After a bizarre T-shirt slogan and a disturbing 911 call, eerie details emerge in the Scottie Morris case
In the Scottie Morris case, eerie details have surfaced after the teen was ‘accidentally’ found before police arrived.
Indiana police conducted a frantic week-long search for 14-year-old Scottie, who disappeared March 16 from his home in the small town of Eaton, about 76 miles north of Indianapolis.
Clad in just a t-shirt, shorts and sneakers, Scottie ventured out into the cold night.
Eaton Indiana police announced Friday that the teenager had been found.
However, in a strange turn of events, it was revealed that he was found by his mother before the police showed up to place him in the custody of Child Protective Services.
On Friday, emergency workers arrived at an unspecified location on Hartford Street and Harris Street in Eaton to find Scottie with his mother Felicia, scanners show the Daily Mail.
Friday night’s audio explains how the 14-year-old was with his mother wearing the same clothes he was last seen in, including the t-shirt calling him a “liar”.
“I have him with mom. He is still wearing the same clothes that we had in the description,” the emergency scanner explains.
It’s unclear if Scottie was first spotted by volunteers, who then gave his location to authorities; However, Felicia was with her son before the police arrived.
It is not known who made the first call to 911 for a “welfare check” as audio sharing was blocked due to the ongoing investigation.
A spokesman for the Delaware County Emergency Communications Center said: “I spoke to the Eaton Police Chief and he has advised that we are unable to release this information at this time.
“This is an ongoing investigation and we are not releasing any further information.”
However, a spokesman for Deleware County’s Emergency Communications Center told The US Sun that no 911 call was made and that the officer was “located.” [Scottie] Walking while on patrol.”
Eaton Police Chief Jay Turner and his deputy Chris Liggett were both unavailable to provide clarity.
Eaton City Attorney John Brooke said Felicia found her son before the police because “Eaton is a very small town.”
He added: “Scottie’s mother was picking up his sister from work and saw Scottie standing on a street corner around the same time officers saw and picked him up.
“The investigation into his whereabouts for the time he went missing is beginning and ongoing.
“No one in his family is under investigation at this time as they are trying to get an idea of where he has been over the past few days.”
The police department issued a new update saying it had conducted interviews with two people interested in the case who have now been excluded from their investigation.
On Sunday, the department wrote: “Officials from the EPD and the Delaware County Sheriff’s Department conducted interviews for most of the day.
“Two people were brought in for questioning but have since been cleared of any involvement in the case.
“The Department of Child Services supports Scottie. The family continues to cooperate with all aspects of the investigation.”
Scottie’s parents were criticized by the public after the picture of their son in a white T-shirt with the words ‘liar’, ‘cheater’ and ‘I hurt my brother’ was published.
Eaton Police Chief Jay Turner said during a news conference that Scottie’s parents forced him to wear the shirt as punishment.
Police said Scottie left his home after getting into an argument with his family.
Chief Turner thought the shirt was an “unorthodox” form of discipline and said investigators were “investigating” it.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/7745541/eerie-details-scottie-morris-case-tshirt-slogan-911-call/ After a bizarre T-shirt slogan and a disturbing 911 call, eerie details emerge in the Scottie Morris case