Back in Vermont, Jenkins waits for word on their whereabouts, a break in the case — or both. Located in Lynchburg, Va. Send us ideas for follow-up stories. Eager to keep the girl away from Jenkins and what they consider a dangerous and immoral lifestyle, they liken their roles to that of underground helpers aiding runaway slaves. At a minimum, she appears to have had the support in the Mennonite community outside the capital of Managua. Want to know more? Miller may have gotten help from others drawn to her predicament for religious reasons.
For now, he and his wife and their four children are staying in Pennsylvania, with Huber.
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Now, what started as a custody battle over Isabella Miller-Jenkins has turned into a global manhunt, with indications that Mennonite pastors and other faith-based supporters may have helped hide the two in Nicaragua and are now coming to the aid of one who the FBI says helped Miller. Located in Lynchburg, Va. Intwo months before the judge ordered the custody change, Miller and the girl flew to Central America and took up residence for an unknown amount of time in Nicaragua before vanishing again. Back in Vermont, Jenkins waits for word on their whereabouts, a break in the case — or both. She broke up with her partner, Janet Jenkins, renounced homosexuality and became an evangelical Christian before disappearing in with the daughter she had with Jenkins. Bangor Historical Society names new director. Trump criticizes bipartisan border deal to avert another government shutdown.
Timo Miller, meanwhile, awaits trial on the abetting count, which could send him to prison for three years. For now, he and his wife and their four children are staying in Pennsylvania, with Huber. Janet Jenkins is not the government; she is a mother who is worried sick about her daughter. Miller, 42, is wanted by the FBI and Interpol, which recently requested the help of Nicaraguan police in the search. Richard Huber, of Myerstown, Pa.