Parents blame each other in son’s disappearance

DURANGO — The parents of a missing 14-year-old boy are continuing to blame each other for the boy’s disappearance.

A three-month search has turned up no sign of Dylan Redwine, who disappeared in November during a court-ordered visit with his father in Vallecito, near Durango.

In appearances aired Tuesday on the “Dr. Phil Show,” Elaine Redwine said she believes her husband, Mark, had something to do with their son’s disappearance, while the husband reiterated his unsubstantiated but strong belief that his wife was involved.

Authorities said they still don’t know if there was a crime, an accident, or if the boy ran away. The boy lives in the Colorado Springs area with his mother and her boyfriend, but was in Vallecito for a court-ordered Thanksgiving break visit with his father.


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