Police said they went to the Fowler home in Penn Hills on June 20 at the request of the Allegheny County Office of Kid, Youth and Households and removed 4 children. However the agency called police back July 6 to tell them there must have been six kids there.She stated she offered the twins for $2,000 each, however withdrawed that insurance claim in a cops interview last month after being informed that would be unlawful, Penn Hills police Chief Howard Burton said.At the time, being that I have a learning disability, its like a lot of concerns they’re asking me and I didn’t comprehend, Fowler stated. It’s like 3 of them asking me the exact same concern, and like questioning me, and I feel like that was the issue when I was available in. I didn’t understand what to, and I knew for a truth I didn’t offer my kids and they’re not missing.Fowler first told cops the twins were being cared for by a South Carolina woman, however when police contacted that lady she told them she never ever saw the missing children, doesn’t know their names, and had no idea that Fowler had twin kids, according to a criminal complaint.Police have actually because spoken with other family members and the twins daddy, who

told them Fowler had actually told him the twins were dealing with an aunt in South Carolina.Police likewise called the National Center for Missing out on and Exploited Children and examined records in Pennsylvania and other states. They might not find any record of the children ever being registered in school.I had contact with them throughout the years, Fowler said. For many years, I have actually had contact with them however they have actually moved. Its like I don’t have no

info about the move and after that I provide the cops the number, and its up to them, and they got ta call and get all the details from this friend.Fowlers 18-year-old child, Datwon, likewise spoke with Pittsburghs Action News 4. He said hes been calling Ivon on social networks lately. He even said Ivon remained in Pittsburgh Wednesday, however was

taking a bus back to Georgia. Brennan was given a contact number to call Ivon, but it just goes to voicemail.Late Wednesday night, Penn Hills cops said they had short contact with an individual on that number who identified themselves as Ivon.

The contact was made from the same phone number Fowler offered police in the investigation. Cops have actually not been able to validate the identity of the individual who got in touch with them.Penn Hills detectives stated there is a possible identifier for Ivon, if he is situatedlies. It’s likely he has scarring from a dreadful burn he got when he was 2. He had 2nd -and third-degree burns to 46 percent of his body, including his face and hands.

Fowler asserted the burns came from the bathtub.She was never ever charged in the incident.Watch Pittsburghs Action News 4 at 11 pm for Kelly Brennans full story with Patricia Fowler.