A Minnesota sheriff says a mother who fled with her 13-year-old son last week to avoid cancer treatment for him has returned voluntarily and a warrant for her was lifted.
Attorney Tom Hagen, whose law office represents Daniel Hauser's
parents, said Daniel was being evaluated at a hospital in the Twin
Cities on Monday.
Brown County Sheriff Rich Hoffmann said Colleen Hauser and
Daniel arrived in New Ulm at 3 a.m. Monday by charter flight. The
sheriff did not say where they had been or whether Daniel received
medical treatment for his Hodgkin's lymphoma while they were gone.
Hoffmann says the arrest warrant was lifted because Colleen
Hauser returned voluntarily. He could not comment on whether there
would be charges against her.
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