6-Year-Old Girl Paces Up And Down The Highway Alone. Then Dad Gets A Call About The Bus Driver
Jane Holmes is a private investigator who operates Patricia Lane Investigations in Georgia. In December 2016, Jane was driving with a friend on Canton Highway when she happened to pass a distraught little girl standing on the side of the road.
The poor kindergartener was all alone, visibly scared and confused. “She was running and walking, running and walking,” Jane said. “She was crying.”
Because of her profession, Jane has a GPS video camera mounted on her car, which recorded footage of the lone child. She made a U-turn and pulled up to six-year-old Julianna.
“I lost my family because the bus took me to my house and nobody was there,” Julianna cried.
Since Julianna had no identification on her at the time, Jane safely drove her to the local sheriff’s department. “I know the evil out there and this child could have been abducted.”
Authorities alerted Julianna’s mother, who called Julianna’s dad to tell him how their daughter was found. He says he assumed the worst. He also said he had arranged for the bus driver to take Julianna to her daycare center on Canton Highway, not home.
Watch the video below to see what happened when the school district investigated the incident — and the 48-year-old woman who was filling in for the regular bus driver that day.