A Franklin County judge has ruled that Olga and Boris Shved will be allowed to visit their children in the Tri-Cities. They’ve been involved in a custody dispute since their son and daughter were removed from their Pasco home in 2006.
A Franklin County judge has ruled that Olga and Boris Shved will be allowed to visit their children in the Tri-Cities. They’ve been involved in a custody dispute since their son and daughter were removed from their Pasco home in 2006. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
A Franklin County judge has ruled that Olga and Boris Shved will be allowed to visit their children in the Tri-Cities. They’ve been involved in a custody dispute since their son and daughter were removed from their Pasco home in 2006. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

Court orders 2 kids back to Tri-Cities in custody battle

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