In the state of Tennessee and throughout the country, child custody cases stem from a variety of underlying issues, ranging from divorce to abduction. Recently, an 18-year-old youth was taken into custody for interfering with child custody in Jackson County, Florida, after it was revealed that he took a 15-year-old girl from a fireworks display to a bowling alley without her parent's permission.
Officers at the Sheriff's station said that they were informed of a runaway teenager through a phone call. After they received information about the 15-year-old girl who was seen at the bowling alley, deputies arrived at the bowling alley and found the girl. She had reportedly run away from a fireworks event in a neighboring county.