MONTCLAIR, Calif. (AP) -- Prince Sagala desperately searched for
her son and daughter for 15 years. She feared she had lost them
forever to the estranged husband who took them to his native
Her fears were replaced by joy when she typed her daughter's
name into Facebook on a library computer and discovered that her
children, now 16 and 17, were safe and with their father in
But in a span of days, a mother eagerly hoping for a happy
reunion realized another nightmare was just beginning: they didn't
And for her children, their father was suddenly in jail on
kidnapping and child custody charges and their life outside Orlando
was turned upside down.
Now, Sagala is racing to regain custody of her children before
they turn 18 and she loses them to adulthood.
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