Oakley Carlson's foster mom says she raised red flags about biological parents years before girl went missing

Jamie Jo Hiles, who took care of Oakley for more than two years, told Fox News Digital that she warned Washington Department of Children, Youth and Families officials in 2019 that they wereimposing irrevocable damageto the girl by rushing to return her to the custody of her biological parents, who have been accused of exposing their other children to methamphetamine.

There were red flags before Oakley even returned home (to her biological parents),” Hiles said. “Oakley came home from a visit one time and told me she saw violence. I expressed that to the social worker, and the social worker still was like, 'Oh, I’m not worried about it.

Oakley Carlson in an undated image.

Oakley Carlson in an undated image. (Jamie Jo Hiles)

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She said she was told in October 2019 that the biological parents, Andrew Carlson and Jordan Bowers, would be regaining custody.

It was a very rushed decision,” ella dijo.

Hiles provided a series of purported emails in which she and her husband, Erik Hiles, raised concerns over Oakley’s circumstances with state child welfare officials – who she accused of ignoring her warnings before Oakley was returned to her parents’ custody.

I am writing to you to document that if something is to happen to those children, and I have tried multiple times to help them, that CPS and DCYF are at fault and will not only be in huge legal trouble, but the public relations fallout of not PROTECTING those children will be massive,” she wrote on Nov. 18, 2021.

Oakley has been unaccounted for since February 2021.