Montgomery County Child Protective Services picked up Rafi, 10, and Dvora, 6, the children of Silver Spring couple Danielle and Alexander Meitiv, who are part of the “free range” movement that encourages childhood independence.
The parents had to retrieve their children from Child Protective Services after they were removed from a park Sunday by police.
Responding to a call from a citizen, police collected the children and took them to Child Protective Services.
In a statement, Child Protective Services said, “Protecting children is the agency’s number one priority and that it is required to follow up on all calls.”
Stay tuned to Washington Jewish Week for more details in this developing story…