Transcript for Relief as Abductee Carlesha Freeland-Gaither Released From Hospital
Always a seat for miss Taylor swi swift. Carlesha freeland-gaither is free three days after being abducted. Mara schiavocampo has the latest. Reporter: Good morning. Carlesha was released from Maryland hospital overnight and police brought her here to a relative's home. Her alleged kidnapper is in custo custody, and law enforcement officers are being hailed as horse. After three days of agony following the chilling abduction, the moment of relief. Carlesha Freeland has been rescued. Her abductor has been arrested. Reporter: 22-year-old nurse's assistant carlesha freeland-gaither rescued in Maryland Wednesday night, three days after being violently kidnapped off a Philadelphia street. One of the first things she did was call her mother who spoke to us. What did you say to her? I love you. I love you. Are you okay? I love you. She was like, come get me. Reporter: Now 37-year-old Delvin Barnes is in custody, arrested after police tracked his car and found it idling on the side of the road. She was inside. He is being held on an outstanding warrant for several charges, including attempted capital murder and abduction of another female allegedly snatched off the street in Virginia last month. Barnes, seen in this video from a separate arrest in 2005 showed the female pictures of other women he claimed to have an ductsed as well. Police identified him largely with the help of surveillance video. Just hours after the abduction, caught allegedly using her atm card as a Maryland bank. Minutes later, buying a drink as a convenience store. And a receipt, leading them to this video hours before the kidnapping. And police in Virginia looking for Barnes recognized the car and contacted the dealership where he bought it and were able to track it down using the gps. We got a very dangerous predator off the streets. Reporter: Carlesha, now reunited with her family, no physical injuries, but she's shaken up. A lot of support. She's going to be fine. Reporter: Now celebrating her freedom and her family. Police say there is no evidence carlesha knew her alleged kidnapper. Experts say stranger abductions are rare. But that appears to be exactly what happened in this race. Robin. All right, thank you very much.
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