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.