ROSEBURG, Ore. --The spotlight surrounding the Kyron Horman case has shifted to Southern Oregon, according to a reliable source. Terri Horman, step-mother of missing seven-year-old Kyron Horman, moved back to Roseburg over the weekend.
Horman vacated the family's Northwest Portland home Friday night as part of a restraining order filed by Kyron's father, Kaine.
Terri Moulton-Horman's parents are longtime residents in Roseburg. On their front door a sign explains that the family will not be making any statements to the media camped outside.
"It's very strange to have this in our neighborhood and I feel bad for her parents," neighbor, Mary Heath said.
"I think it would be normal to assume that you know, if your daughter is the subject of all this media attention, you'd be stressed a little bit," neighbor Jeff Manely said after speaking with Terri's father.
According to a noted criminal defense lawyer, Terri is not required to tell anyone where she is staying since she's not under arrest or on probation.
"She has agreed to leave the home and has no legal requirement to tell anybody anything," defense lawyer John Henry Hingson III said.
Terri has generally avoided the cameras and declined to comment.
"As a general rule, a lawyer will advise a client under investigation to shut up, keep you head down and don't stand up and say anything," Hingson said.
Terri was the last one to see Kyron Horman inside Skyline School on June 4. The search for Kyron has been ongoing ever since.
During the subsequent investigation, Kaine Horman says police police told him Terri tried to hire a man to kill him. Kaine also said Terri has failed two lie detector tests and has been uncooperative with investigators. In the past week, evidence emerged of a "sexting" relationship between Terri and a high school classmate of Kaine's.
Kaine and Desiree Young have both stated they believe Terri is responsible for Kyron's disappearance.
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