Inside the Disappearance of Summer Wells, Oakley Carlson and Michael Vaughan as children continue to disappear across America

The FAMILY of three missing children is desperate for answers as children continue to disappear across America.

The disappearances of Summer Wells, Oakley Carlson and Michael Vaughan have confused law enforcement with no clues as to where the young children might be.

Police began searching for Oakley Carlson on Monday following advice from a concerned citizen

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Police began searching for Oakley Carlson on Monday following advice from a concerned citizen
The family last saw Summer Wells on June 15 outside their home

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The family last saw Summer Wells on June 15 outside their homeCredit: Facebook / Donald Wells
Family says Michael Vaughan wandered out of home on July 27

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Family says Michael Vaughan wandered out of home on July 27Credit: Fruitland Police Department courtesy

OAKLEY CARLSON VANISHES

Authorities searched Oakley Carlson since Monday, when a tip from a concerned resident led to a welfare check for the young girl.

Her parents, Jordan Bowers and Andrew Carlson, were sent to jail on suspicion of manslaughter after they reported no explanation for where their daughter was.

Few the mysteries surrounding Oakley’s disappeared, including when she disappeared from their home in Oakville, Washington.

“The exact date the child was last seen has not been verified,” said a statement from the Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Office.

A fire at the family property in November that went unreported to local authorities also sparked alarm among Oakley’s former adoptive parents, who were begging for the girl’s safe return.

“If no one saw her, what might have happened to her? Was it the fire? Was it something else?” Jamie Jo Hiles said.

Sheriff Brad Johansson said it was “unusual” for the fire department not to be called.

Neighbors said they hadn’t seen Oakley “for quite a while” and her parents remained uncooperative about where she was, according to the sheriff’s office.

Anyone who has seen Oakley in the past year or has information about her welfare is asked to call detectives at 360-533-8765.

WELLS SUMMER ‘

Summer Moon-Utah Wells was last seen on June 15 outside her family home in Rogersville, Tennessee.

Her mother, Candus Bly, said Summer went down to the basement to play with toys after planting flowers in the front yard with her grandmother and Bly.

When Bly went to check on her daughter Later that evening, she said she found the basement empty and the door unlocked.

A neighbor described heard a “scream” about 30 minutes before they started helping find Summer.

Police said there was no evidence in the case and detectives found no evidence that Summer was abducted, which her parents believe was the cause of her disappearance.

Family Share photo This week, what Summer might look like “in disguise” as the search for her continues.

Anyone with information about Summer, 3 feet tall and 40 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes, is asked to call 1-800-TBI-FIND.

SEARCH FOR MICHAEL VAUGHAN

The mother of 5-year-old Michael Vaughan made a public plea on Wednesday as the family neared the end of five months since they last saw the boy.

“I don’t even think hell is the right word,” said his mother, Brandi Neal NewsNation.

She left for work on July 27, when her son wandered from Fruitland, Idaho, to their home, likely through the garage.

Neal said Michael, whom she lovingly calls “Monkey,” visited at least three neighbors to find playmates while her husband was in the house with their two-year-old daughter getting ready for dinner.

Michael remains missing despite help from the FBI and searches by the Fruitland Police Department that span more than 3,000 acres.

The sheriff said they believe the boy may have been abducted, but they have not ruled out any possibility when the boy is missing.

As they continued to search for the toddler, police asked the public for help with two leads.

Police are trying to identify the driver of the white Honda Pilot that was seen leaving the area around 6:47 p.m. the day Michael disappeared.

They also wanted to locate a man with dark hair seen in the back of the neighborhood.

Neal said she fears someone may have been spying on her family, though she still hopes the blonde, blue-eyed boy will be found.

“I know in my heart he’s alive,” Neal said. “I know he’s there. And I know he’s coming home.”

Anyone with any information about Michael, who is 3 feet, 7 inches and weighs 50 pounds, is urged to contact police at 208-642-6006 or findmichael@fruitland.org.

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