Justice Delayed? Mother Accused of Abducting Kayla Unbehaun Released on Bond in Kane County
In 2017, Heather Unbehaun was accused of abducting her own daughter, Kayla Unbehaun, who was just nine years old at the time of her disappearance. After a two-and-a-half-year search, Kayla was finally found and returned to her father. However, the road to justice has been a long and difficult one, as Heather Unbehaun was released on bond in Kane County on July 14, 2020.
The Attorneys Attempt to Delay Court Date and Default Judgement
Heather Unbehaun’s attorneys have been attempting to delay the court date for months now, hoping to gain more evidence and assert their client’s innocence. They even asked for a default judgement to be thrown out, stating that the judgement was made without proper notice. However, the Judge ruled against them, ensuring that the case could proceed.
The Alleged Kidnapping
Heather Unbehaun is accused of kidnapping her own daughter from her father in 2017, while he was at work. The two fled to Kentucky and were on the run for over two years. Heather was eventually caught and arrested, while Kayla was taken back to her father safely.
The investigation into Kayla’s disappearance lasted two and a half years. Authorities worked tirelessly to track down the mother-daughter duo, and eventually found them in a motel in Ohio. Kayla was returned to her father, while Heather faced charges of child abduction and more.
The Release on Bond
Despite being accused of kidnapping her own daughter, Heather Unbehaun was released on bond in Kane County on July 14, 2020. Her attorneys have been working hard to prove her innocence, and it seems that the court has granted her the opportunity to defend herself.
The Importance of Justice for Kayla
It’s important that justice is served in this case, not only for Kayla, but for her father and for others who may find themselves in similar situations. The alleged kidnapping was a traumatic experience for everyone involved, and it’s important that those responsible are held accountable for their actions.
The case of Heather Unbehaun, accused of abducting her own daughter Kayla, has been ongoing for over two years. Despite being released on bond in Kane County on July 14, 2020, Heather’s attorneys have been fighting to prove her innocence. It’s important that justice is served in this case, not only for Kayla, but for others who may find themselves in similar situations. #NEWS