Claim: A boy named Kyron Horman is missing from his Portland, Oregon home.
Example: [Collected via e-mail, August 2012]
Origins: As noted on the web site of National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, Kyron Richard Horman, then seven years old, went missing from his Portland, Oregon, home back in June 2010:
The lawsuit was filed against Terri Horman by Kyron's biological mother, Desiree Young, asking the judge to order the stepmother to return Kyron or, if he's dead, say where his remains are located.
The lawsuit also seeks $10 million.
Terri Horman says in a brief that a criminal investigation is under way, and the civil suit should be stayed two years while it plays out.
Investigators have long focused on Terri Horman, although they have not named her as a suspect or filed criminal charges.
The lawsuit accuses her of kidnapping Kyron, by herself or with help.
The boy was reportedly last seen on the morning of
In less than a month, Kyron Horman will have been missing for five years. Supporters organized a car wash in Klamath Falls to raise money for the next search effort coming up in a few months.
This search will be number six, organized by family among others done by law enforcement agencies. June 4  will mark five years since he disappeared.
Family members hope fundraisers like this will put pressure on people they believe are connected to Kyron's disappearance.
Money raised from the car wash will go towards funding search and rescue teams as well as paying for Klaas Kids, a non-profit providing search and rescue teams for missing children.
Last updated: 18 May 2015
Leibowitz, Barry. "Kyron Horman's Stepmom Wants Delay in Lawsuit." CBSNews.com 25 July 2012.