Dana Tophid, spokesman for the Montgomery County school district, would not comment on why the boy had not been reported missing since Sept. 30. Tophid said only that the district is cooperating with the investigation and supplying support services to students in the school.
Police in Montgomery County refused to release police records on Jane McQuain relating to multiple incidences of assault, resisting arrest, disturbing the peace, disorderly house, and other complaints at her home. Police said the details of the records are part of the ongoing probe.
McCombs said many of those incidences were related to alcohol and involved arguments between himself and McQuain. The two dated dated from 1995 to 2007, he said.
"I'm still in love with Jane. I always will be. She cleaned her life up," he said. "I hope, I hate to say this, I hope Curtis get what's coming to him."
Jane McQuain's brother and sister-in-law declined to comment on the case when reached at their home.
The missing boy is described as approximately 5 feet tall and weighing 85 pounds.