Mother of missing girl arrested –

(NewsNation) — Police have arrested the mother and stepfather of 11-year-old Madalina Cojocari, who went missing in North Carolina.

mother of madalina cojocari told a school resource officer

at Bailey High School in Cornelius, North Carolina, that her daughter had gone missing on December 15. But Diana Cojocari admitted that she had not seen her daughter since November 23 when she went to bed.

School officials repeatedly attempted to contact Diana Cojocari regarding Madalina’s absences and requested a meeting with the mother and daughter. When Diana Cojocari appeared without Madalina, she told the school resource officer that the girl was not there.

Police and FBI investigators began searching for the missing girl, including a search for nearby Cornelius Lake.

On Saturday, the researchers they announced that they were going to arrest Diana Cojocari and Madalina’s stepfather, Christopher Palmiter, for failing to report a missing child. North Carolina Law requires parents to report a child missing within 24 hours.

The police said that Diana Cojocari had hindered the investigation and avoided reporting the disappearance of his daughter. Court documents revealed Diana Cojocari and Palmiter argued the night Madalina disappeared, with Diana Cojocari stating that she had avoided reporting her daughter missing because she feared it would cause conflict with Palmiter.

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