The stepmother of the missing Skyline elementary student Kyron Horman is striking back – four days after her estranged husband filed court documents implying she had something to do with Kyron's disappearance.
A team of nearly 60 searchers are scouring Sauvie Island again this weekend in the search for Kyron Horman. This is the second weekend in a row they have scoured this island north of downtown Portland.
Terri Horman, stepmother to missing 8-year-old Kyron Horman, was in court with her estranged husband, Kaine Horman, to hash out their divorce proceedings and other issues. KATU News reporters were in the courtroom and sent real-time dispatches.
Judge Keith Meisenheimer will hear Kaine Horman's motion questioning the source of money Terri Horman used to pay her lawyer, Stephen Houze, an amount he claims totals $350,000. KATU News reporter Dan tilkin is in the courtroom.
For the second day in a row more than 100 searchers combed an island north of Skyline School, making this the largest Kyron-related search in weeks as Monday marks exactly four months since Kyron disappeared.