Emails shed light on Horman split.

PORTLAND, Ore. — E-mails written by Terri Horman and obtained by FOX 12 give insight into her reaction the day her husband moved out of the family’s northwest Portland home with their daughter. Horman — the stepmother of missing 7-year-old Kyron Horman — wrote an e-mail June 26 accusing her husband of illegally taking the toddler. “OK, I love you but this is ridiculous. What you are doing is parental child abduction and is illegal. I need to know where my daughter is and if she is safe. You were really upset with me when you left. What is it that I/we need to do to reconcile this? I don’t want to call 911 but I need a resolution please. If I don’t hear from you in an hour I will call 911,” Terri Horman wrote to Kaine Horman. About an hour later, Terri Horman e-mailed a friend and said she called 911 but was directed to a non-emergency dispatcher. “Guess what? Since we are married we have joint custody and he can do that. Gee, too bad I didn’t know that,” she wrote. There were two 911 calls placed from the family’s home that day. One was classified as a custodial interference issue and other call was related to “threats being made to another person.” Police have not released the 911 calls to the public. Two days after the e-mails were sent, Kaine Horman obtained a restraining order against his wife on grounds that police gave him probable cause to believe she tried to hire someone to kill him and was involved in the boy’s disappearance. He filed for divorce the same day

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