NOT CHARGED | CUSTODIAL INTERFERENCE NOT CHARGED – State v. Mr. P. (DMC No. 7390) (Glendale Police Department Investigated): Mr. P.’s goddaughter had a friend who he had met before. She claimed she was 17 years old, was about to turn 18 and needed to borrow money to take a flight to Pennsylvania to visit her father. Mr. P. was under the impression that she had permission and was also under her father’s custody. It turned out she was only 16, had run away from her mother and did not have permission to travel. Because Mr. P. did not get along with her mother, he was investigated for Custodial Interference. We were able to convince the police that even though he was friends with the girl’s father he was not intentionally trying to aid in her “escape” from her mother. No charges were filed.