Tonawanda News — The five-year-old girl allegedly kidnapped from her North Tonawanda home in the early morning hours Saturday was taken to a local hospital for examination, though police are saying little else, citing a continuing investigation.
Police Capt. Roger Zgolak said he could not comment on where the girl may have been taken or if any sexual improprieties occurred, though he indicated Monday that the girl’s mother suspected “something happened.”
“We’re still trying to pin that down and that’s still in the investigative stage,” he said.
also appears at this time that no one else will be charged in the case, including friends of David J. Glover, the 34-year-old Town of Tonawanda man who was charged with taking the girl after reportedly tricking her mother into leaving her home, before he disappeared with the child. He was found by the girl’s mother in the City of Tonawanda shortly before noon that day.
“The initial law enforcement was with the City of Tonawanda police because that’s where she was located,” he said.
What is clear is that for the second time since 2007 and a little over a year after being released from prison for similar circumstance with another young child, Grover is up against several felony charges and is being held at the Niagara County Jail until his next court date at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in North Tonawanda.
Grover has been charged with kidnapping with a sexual motivation and endangering the welfare of a child, both felony counts.