Holmseth and the Petitioner never personally met but had a well documented media relationship involving the exchange of information about the missing child case.
The Petitioner told Holmseth she was a member of the Ha Leigh Task Force and was coordinating leads with detectives.
For a police department with only two full-time officers, Anderson said the help of outside agencies has been crucial."You certainly don't expect this in a small town," Anderson said of the case.
Rodney Hajicek at the East Grand Forks Police Department in Minnesota, revealed Harris and Hajicek were secretly communicating using their private email accounts.
His parents had left him in the care of Bonacci-Koski, who had babysat before, Pam Swanson said.
The Breitung Police Department, which is handling the case, was still investigating the timeline and trying to determine how long the boy was left alone, Chief Jesse Anderson said Thursday evening."That's part of what we're still trying to figure out," he said.
Holmseth learned from Sheffield’s advocate, Wayanne Kruger, the protégé of Attorney Gloria Allred, that the Petitioner had been working for decades with CIA operative John Regan to traffic stolen children and infants through the U. On August 24, 2017 the Broward Court issued a Bench Warrant for Holmseth.
The Minnesota case is scheduled for December 13, 2017 at the Polk County Justice Center in Crookston, Minnesota.