WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) -- For the first time since Lucas Hernandez was found, we're hearing from his father, Jonathan.
An interview with Jonathan Hernandez aired on the "Crime Stories with Nancy Grace" podcast on Monday.
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In it, host Nancy Grace revealed autopsy results show Lucas may have been dead for nearly a week before he was reported missing. Jonathan's live-in girlfriend, Emily Glass, reported Lucas missing on Feb. 17.
At the time, Jonathan was working out of town in New Mexico.
Jonathan said initially, he did not doubt Glass' story that Lucas disappeared.
Private investigator David Marshburn recorded the conversation he had with Glass as she led him to Lucas's body. Those recordings aired last week on the Nancy Grace podcast. Glass can be clearly heard saying she did Lucas wrong.
Glass was jailed after the little boy's body was found. She was released days later, but the investigation is still open.
Jonathan said, while she was in jail, Glass called him a couple times to apologize for what happened. He said she told him she panicked.
"She said that she had panicked. I'm not sure if it is because she was smoking meth, which I had no knowledge of. I asked her why she didn't call 911? Why, if that's what happened and it was an accident and she was asleep and he died, why not call 911?" Jonathan told Grace.
The Nancy Grace show said their source showed Lucas died on Feb. 10th or 11th.
Eyewitness News has reached out to the Wichita Police Department and the Sedgwick County District Attorney's Office to inquire about any autopsy results. Each issued the following statements:
Wichita Police Department
"The investigation into the death of Lucas Hernandez is ongoing. The WPD is committed to investigating this case to the fullest and bringing anyone responsible to justice. We have nothing further at this time."
Sedgwick County District Attorney's Office
"The DA’s office has not received any autopsy results. We can’t speak to any allegations made on the Grace program.