Missing: 78 children from Oklahoma Department of Human Services custody


Randy Ellis
NewsOK.com
August 13, 2013

Seventy-eight children in custody of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services are missing.

Thirty-eight of them have been missing for more than three months.

“That is ridiculous,” said Michelle Zettee, of Midwest City, a former volunteer with the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program. “There needs to be some accountability here … When DHS has a child removed from his or her parents — especially when the reason for the removal stems from allegations of neglect rather than abuse — I feel that DHS should have as much responsibility to provide adequate supervision and ensure the child’s safety as they are attempting to require from the child’s parents.”

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