears that they might be dead.

Skelton is being held on a $30 million bond.

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