Investigation Stalled, Still No Word From Shelbyville Mom
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Investigators are still trying to talk to Torry Hansen, the Shelbyville woman who's sparked an international firestorm over after returning her adopted son to a Russian orphanage.
Until Tuesday afternoon there's been no activity around Hansen's home.
Two men drove up to her house, picking up an Easter basket and cards that have been there for days.
They did the same thing at her mother's house, but refused to say a word about the Hansens' whereabouts.
The district attorney is still waiting for investigators to get a hold of the Hansens. They also said they are arranging to talk with the 7-year-old child who claims he was abused by his adoptive mother.
The boy is in Moscow.
Earlier in the week local officials alluded to the possibility of Virginia prosecutors pressing charges against Hansen for dropping the child off at Dulles airport.
On Tuesday, a prosecutor there said he's not pursuing charges, although he calls Hansen's conduct "troubling."