Family Who Went Missing From Fremont, Michigan Has Been Found
The Fremont family that went missing a week ago has been found safe in Wisconsin but the story leaves more questions than answers.
Bizarre Story Then Fremont Family Goes Missing
What seems like a normal peaceful family in Fremont, Michigan quickly became a story that left many scratching their heads, including the police.
Fremont Police Chief Tim Rodwell said that they received an odd phone call just after midnight on October 16 from the family's father, Anthony Cirigliano, where he said, "I need some police protection immediately. It is of vital national interest. It is related to September 11, and people want to erase me from the face of the Earth."
The Fremont police pay the Cirigliano family a visit. Interview the father, mother, and two boys and everyone seems fine and not under any stress or duress. Just a strange story that people are after the family and they need protection.
That is a strange thing for someone to say and then the family suddenly disappears a few hours later.
Fremont Family Has Been Found
The Cirigliano family left their home without telling anyone leaving behind Suzette Cirigliano's mother who has dementia and the family pets. Suzette's mother was found roaming the neighborhood and is now under the care of other family members.
The family was spotted in the Upper Peninsula at a gas station where they were captured on surveillance cameras purchasing fuel and food.
According to WOOD, the Cirigliano family was located Sunday in Steve in Steven's Point, Wisconsin. The family was interviewed again and said they still feel people are after them.
Fremont Family Case Closed?
Police in Fremont say the case is closed but is it? I find it odd that none of the answers to the questions that were asked to the family were made public. Maybe it's for privacy reasons but it sure seems to create more questions than answers.
It seems there should be an explanation of why the father, Anthony Cirigliano, would claim he has information regarding the 911 attacks and that someone is after him and his family. Then leaving his mother-in-law who needs care behind along with pets, is that not some sort of crime right there?
I'm also curious what the officers in Wisconsin asked the Cirigliano family and what their responses were to the questions. Has locating the family put them in further danger or is the father having some mental issues that need to be looked into? Regardless, the family is still on the move and no word on where they will travel next or if they will return to Fremont at some point.