GREAT NEWS! BRYAN WAS RELEASED ON O.R. AND SARAH TOOK HIM HOME YESTERDAY!
Luckily he was not turned over to Santa Clara on the rather obsolete custody charges, but he still has bench warrants, and an arm cast holding the dozens of broken bones together, though they were never secured. He needs $4,000 more to address those charges and obtain custody of Faith, who is still in foster as she refuses to return to her "bio-mom."
Bryan is a nurturing and loving father of five who shares custody of two children with their mom. His 13 year old daughter Faith ran away from the mom to escape constant emotional abuse, and Bryan and Sarah naturally took her in. This resulted in a warrant for his arrest.
In July, 2017 their mom falsely reported to police that Bryan had ABDUCTED Faith and has access to guns. This report resulted in Bryan getting approached by four officers while walking into WalMart on January 28, 2018. They mistakenly thought the toddler in his arms was Faith. Bryan heard, “Give me the baby, give me the baby!” and instinctively pulled 3 year old Grace close to him then the officer ripped her out of his arms, traumatizing her deeply.
In the next instant another officer pulled his left arm behind his back and up to his head which broke his arm into 50 fragments. He was charged with resisting/obstructing an officer and pled to a 45-day jail sentence. His arm has not been operated on but he is HOME (released 2/14) and resting!
Sarah and Bryan have a long mountain to climb to resolve this devastating and incredible situation. The FIRST priority is to hire an excellent lawyer who can get Bryan out of jail and into a place where he can heal and receive the nutritional and spiritual nourishment he needs to help his daughter. Once Bryan is out he will need to petition for custody of sweet, beautiful Faith who has been taken into the custody by CPS.
Bryan, Sarah and their entire family have faith that this will all work out in the end and we thank you for your support during this difficult time.