A 5-year-old Native American boy at the center of controversy for more than a year will remain with his Coshocton County foster family, for now.
Last week, the Ohio Court of Appeals reversed an earlier juvenile court ruling that would have sent the preschooler 2,000 miles from his home to a reservation in Arizona. The ruling stated the juvenile court should not have granted custody without first conducting a full evidentiary hearing taking into account the best interest of the child.
Read the full article at the Coshocton Tribune website.
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