Kyrons mother to sue Terri Horman
Boy has been missing almost two years
Desiree Young, the mother of Kyron Horman, is expected to announce Friday afternoon the filing of a civil lawsuit against Terri Horman, the missing boy's stepmother.
Young has scheduled a press conference with her lawyer, Eldon Rosenthal, on the front steps of the Multnomah County Justice Center at 1:30 p.m. No other details about the lawsuit were released by Friday morning.
Kyron has not been seen since June 4, 2010, when Terri reportedly brought him to school. He was 7 at the time.
Terri has separated from Kyron's father, Kaine Horman. Both Kaine and Desiree have publicly accused Terri Horman of being responsible for Kyron's disappearance, although no one has been arrested or even named a person of interest in the case. Terri Horman has not been charged with any crime in connection with Kryon's disappearance.
On Saturday, several runs to raise funds to help continue the search for Kyron will be held in Tigard's Cook Park. It costs $5 to $35 to participate, and children can run for free. The first run starts at 8 a.m.