The stepmother of 11-year-old Colorado boy Gannon Stauch who has been missing for two weeks has broken her silence to defend herself from public accusations that she had something to do with her stepson’s disappearance Letecia Stauch released a lengthy statement to Fox 31 on Tuesday night, detailing the events of January 27 when her stepson was last seen with her, and claiming that the boy was, in fact, in her truck when they returned home that afternoon, contrary to what was purportedly seen in a neighbor’s leaked surveillance video. Letecia, who is married to Gannon’s father, Albert Stauch, claimed that she last saw her stepson between 3.15pm and 4pm on January 27 as he headed to a friend’s house in Colorado Springs. Scroll down for video Letecia Stauch (left) has released a statement blaming a mystery ‘friend’ for the January 27 disappearance of her stepson, Gannon Stauch, 11 (right) According to a neighbor, Letecia Stauch (pictured) is seen getting into a truck then reversing into the driveway when her stepson, Gannon Stauch, gets into the backseat at 10.13am on January 27 The vehicle return at around 2.19pm and the video shows Letecia get out of the truck, purportedly without… Read full this story
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Stepmother who was the last person to see missing 11-year-old boy defends herself against online conspiracy theorists and insists she has proof she had nothing to do with his disappearance two weeks ago have 289 words, post on www.dailymail.co.uk at February 12, 2020. This is cached page on IT Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.