As many Illinois residents know, a divorce that involves a child custody case is rarely easy for any party involved. It can be challenging for the child involved to see his or her mother and father splitting up and not getting along with one another. However, with the intervention of the police and a church service being interrupted, a recent child custody case got even more complicated.
The event transpired on a recent Wednesday in an out-of-state church during a service. According to local police, investigators had served a court order that would reunite a member of the congregation, a 13-year-old girl, with her father. However, just as in some divorce proceedings, not everything went as expected.