Both children remain in DFCS custody, with the daughter temporarily placed in the home of her paternal grandparents, Pace’s attorney, Angela Kinley, said.
Kinley represents Pace in her custody case.
The parents have been back and forth in the juvenile courts about custody and are battling over whether to remove a ventilator.
Gilleland said doctors told him his son has severe brain damage and will never wake up. Kinley said her client is not being granted access to the child’s medical records and therefore cannot make an informed decision.
The warrant states Pace could be released on a $25,000 bond contingent on her not being around her son or any other child under the age of 12.
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