'Meltdown': Pregnant Ohio Lawyer Made Up Abduction

Late last week, both men appealed to the public for help finding the missing pregnant woman. Hancock filed the initial missing person's report Wednesday when the family's day-care center called in the evening to say his wife had failed to pick up their son.

Her family members rejoiced when the woman was discovered Saturday after flagging down a motorist who then called 911. Police in Cobb County, Ga., put her on a plane, but they also kept her vehicle, found along an interstate about a mile away, to process as evidence.

Sgt. Dana Pierce, a spokesman for the Cobb County police, told The Associated Press that her car showed no signs of a struggle or a kidnapping.

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