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07/14/2015 01:16 PM ID: 100836 Permalink   

Man Charged in Calif. Woman´s Abduction That Police Called a Hoax


The case of a Dublin, Calif. woman who said she was kidnapped for ransom only to have police call it a hoax took a bizarre twist Monday when federal prosecutors said they charged a disbarred Harvard-trained lawyer with her abduction.

Matthew Muller, 38 of Orangeville was arrested June 8 over a home invasion robbery that occurred in the San Francisco Bay Area and had similarities to the kidnapping.

According to Denise Huskins´ boyfriend Aaron Quinn, 30, someone broke into their home, drugged them and disappeared with Huskins. The kidnapper demanded $8,500 ransom. The woman was found two days later. Police were initially suspicious of Quinn´s story.

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