Father: Calif. woman reported kidnapped dropped off at mom's home
Denise Huskins' boyfriend told police she was abducted Monday from the Vallejo home they share
By Gillian Flaccus
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — The father of woman who was reported kidnapped from the San Francisco Bay Area and held for ransom says his daughter called him to say she had been dropped off at her mother's house in Southern California.
An emotional Mike Huskins says his daughter, Denise Huskins, found no one home Wednesday morning, so she walked 12 blocks to his Huntington Beach house, where a neighbor called 911. He and his ex-wife had gone to Vallejo, northeast of San Francisco, as authorities searched for their daughter.
Denise Huskins' boyfriend told police she was abducted Monday from the Vallejo home they share.
Mike Huskins says he's mystified and has no details about his daughter's kidnapping because he hasn't been able to speak to her since the 9:30 a.m. call. She has talking to Huntington Beach police.
He says she was safe and wasn't crying during the call.
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