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Little Rock police arrested a 25-year-old woman on suspicion of interference with custody and obstruction after she allegedly took her 2-year-old son from a Department of Human Services office while he was in DHS custody.

Police say the boy was taken in DHS custody in June, and that his mother, Lauren Fudail of Little Rock, could only have visits with him at the DHS office on Thursdays for two hours.

Police say Fudail came to the office Thursday afternoon and left with the boy. Police found the child unharmed at a home in southwest Little Rock and he was returned to DHS custody.


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  • LeonardH
    September 21, 2009 at 10:42 a.m.

    Does anything seem twisted and WRONG in the story above?

    Who REALLY is interfering with WHOSE custody?

    We encourage everybody to support the Parent's Rights Amendment.

    Leonard Henderson, co-founder
    American Family Rights Association
    "Until Every Child Comes Home" ©
    "The Voice of America's Families" ©