At this point, it looks like they're basically removing every woman and child from the ranch. 219 of them and counting so far. It's apparently the largest detention of its sort in Texas history.http://www.cnn.com/2008/CRIME/04/07/tex ... index.html
As far as I gather, they were originally looking for two people on the ranch - one man and one girl. Apparently they didn't bother talking to the man's probation officer in Arizona beforehand, who knew exactly where he was. The girl, well...
...[she] may have been transported from the compound, but using a different name, Marleigh Meisner, a spokeswoman for Texas Child Protective Service said.
"I am confident that this girl does indeed exist," Meisner said. "I am confident that the allegations that she brought forth are accurate."
It's not usually a good sign in an investigation when you have to assert your certainty that someone exists. And this is after they've had days worth of "interviews" with everyone on the ranch, plus search warrants for all computers, hard drives, etc.