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Lawyers For Vallejo Woman, Boyfriend Claim Kidnapping Happened, Slam Police For Calling It A Hoax

VALLEJO (CBS SF) — Attorneys representing a Vallejo woman who was allegedly kidnapped for ransom and her boyfriend disputed claims Thursday from police that the whole ordeal was a hoax. 389 more words

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Boyfriend of Woman in Vallejo Kidnapping 'Hoax' Is Innocent Victim, His Attorneys Say

A man accused of sending investigators on a “wild-goose chase” by allegedly fabricating a story about his girlfriend being abducted from his Bay Area home was actually a “victim” who had been drugged and restrained by kidnappers, his attorneys said Thursday. 819 more words

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Missing Vallejo Woman Ruled A Hoax

Earlier this week we reported on a Vallejo woman who was kidnapped and being held for ransom. After further investigation, CBS Sacramento reports that police have ruled the “kidnapping” to be a hoax. 103 more words

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California woman's alleged kidnapping a hoax, police call it 'wild goose chase'

VALLEJO, Calif. — The reported kidnapping of a Vallejo, California, woman for ransom this week was nothing but a hoax, police said.

Vallejo police Lt. Kenny Park went as far as to call it a “wild goose chase” that wasted department resources. 677 more words

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I Knew It...

It was reported the other day that a twenty-nine year old woman in Vallejo California had been kidnapped by a group of men. It seemed like a cockamamie story from the start but the media grabbed onto this jewel of a story. 257 more words

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Denise Huskins kidnapping being treated as hoax ... criminal charges pending

CBS Sacramento: The alleged kidnapping of Denise Huskins is now being treated as a hoax, and criminal charges are possible.

Huskins told family members she would meet with Vallejo Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. 70 more words

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What We Know: Vallejo Kidnapping Hoax


VALLEJO, Calif. (KRON) — Some of the details of Denise Huskins disappearance just didn’t add up.  For one, the ransom amount of $8,500 seemed like an arbitrary number.   444 more words

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