Published: Thu, October 12, 2017
World Media | By June Phelps

Family left toddler in corn maze, didn't realize until next morning

Family left toddler in corn maze, didn't realize until next morning

According to staff at the Crazy Corn Maze, the boy was emotional, but finally calmed down when a West Jordan officer put a movie on her laptop for the child, reports CBS affiliate KUTV.

The owner of the corn maze said the boy was scared and crying, and could not tell them much except how old he was, and the name of his brother and his cat.

The boy was visiting the maze in West Jordan on Monday, Oct. 9, with a large family group, but was left behind.

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It wasn't until Tuesday morning that the mother realized that her child went missing.

Monson says she later arrived at the police station with about 10 children.

Around 8 p.m., employees at the Crazy Corn Maze in West Jordan, Utah, told guests they had found a missing child, but no one stepped forward to claim the boy.

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Officials said the child and his family live in a home shared with other families.

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

"It became evident that they were not in the maze, so we just kept waiting and hoping that the parents would realize that they left the child", Schmidt said.

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Police sent the mother to DCFS, who said she would need to be questioned before they returned her child to her.

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