February 27, 2013
Mason County Sheriff’s Office deputies Mike Hanson and Derrek Wilson testified Tuesday morning, the second day of the trial of Mark McCallum, who is charged with parental kidnapping.
Hanson testified about talking to McCallum’s now ex-wife Sharon Kludy and the search for their two young children who were later found with their father in Key West, Florida.
Wilson testified about searching the couple’s Hamlin Township home, where Mark had been residing prior to his arrest in Florida.
On Monday, the jury was seated and Kludy testified, answering questions from Mason County Prosecuting Attorney Paul Spaniola.
McCallum is representing himself.
Later in the day a Department of Human Services employee testified about allegations Mark McCallum made that his wife had been abusing the children, saying the department made no determination of abuse.
The jury is done for the day.
Mark McCallum made a motion to dismiss the case, but 51st Circuit Court Judge Richard Cooper denied it.
McCallum’s argument included stating his wife knows one of the deputies and that he turned the rest of law enforcement against him.
“I’m not a crazy person,” McCallum told the court.
More witnesses will be called Wednesday.
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