11-year-old boy missing for 12-years was never reported by family

A hearing has been set for the case of missing Adam Herrman to present evidence that his adopted parents never reported him missing so they could collect state subsidies.

Adam Herrman, 11, ran away from his home in Towanda, Kansas in 1999, according to his adopted parents Doug and Valerie Herrman. CBS affiliate KWCH reported that the Herrmans listed Adam as one of their dependents in 2002.
A preliminary hearing is set for February 22 for the prosecution to make their case against the Herrman;s, who collected $52,800 from May 1999 to July 2005 by claiming Adam as a dependent.

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