Toddler Jackson Judd Removed from the NCIC Endangered Child Database

SANDY –  Lt. Craig Watson, chief of detectives for Sandy Police Department, said today that the 18-month-old Jackson Judd, placed on the  National Computer Information Center database as possibly endangered and missing, has been recently removed from the NCIC listing.

Watson said that the mother decided the right thing to do was to give the child back to his father, delivered him to a relative who handed him over to the father, Darrin Judd.

Watson said that the details of the case “were screened and the District Attorney decided that it cannot charge the mother” who had custody of the child while he was alleged to be missing and endangered.

He added that civil matters between the parents are continuing.

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1 Comment

  • Kristin Schwiermann July 26, 2011 at 7:25 pm

    I hope she gets the book thrown at her……..in the end it will be up to God……What Jackson has been through…I have heard and seen ……He deserves alot more then her!

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