Bucks County District Attorney Michelle Henry says a woman who claimed she and her daughter had been abducted and stuffed in a car trunk will be charged with false reports and identity theft (video courtesy of MyFoxPhilly.com).
The latest update in this bizarre, developing case of the missing Neshaminy student and her mother courtesy of MSNBC.com . . .
A suburban Philadelphia prosecutor said a woman who claimed she and her daughter had been abducted and stuffed in a car trunk will be charged with false reports and identity theft.
Bucks County District Attorney Michelle Henry says 38-year-old Bonnie Sweeten of Feasterville, Pa., was taken into custody at a hotel in the Walt Disney World resort in Florida on Wednesday night. Henry says Sweeten's 9-year-old daughter, Julia Rakoczy, was with her. Henry says the girl will be picked up by her father, Sweeten's ex-husband.
Henry says Sweeten presented a co-worker's driver's license as her own when she bought airline tickets and flew to Orlando, Fla., on Tuesday, about two hours after she reported the abduction.
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