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Home  |  News  |  Zinah Jennings, Mom of Amir Jennings, Indicted by Grand Jury

Zinah Jennings, Mom of Amir Jennings, Indicted by Grand Jury
Friday, May 11, 2012

Columbia, SC (WLTX) - A grand jury indicted the mother of a missing Columbia toddler Thursday afternoon.

Zinah Jennings now faces a charge of unlawful conduct toward a child.

Zinah Jenning's son, Amir Jennings, was last seen around Thanksgiving. Columbia police have said Zinah Jennings has been uncooperative.

Since the disappearance became public, officers have received plenty of leads, but none that have provided the clues necessary to find the child.

Zinah Jennings herself was listed as missing for a time, but she resurfaced after a car accident in late December. Investigators have since pursued leads in other states, including the Atlanta area.

Police questioned her several times, and a warrant was issued for Zinah on December 29th on a charge of unlawful conduct towards a child.

Source: http://www.wltx.com/news/article/187036/2/Mother-of-Missing-Toddler-Indicted-by-Grand-Jury-

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