Sheriff: Parents didn't report boy missing for a decade
(CNN) -- Authorities in Kansas are looking for a boy who disappeared about a decade ago, but was not reported missing until a few weeks ago.
Adam Herrman has not been seen since 1999, when he was 11 or 12.
"We don't know what happened to Adam Herrman past '99, when he was last seen," Butler County Sheriff Craig Murphy said at a news conference in El Dorado.
"Is he alive, is he dead? That one I can't answer because we don't know," he added.
Adam was 11 or 12 when he was last seen, Murphy said. At the time, he was living in a mobile home park in Towanda, a small town in southern Kansas, with his adoptive parents, Doug and Valerie Herrman. The couple did not report him missing, Murphy said.
File this report under...what the heck??
This is sad...there is far more to this story, and I expect that after some investigation the truth will be revealed.
Anyone who does not report thier child missing (even if they are adopted) has something to hide, bottom line.
But what is it they are hiding?
They either know what happened, or where he is, or both.
I can't wait for the rest of this story...