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No trespassing sign in Terri Horman's yard: 'Your threats have been documented'

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ROSEBURG, OR (KPTV) -

A "no trespassing" sign with photos of three women has been posted outside Terri Horman's Roseburg home, and it alleges the women are threatening the stepmother of missing Portland boy Kyron Horman.

It's unclear whether Terri Horman posted the sign. Kyron Horman's biological parents have long accused Terri Horman of withholding information about the whereabouts of the boy, who vanished from Skyline School in Portland in 2010.

Laura White, who is one of the women whose photo appears on the sign, said she hasn't done anything wrong.

"I've talked to officers and I have no charges against me. Us three ladies are innocent and we're just supporting to bring Kyron home," said White, who has lived a few blocks away from Terri Horman for the past year.

White said she's never spoken with Terri Horman, but she has seen her walk by her house with her dog.

White joined the Roseburg Supports Kyron Horman Facebook page to show her solidarity with those who wish for the missing boy to return. But when checking the page a few days ago, she learned of the sign just a few streets away in Terri Horman's front lawn with the phrase "your threats have been documented."

"I drove by there to make sure it was me and yes, it is. There's me and two other ladies on there," White said.

White said police told her the sign is legal.

Though Terri Horman has been a focus in the criminal investigation into Kyron Horman's disappearance, she has never been charged.

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