Report: Dad of Huckleberry’s modern-day son passes lie detector test after son disappeared off the grid

Missing James Yoblonksi's father told local news that he passed a lie-detector test on Thursday. The 12-year-old may have fled his Wisconsin home to Devil's Lake State Park.

The father of a missing thirteen-year-old Wisconsin boy has told local media that he passed a Polygraph test.

William Yoblonski reported the disappearance of his son James Yoblonski to Sauk County authorities in June, stating that his son had fled the Reedsburg home overnight, possibly with a handgun.

William Yoblonski informed WKOW on Thursday that he passed the FBI lie detector test. A detective from the Sauk County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that Yoblonski had passed the lie-detector test.

Yoblonski said to WKOW, “Maybe this will relieve people.” “I did not have anything to do with the disappearance of my son.”



LIE DETECTOR TEST BY FBI ADMINISTRATORS TO FAMILY 13-YEAR OLD MISSING WISCONSIN GIRL WHO DIAPPEARED JUNE

(iStock – Sauk County Sheriff’s Office).

He said that although he was initially upset that investigators asked him to take the test, now that it has “proven” his innocence and that he “had nothing to do with this,” it is a small relief.

James took his father’s phone when he left, and it pinged on the western edge Devil’s Lake State Park in June . According to the sheriff’s department, detectives discovered a makeshift camp inside the park which they believe was used by the boy.



MODERN-DAY HUCKLEBERRY FINN VANISHES OFF-THE-GRID FOR OVER A MONTH

The family van of the Yoblonskis was also discovered unattended by authorities in Sumpter (Wisconsin), about 30 minutes south-east of Reedsburg. James’s research on how to leave the state was revealed by a cellphone search.

Since then, the FBI joined the search to find the missing child.

Map for Devil’s Lake State Park. (Mobile users, go to here )

William Yoblonski offers a reward of $100,000 for information that leads to the location of his son.

The June K9 search at Devil’s Lake State Park in which James was reportedly planning to live off-grid, turned up no significant evidence.




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There are hundreds of camping sites and only a few showers, toilets and outhouses. There are dozens of drinking water taps located throughout the park.

The Sauk County Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone with information about James’ location to contact them at 608-355-4195.


This report was contributed by The Associated Press.

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