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Janie Santana Reportedly Goes to Houston Police to ‘File Report’




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The embattled mother of Rudy Farias journeyed to Houston Police Department some hours ago to make an apparent police report.

The embattled mother of Rudy Farias journeyed to Houston Police Department several hours ago to file an apparent police report, Your Content has exclusively learned.

Janie visited the Houston Police Department—located at 8300 Mykawa Road—earlier this evening, video obtained by Your Content showcases.

According to the individual who captured Janie on camera in the department’s lobby, the embattled mom twiddled her fingers as she filed a report with police.

Janie Santana Reportedly Goes to Houston Police to ‘File Report’
Photo: Kui Kolombias for Your Content

A photograph obtained by Your Content shows the mortified mom standing at the counter in the department’s lobby speaking to an employee.

As Your Content readers know, the embattled mom allegedly wanted police to charge her son for ‘lying’ about their relationship. However, it appears the report in question pertains to a complaint against a neighbor.

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According to the photographer, Janie filed a police report and then asked to use the restroom.

Your Content reached out to the Houston Police Department for comment or clarity on the visit. They were not immediately available for comment.


This is a developing breaking news story. It will be updated momentarily.

As Your Content readers know, the Houston Police Department announced that Rudy Farias, the man who had reportedly been missing for eight years, was not actually missing during that time.

HPD authorities disclosed this information during a press conference last week, shedding new light on the mysterious case that captivated the nation overnight.

Janie Santana had reported her son missing in 2015 when he was 17. However, neighbors have refuted this claim, asserting that they had seen Farias regularly during the period he was presumed missing. The neighbors recall Farias speaking about the death of his brother in a motorcycle accident in 2011, a tragic event that his mother had mentioned to officials.

Earlier today, footage posted by journalist Grizzy’s Hood News shows the alleged location Farias was forced to retreat to when family or company visited the household.

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