1. That the minor is living in the home of his parents or guardians or
the person entrusted with his custody; and
2. That the offender induces a minor to abandon such home.
Inducement must be actual, committed with criminal intent and determined
by a will to cause damage.
The minor should not leave his home of his own free will.
Mitigated if committed by the father or mother of the victim.
The minor need not actually abandon his home or home of guardian.
Mere commission of any act which tends to influence, persuade or prevail
on a minor to abandon his home is what constitutes a crime.
Father or mother may commit the crimes in Art. 170 and 171 where they
are living separately and the custody f the minor children is given
to one of them.