MORENCI, Mich. — It’s been two years since 3 brothers from Morenci, Michigan disappeared and now, friends and family are holding an event to make sure to they’re not forgotten.
On November 25, supporters will gather at Wakefield Park, where three trees have been planted in honor of Andrew, Alexander and Tanner Skelton. During the event, organizers will unveil a memorial plaque and are also hoping to reveal age-progession photos of the boys in hopes of finally finding where they are.
You may remember the brothers were last seen with their father, John Skelton on Thanksgiving 2010. Their mother, who had custody, allowed John to visit with the boys but he never brought them back. Skelton claims he gave them to an organization to protect them, but police have never been able to verify whether or not the group exists. They’re now investigating the case as a homicide.
Skelton is currently is prison serving up to 15-years for unlawful imprisonment in the case.