Child left behind at Utah corn maze

Corn maze file

Corn maze file

A family left their 3-year-old boy at a corn maze in West Jordan, Utah and did not notice he was missing until the next morning.

West Jordan Police Sgt. Joe Monson said authorities received a call from the mother about 7:45 a.m. Tuesday, anxious she had left her son in the maze overnight. It wasn't until the next morning when a woman called police saying she could not find her son and feared he was left at the corn maze.

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Monson says the boy was cold and frightened but unhurt when a Good Samaritan found him at the maze Monday evening and brought him to staff there.

Investigators went to the house and said several families live there together with multiple children.

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After closing, the officer turned the child over to the Department of Child and Family Services.

Then, Schmidt said, an off-duty West Jordan police officer who was working at the maze took the boy to her patrol auto, gave him a teddy bear and put "Finding Dory" on her laptop for him to watch. Once they found the child, they then tried to locate his parents, but no one came forward.

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No citations or charges have been filed as of yet, according WJPD Sgt. Monson, but the case is still being investigated. Nor did they notice his absence at bedtime, or overnight.

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