Molalla police searching for endangered 1-year-old girl Found

UPDATE:   Mariah was found at a residence just outside Molalla on Hwy 213. She was taken into protective custody and was in fair condition but in need of some medical attention. She was later taken to a local hospital to be checked out.

The Molalla Police are still investigating this incident and no arrests have been made at this time.

Molalla police searching for endangered 1-year-old girl: Molalla police searching for

endangered 1-year-old girl.

Mariah Nichols who is 14 months old was awarded to the state because she is considered endangered and in need of medical attention, but her parents took her before the state could take her into custody.

Damien Nichols and Dusty Ann Willman were visited by a child welfare worker who became concerned about the sores on Mariah’s face.  Damien and Dusty were suppose to meet the DHS employee at the hospital but they never showed up. They were last seen on the 500 block of Ridings Avenue in Molalla, Oregon.
Police believe Mariah’s parents are hiding her somewhere, they said.

Damien Nichols’ cousin, told FOX 12 on Friday that Damien took his daughter to the hospital on Sunday because she was running a temperature and teething really bad.

If you see them please contact the police.

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