Missing Missouri Mom Faked Abduction, Sheriff Says

Authorities believe Rachel Koechner, 28, was in a motel and using drugs with her ex-husband.
0:49 | 03/19/13

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It was all a hoax and a one -- missing Missouri mom is finding herself on the wrong side of the law Rachel -- her and her four year old daughter reported missing last week where found alive and unharmed a little more than a hundred miles outside Kansas city police initially believed they had been kidnapped the twenty year old mother sending her boyfriend a text that read help me. Ketchner then called from a motel telling him everything was fine -- but -- -- from her tone that she was under some stress eventually though Linn county sheriff's police with the help from state troopers. Track them down and determined the story was in fact a fabrication cash the sheriff says -- -- spent all that time smoking synthetic pot. With her ex husband in a low rent suburban Kansas City motel with a little girl nearby.

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