Family forgets boy, 3, at corn maze overnight

Toddler reunited with family after being left at West Jordan corn maze overnight

3-year-old left behind after getting lost in corn maze; family realized the next day

A 3-year-old boy has been reunited with his family after being left at a corn maze in West Jordan near 8800 S. 4000 W.

Officers were called to West Jordan's Annual Crazy Corn Maze Monday night after a good Samaritan noticed a 3-year-old boy "who looked like he was lost" wandering around.

She called police Tuesday morning to report her son was missing and was informed her child was with DCFS.

"At 7:42 a.m. today, the mother woke up and noticed he was missing".

The mother of a three-year-old boy who was left behind in a Utah corn maze claims it was all an accident. Monson says she later arrived at the police station with about 10 children.

Authorities would not confirm whether the child has been returned to the mother.

It's not clear if the child has been placed back in his family's care.

No charges have been filed but police are still investigating. She later went to bed, still without realizing that the boy wasn't home, according to police.

"This was a case of multiple families with multiple children living in the same home."

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