Yes, five years after the mysterious "disappearance" of her then- seven year-old step-son in Portland, Oregon, the prime suspect has tried to change her name - denied - moved to California, and managed to get into more trouble there.
Terri Lynn Horman (now going by a last name of Moulton) has a couple of upcoming court appearances down there:
“She was trying to put a knife – a kitchen knife to my face and then she was telling me that if I talked to law enforcement that something is going to happen to me or my family,” explained Cristobal.
A hearing on the restraining order has been scheduled for December 16th in Sacramento County Superior Court. Moulton has not been charged for a crime related to Cristobal's accusations.
That same day, Moulton is scheduled to appear in Yuba County Superior Court for a different case, involving a different alleged victim. Police say she stole a handgun.
Earlier this year, Moulton told national media including Dr. Phil and People magazine that she moved away from Oregon because she faced too much suspicion. She told them she doesn’t know what happened to her stepson.
Terri told her new boyfriend, the guy she allegedly threatened with a knife, that she had been victimized by corrupt police in Oregon. Yeah, right. I know one of the K-9 S&R who spent so much time searching for the remains of the child, and back then is when I started referring to sweet Terri as the Red Squirrel. It's just a matter of time before she comes completely unglued again and hurts somebody else. There is little question that her former stepson will never be found alive, sadly.
Fortunately, the red squirrel's looks are fading rapidly, and as that's all she's ever used to garner a meal ticket, she's just continuing her downward spiral. You'd think she could at least try to stay out of trouble with the law, but nope.