Olga and Boris Shved of Pasco spent six days visiting with their children in the Tri-Cities, the first time the family was together in 10 years. The kids, now 10 and 12, were removed from their home in 2006 because of allegations of child abuse. Since then, the Shveds have fought to be reunited with their children, who live with a foster family in Minnesota.
Olga and Boris Shved of Pasco spent six days visiting with their children in the Tri-Cities, the first time the family was together in 10 years. The kids, now 10 and 12, were removed from their home in 2006 because of allegations of child abuse. Since then, the Shveds have fought to be reunited with their children, who live with a foster family in Minnesota. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald file
Olga and Boris Shved of Pasco spent six days visiting with their children in the Tri-Cities, the first time the family was together in 10 years. The kids, now 10 and 12, were removed from their home in 2006 because of allegations of child abuse. Since then, the Shveds have fought to be reunited with their children, who live with a foster family in Minnesota. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald file

10 years after removal from Pasco home, kids bond with parents during visit

September 02, 2016 6:42 PM

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