Who is Jake Gliddon? Is Cleo Smith Stepfather Arrested, Found Guilty or Not? Explained: It has been stated by the police that Western Australia is trying to determine if there were more than one person who was involved in the alleged abduction of Cleo Smith, the four-year-old has been allegedly taken from the family tent while they were camping at Quobba Blowholes which is 75 KM north of Carnarvon, he died on 16th October. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Who is Jake Gliddon?
Cleo has been missing for 18 days now until she was rescued by the police from a locked room in a house which is in the West Australian town, Terence Darrell Kelly has been charged with abducting her, he is in a maximum-security prison in Perth until his next appearance in the court which is going to take place in the month of December.
Kelly is at the age of 36, he was arrested about an hour before Cleo was found and he has since been charged with numerous offenses which include one count of forcibly taking a child who is under 16, Cameron Blaine who is the Detective Sergeant, he was one of the officers who found Cleo, he stated on Monday that the investigation was going well but there was more work for them to do.
He stated, their focus for this week is for us to ascertain whether there is going to be anyone else who is going to be involved, that is why they are still there, he told this to the reporters in Carnarvon, he further stated, they just asked if there was anyone that had any contact with Kelly or whether someone saw him around.
Cleo Smith Stepfather Arrested?
She was found alive and well just before 1:00 am on 3rd November after three detectives forced their way into a property which was not far from her family home, one of the officers picked her up in the arms and asked, “what is your name?” to which she replied that her name is Cleo.
Police spent their sixth day at the home where Cleo was found as they were combing through the evidence for one of the biggest investigations in the history of WA, the case was cracked by a task force of more than 100 and WA Police Commissioner Chris Dawson who has praised all of the people who were involved with the immense pride.
There are going to be further revelations in the story in the coming days and weeks and we are going to be on our toes to provide you with further information as soon as something comes under our radar.