The mother of Dylan Redwine, the 13-year-old Colorado boy killed in 2012, said she knew all along that her ex-husband was responsible for their son’s death.
Mark Redwine, 55, was arrested Saturday in connection with Dylan’s murder. He faces second-degree murder and child abuse charges.
“I never had any doubt from day one, when Dylan went missing — I knew that Mark had something to do with it,” Elaine Hall told Fox 31 in Denver. “…In hindsight, in retrospect, I see many signs that should have triggered something.”
Redwine has long been a person of interest in his son’s death after the teen went missing during a court-ordered visit.
Redwine and Hall were going through an acrimonious divorce and bitter custody battle when Dylan disappeared. He and Dylan had a tense relationship and the boy didn’t even want to see his dad in Colorado when he was ordered to visit him, court documents show.