Missing California boy, 15, spent two years living with a TEACHER, 61

California teacher, 61, charged with hiding missing boy, 15, for TWO YEARS, after he ran away from home

  • Michael Ramirez, now 17, was 15 when he ran away from home in Sacramento
  • His family reported him missing to the police, but heard nothing from him
  • Teacher Holga Castillo Olivares, 61, is the mother of his ex-girlfriend
  • New charges say she hid him in her home and lied to police when questioned
  • Olivares was arrested when Michael returned to his own family home and asked to move back in
  • “You can’t just hide someone’s child and think it’s okay,” Michael’s Aunt Katte Smith said.



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A California teacher has been accused of hiding a teenager whose family searched for him for two years after reporting him missing.

Michael Ramirez, 15, ran away from his family home in Sacramento in 2020 after an argument with his aunt and uncle over their strict rules.

Unbeknownst to them, he ran to the home of Holga Castillo Olivares, a 61-year-old teacher who was also the mother of Michael’s teenage girlfriend.

Michael Ramirez, 15, ran away from his family home in Sacramento in 2020 after arguing with his aunt and uncle over their strict rules

Michael’s family reported him missing in June 2020. The police made an effort to find him and released these missing persons posters

For two years he lived with Olivares and her family in their home, just 20 miles away from his.

His aunt also claims that Olivares lied to the police when questioned about the boy’s whereabouts.

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In May of this year, Michael suddenly returned to his aunt and uncle, requesting that they move in again.

They were stunned but relieved to welcome him home, but were furious when he told them where he had lived.

Now Olivares has been charged with the detention of a minor with intent to hide from a parent(s) and to contribute to the delinquency of a minor.

She is due to appear in court in Sacramento on Monday afternoon.

The teacher’s home in Sacramento, where the boy spent two years while his family searched for him 20 miles away

Michael, far right, lived with his aunt and uncle and their five other children. He ran away after arguing over their strict rules

Michael, now 17, returned home in May. The teacher has not been accused of hiding a minor

Michael’s aunt Katte Smith said the family “thought the worst” after he ran away. Now they want the teacher to be held accountable

The woman works at a K-8 school, but it’s unclear if she was ever Michael’s teacher.

Despite the charges, she remains employed by the school district.

“There are no words that can really explain how you feel when you have a missing child.

‘You think the worst. You think the worst.

“We felt so bereft of all this time with him,” his aunt, Katte Smith, told a local retailer. KCR.

Olivares has not yet responded to the charges.

“You can’t just hide someone’s child and think that’s okay,” Smith added.


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