yeah it definitely sounds like the calipers have seized up in front. I would try disassembling the brakes in front and see if you can get the piston moving in the caliper. If you can, then you would just need to spray out all the grease for the slider pins and clean all the gunk out of there and re-lubricate them again with new grease and that’ll get them to start moving freely again. If that doesn’t work, then you probably need new brake calipers in front. But do try cleaning them out first, that often works. I had that same problem on my 2014 Honda CR-V and after I did this to the rear brakes that problem went away.