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SC police: Mother won't tell them where son is
Police searching Southeast for missing SC toddler; mother charged with lying to investigators
By The Associated Press

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) ' It's unknown how long investigators would have gone without any information on a missing 18-month-old South Carolina boy if his mother hadn't crashed her car Christmas Eve.

Twenty-two-year-old Zinah Jennings and her son, Amir, were reported missing by the boy's grandmother, who hadn't seen either of them since Thanksgiving.

The mother didn't turn up until police responding to the single-vehicle accident learned she was listed as a missing person.



She's now in jail, charged with lying to authorities about where the boy is, prompting a search by local, state and federal authorities spanning the Carolinas, Georgia and beyond.

Columbia Police Chief Randy Scott says Jennings immediately began giving conflicting statements about where the boy was.


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