Tanner told authorities
The case got new life last summer, gucci bags when Tanner took the boy to the hospital for some kind of leg injury. She could not provide his name or Social Security number, which raised doubts among the hospital staff, who contacted child welfare investigators. Tanner told authorities different stories about gucci handbags 2012 the child: He went by different names and she had been asked to keep him for an extended period of time for a woman that she had met in a park. She told investigators she did not know the women's last name and had only been given a cellphone to contact her but that the number had since been disconnected, Cunningham said. In January, sheriff's deputies began investigating the matter as a missing child's case. Neither Child Protective Services nor law enforcement knew about the 2004 Houston kidnapping case because the boy had been removed from a national database of missing black gucci belt children. Caseworkers kept digging and told police on March 7 that Tanner's older child may have been reported missing in Houston years earlier. On Monday, officers arrested Tanner, who admitted she was keeping the boy "off the radar" by not sending him to school. Authorities located Miguel a day later, when Tanner's sister called to say she had seen reports of the arrest and offered to turn over the boy, whom she believed was her sister's stepchild, Cunningham said. Tanner was expected to appear in court next week. She does not yet gucci handbags have an attorney, and jailers were not making her available for interviews. Miguel's mother, a stock clerk at a clothing store, has not seen a recent photo of the boy and does not know for sure when she will be permitted to see him. She plans to get a lawyer to pursue legal action against Tanner.