CROMWELL, Okla. (KFOR) – Investigators say a 2-year-old girl from Cromwell, Oaklee Snow, hasn’t been seen for nearly seven weeks.
“I wouldn’t wish this on my worst enemy,” said Zack Snow, Oaklee’s father. “I’ve been on my phone day in, day out. I mean, you know, contacting and trying to find somebody that might know where she’s at.”
According to Seminole County investigator J.T. Palmer, the toddler’s mother, Madison Marshall, left Cromwell with Oaklee and her and Snow’s 7-month-old son, Coleton, and eventually took off to Indiana with her ex-boyfriend Roan Waters. This happened around Jan. 19.
“They were with their mother,” said Palmer. “She has custody. There is no court orders and there was no proof that they were in danger.”
Palmer says according to authorities in Indianapolis, on Feb. 9, witnesses saw Oaklee being carried out of what he was told was a “crack house.”
“They described it as she was either asleep or unconscious. She wasn’t moving,” said Palmer. “She was wrapped in a blanket.”
Marshall allegedly said Oaklee was hurt and needed to go to a hospital, which is where she claimed she was taking her.
However, that doesn’t appear to be the case.
“We have no knowledge of where she’s at, we just know that she did not make it to the hospital that night,” said Palmer.
“No hospitals had any record of Oaklee ever being turned in,” added April Kelley, a close family friend.
Meanwhile, Palmer said Coleton was abandoned on the house’s couch. Thanks to someone there calling authorities, the 7-month-old was picked up by CPS and is now in Snow’s custody.
On Feb. 27, Roan Waters was arrested at a Colorado motel. Authorities there told KFOR his mugshot cannot be released yet because of the ongoing investigation.
“He was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Okfuskee County that was not connected to this case,” said Palmer.
Just last week, Marshall was arrested in Harnett County, North Carolina for child abandonment.
However, there still hasn’t been any sign of Oaklee. Palmer says the Indianapolis Police Department is currently investigating where she may be.
“We are keeping our hopes alive that she comes home to us safe and sound,” said Kelley.
Oaklee stands about 2 feet tall, weighs about 40 pounds and has blonde hair and blue eyes.
Anyone who knows anything is asked to contact the Indianapolis Police Department or the Seminole Police Department.