Mila is currently is currently being cared for by a foster family. The couple calls what happened to their daughter “a kidnapping” and want to inform as many people as possible about the injustice they faced. “We just want to notify the world what’s going on,” Mr. Jackson said during the press conference.


The Jacksons other two children are still in the home, and Temecia provides breast milk for Mila during supervised visits. But things are anything but normal as the parents are forced to live without their baby girl until a scheduled April 20 hearing to decide next steps. Neither CPS or the Desoto police are commenting on the case at this time.

“We’ve been treated like criminals,” Rodney Jackson said. “This is a nightmare that I wouldn’t wish on anyone.”