Oakley Carlson’s foster mother attempted to alert authorities that she was in danger.

The foster mother of 6-year-old Oakley Carlson, who was allegedly “devoured by wolves,” claims she told authorities several times that the youngster was in danger.

Oakley had been in the care of foster mom Jamie Jo Hiles for over two years before being returned to her birth parents in 2019.

Hiles claimed she cautioned Washington Department of Children, Youth, and Families officials that hurrying to return the daughter to the custody of Jordan Bowers and Andrew Carlson, who have been accused of exposing their other children to methamphetamine, would “impose irreversible damage” on her.

Oakley had not been seen in nearly a year when Bowers and Carlson were arrested in December on second-degree child abandonment charges. The couple, who reportedly withheld crucial medicine from their daughter for 15 months and refused to disclose her missing, are also being arrested on suspicion of manslaughter.

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“They need to look into it because something is clearly wrong with an agency that doesn’t listen to warnings regarding children and child abuse,” Hiles added. “That scares the hell out of me.”

She also stated that she contacted child protective services twice after Oakley was removed from her care but received no answer.

According to police records obtained by Seattle’s KCPQ, her 6-year-old sister told her principal’s daughter that “Oakley is no longer,” and that she “had gone out into the woods and had been eaten by wolves.” She also allegedly told cops that their mother, Jordan Bowers, had “told her not to talk about Oakley.”

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