It is no longer believed that a California woman was kidnapped, a day after 100 police, 40 detectives and a jet were mobilized to find her. Denise Huskins went missing from her boyfriend's house in Vallejo on Monday, reappeared on Wednesday, then was missing again as of Wednesday night.
Denise's boyfriend, Aaron Quinn, called police to his house, where he said kidnappers had broken in and taken Denise 11 hours earlier. The "kidnappers" were demanding a ransom of $8,500, he said.
A massive police operation was launched to find the missing young woman. Then, on Tuesday, the San Francisco Chronicle received an email from the "kidnappers."
It said Denise would be returned Wednesday, they'd send a link to her location, and even included an audio file of her talking as proof of life.
It was the culmination of a plan that went like this:
Phase 1: Kidnap self
Phase 2: ???????
Phase 3: PROFIT!
As promised, Denise magically appeared at her dad's house in Orange County on Wednesday. But when an FBI jet arrived to take her back to Northern California, she went missing again, along with her boyfriend. But, not before making time to hire an attorney.
The Vallejo Police Department now says Denise Huskins and Aaron Quinn organized the moronic goose chase on their own and is once again looking for Denise, this time to charge her with wasting their time.
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