SUSSEX COUNTY, NJ – “Where are Jaxon and Parker? Please look at these little boys,” Nancy Grace pleaded with audiences in last night’s broadcast.
Sandra (Sandye) Hughes Dohm appeared on Grace’s show on March 17 to speak about her missing boys, Parker and Jaxon Dohm of Hopatcong, who were abducted by their father, Kristopher Dohm, Hughes Dohm’s ex-husband, in February.
On Monday, Feb. 9 the boys were supposed to be returned home to her, Hughes Dohm told Grace. She gave Kristopher Dohm permission on Thursday, Feb 5 to take the boys on a visit to his family in Nevada. Dohm explained to Hughes Dohm that his father was ill and requested that the boys be able to see them. As it turns out, Dohm’s father was not ill and he never took the flight as he told Hughes Dohm he would. Instead, he took flight with their sons. However, Hughes Dohm was unaware they were missing as she waited for their plane to land on Feb. 9. She monitored the flight information from home, because the flight was delayed due to bad weather. Afterward she waited for Dohm to return with their son’s while attempting to call Dohm’s number repeatedly. Dohm’s number landed directly into his voicemail box as if the phone was shut off. After four hours, she proceeded to his apartment only to learn the trio was not there, and then proceeded to notify police.
Grace was so moved with Hughes Dohm’s account, she covered her mouth during the broadcast, later uttering another plea to viewers as her voice cracked, “Her boys are missing and we need you to help us find them. It’s Parker age 8 and Jaxon age 7. They were supposed to go on a trip to Nevada with their dad. They never made it there.”
Click here for the video from Grace’s broadcast.
Dohm’s 2009 grey Nissan Pathfinder was spotted on surveillance cameras at the Ft. McHenry Tunnel in the Baltimore area on Mar. 6, as he was travelling south on Interstate 95 with the children. Dohm has interchangeably used several New Jersey license plates, K15DXS, ZKL24F and S17CKV. Dohm reportedly has medical issues, as well as son Parker who is asthmatic.
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Anyone with any information about the children should immediately contact the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1(800) THE-LOST.