A family in Minnesota was very frightened on Thursday when they realized that their two-year-old son could not be found just to find out that the young researcher had left his home on a toy tractor, ending
The Fearless Youth, Kenneth Alan travels blistering one mile per hour to his toy John Deer, attracted by the sounds and lights of the Chisago Fair in Rash.
Afraid of Kenneth's life and uncertainty about her whereabouts, Mother Lynn told Fox 9 that she called 911, and Cisco's Jason Foster, sergeant, was assigned to the case.
19659003] "I and my partner gathered in the area and we're sure he was on his little John Deere battery tractor," Foster told the news.
A post on Facebook from the State of Chargao. They add that the child is easy to spot because of its bright red hair.
The post adds that Kenneth "has reunited with his father who immediately terminated his son's license by removing the battery from him."
to see it, but the first thing I did was pull the hood, pull out his battery, and say you're grounded, "Father Christopher Allen told Fox 9.
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Despite the discipline, Alan understands that the children will be children and says he is not crazy about his little Magellan. Kenneth's managing privileges were interrupted for only a week.
"I do not think I have to worry about going down the streets in the city for a week," Foster said.
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When young Kenneth returns his tractor, his father plans to impose a very clear rule: "Next time, stay in the yard."