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Father Getting Out Of Jail, Plantation Teen Still Missing

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Father Getting Out Of Jail, Plantation Teen Still Missing

PLANTATION (CBSMiami) — It took only a moment to drop a $1 million bond down to $5,000.

Bruce Jorgensen is getting out of jail. He’s the father who kicked his son Aage — an American Heritage High school student — out of the car after an argument. The teen has not been seen since December 27th.

“When we’ve had, him he’s a good little boy. But he just likes to run away and hide,” said Francis Jorgensen, the teen’s grandmother.

His grandparents told CBS4’s Ted Scouten that while Aage is known to run away, they’re still concerned for his welfare.

“He’s wandering around, we don’t know where he is. Of course, we’re concerned,” she said.

Bruce Jorgensen’s attorney showed fliers and newspaper articles from previous incidents when his child left.

One reason bond was initially set at $1,000,000 is because prosecutors were afraid the father would flee. They said he had a one-way ticket to New Zealand.

His attorneys, however, say police just didn’t look hard enough — it was a round-trip ticket. They also say there’s evidence showing Bruce had no plans on leaving, nor anything to do with his son’s disappearance.

“We have a copy of the full range return ticket, a full year’s in school paid for in advance at American Heritage, at least, for a whole year an apartment. All his applications for college, he made for his kid,” said Glenn Roderman, Bruce’s attorney.

Roderman added that his client’s final destination was the Northern Mariana Islands and is also an attorney, who was under a judge’s order to appear in court.

Source: Father Getting Out Of Jail, Plantation Teen Still Missing « CBS Miami

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