The foyer on the Hinckley Police Division is stuffed with presents for Tony, who was deserted on the Hope Memorial Gardens Cemetery on Wednesday.
HINCKLEY, Ohio — Whereas investigators strive to determine the main points of why a bit of boy was deserted in a Hinckley cemetery earlier this week, the group is ralling round younger Tony.
On Thursday morning, Hinckley Police Chief David Centner introduced on Fb that the kid, believed to be roughly three 1/2 years outdated, was doing properly “within the loving residence” of a Medina County foster household. Centner added that the daddy of Tony had been ‘very cooperative’ with investigators.
Centner invited anybody in the neighborhood who wished to purchase a gift to Tony to depart the presents on the Hinckley Police Division. The response was overwhelming.
“From all of us at HPD we wish to thank everybody on your kindness, ideas, prayers and overwhelming love,” Chief Centner wrote in a follow-up submit on Thursday night. “Our foyer is full from the presents which have been dropped off. I reached out to my pal Santa and tomorrow morning after he has completed his deliveries he’s going to cease at HPD. We’re going to load the sleigh and make one remaining cease to see a our little pal.”
Hinckley law enforcement officials responded to a name of a “little boy” discovered deserted at Hope Memorial Gardens Cemetery simply after midday on Wednesday.
A witness says she noticed a medium blue mid-sized automotive velocity off, leaving the little boy to run after the automotive adopted by a canine. The automotive left the cemetery and headed west on SR 303 heading in the direction of Brunswick.
The boy was taken into protecting custody and Medina County Youngsters Providers had been contacted. He advised officers his identify is “Tony.” The younger boy additionally advised officers his mother’s identify is “Katy” and his dad’s identify is “David.”