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Sunday, July 27, 2014

The Sunday open line

Posted By on Sun, Jul 27, 2014 at 4:58 PM

Here's an open line. A missing man and his son occupy authorities in Yell County and the FBI.

* STILL MISSING: A lot of pieces missing from this story, but authorities say a woman is in custody while authorities search for her husband and their 10-month-old child. The family is from Greenwood. They've been searching for the two since Friday. They'd broken down for a time at Blue Mountain Lake, but the truck apparently got moving again. The woman has been charged with hindering prosecution and endangering a minor, but specifics of those charges haven't been released

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