Jury Indicts Suspect In Kidnapping First Thought Of As Hoax
A former U.S. Marine and disbarred lawyer has been indicted for a kidnapping in California that was first thought to be a hoax.By Jake Godin | October 2, 2015
A California kidnapping suspect has been indicted by a grand jury and could get up to life in prison.
Sounds pretty straightforward, right? Well, this one was a little bizzare.
That's because, when Aaron Quinn initially reported his girlfriend Denise Huskins was kidnapped in March, Vallejo police thought it was a hoax.