Nearly 30 children have gone missing in Cleveland and some of them were from Cincinnati but they were last seen in Cleveland. In the first two weeks of May they had an “extraordinary” surge of disappearances in the area, officials said.
Cleveland police said 27 kids have been reported missing between May 2 and May 16, as Newburgh Heights Police Chief John Majoy warns that the disappearances have reached unprecedented levels in 2023.
“There’s always peaks and valleys with missing persons, but this year it seems like an extraordinary year,” Majoy, who serves as the board president of the Cleveland Missing nonprofit group, told Fox News.
“For some reason, in 2023, we’ve seen a lot more than we normally see, which is troubling in part because we don’t know what’s going on with some of these kids, whether they’re being trafficked or whether they’re involved in gang activity or drugs.”
This case of missing children got even more complicated because a woman who identified herself with a legitimate-looking CPS badge tried to kidnap a little boy who was driving his bicycle in front of his house.
It was all caught on video:
What happens next is just insane this woman is now free on bond but can still roam our streets!
The Norwood woman was given three bonds in two days after she was accused of trying to lure a 4-year-old boy from his home and lying about her identity to his parents over the weekend.
Lisa Nacrelli, 44, was back in court Wednesday, just 24 hours after she faced Hamilton County Judge Tyrone Yates for a child enticement charge.
Yates set Nacrelli’s bond at 10% of $10,000, or $1,000 cash, and ordered her to have no alcohol or drugs, stay away from the boy’s street and wear an electronic monitoring device.
Nacrelli was arrested after a Norwood family said she tried to get their son to come home with her. But she is now out!
The boy’s mother, Jamie Spradlin, told WCPO that after Nacrelli spoke with her son while he was playing in front of the house, she then identified herself as a worker with Child Protective Services.
The judge let her go, and no prosecutor decided to connect the missing children with this woman who is probably part of a bigger organization that kidnaps children!
To combat the surge of disappearances in Cleveland and other areas in northern Ohio, US Marshals launched “Operation We Will Find You” in may to recover 35 missing children.
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