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There are 12 comments on the 10TV WBNS story from Apr 22, 2010, titled Police: Missing Xenia Woman Located In Fla. | Ohio News Network.... In it, 10TV WBNS reports that:

Tiffany Tehan, the Xenia woman who vanished Saturday, has been located safe in Florida, police said Thursday.

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Real World

Cincinnati, OH

#1 Apr 22, 2010
She will probably say she needed time to sort things out. What an awful thing to do to your family -- to keep them wondering if you are alive or dead.
Tom H

Dublin, OH

#2 Apr 22, 2010
Was she kidnapped??? Was she forced to go with him??? Or did she just up and leave with this man?? When do the police choose to question this man??? There are just too many unanswered questions to just let this drop. This smells real fishy to me.
TruthSpeaker

Columbus, OH

#3 Apr 22, 2010
Tom H wrote:
Was she kidnapped??? Was she forced to go with him??? Or did she just up and leave with this man?? When do the police choose to question this man??? There are just too many unanswered questions to just let this drop. This smells real fishy to me.
If it sounds fishy, it is fishy. Why would two people abandon two cars in Ohio, yet escape to Florida? Also, the surveillance photos from the convenient store show her with a smile and walking slightly apart from the guy she was with. Kidnapping?, no. She went on her own free will. She's having an affair. Her own family doesnt know this guy, and she has maintained it that way.
Sharon

Columbus, OH

#4 Apr 22, 2010
She could have been considerate and notified her family she was going on a sleeze run
JoAnne

Portland, OR

#5 Apr 22, 2010
She was a pastor's kid. As far as I understand, she left on her own free-will. A lot is expected of children who are raised in families of pastors. Sometimes, I wonder if it's hard to live up to their standards, especially because none of us are perfect. But wow, her way of handling infidelity was more than disrespectful to her worried family. And could you just walk away from your little girl? I hope this young woman gets the help she obviously needs to make better choices.
Marsha

Chillicothe, OH

#6 Apr 22, 2010
First Off: These People Are Grown. They Don't Need To Tell Anyone Where They Go. IF They Want To Go To Florida On A Whim. Then That's Their Bussiness.Ain't No Law Say's They Can't Go No-Where.For God's Sake Leave Them Alone.They Are Adult's.( Not Little Kid's Anymore)And Don.t File Charges Against Her Either.She Didn't Do Anything.She Knew The Man. Can't We All Just Get Along?
Supervise

Columbus, OH

#7 Apr 22, 2010
JoAnne wrote:
She was a pastor's kid. As far as I understand, she left on her own free-will. A lot is expected of children who are raised in families of pastors. Sometimes, I wonder if it's hard to live up to their standards, especially because none of us are perfect. But wow, her way of handling infidelity was more than disrespectful to her worried family. And could you just walk away from your little girl? I hope this young woman gets the help she obviously needs to make better choices.
Oh please. She just hurt her parents, her husband, her 1 year old baby and everyone who wasted their valuable time looking for her. If her husband is a doormat he'll take her back. By the way, I called this one early. Everyone always thinks a big black man hauled off the white woman and time and again, its the white woman who got tired of puking every time she looked at her ugly husband and decided to split. Given the odds, police shouldn't even waste money looking for these "missing white women". Its all BS!
Supervise

Columbus, OH

#8 Apr 22, 2010
Marsha wrote:
First Off: These People Are Grown. They Don't Need To Tell Anyone Where They Go. IF They Want To Go To Florida On A Whim. Then That's Their Bussiness.Ain't No Law Say's They Can't Go No-Where.For God's Sake Leave Them Alone.They Are Adult's.( Not Little Kid's Anymore)And Don.t File Charges Against Her Either.She Didn't Do Anything.She Knew The Man. Can't We All Just Get Along?
Its called consideration, Marsha. Do you want the people in your life to care about you? If you just vanish they are going to be worried. I disagree that you don't owe them an explanation. Or lets put it this way - if you don't show them the consideration of even the briefest of explanations before you vanish, then don't expect anyone to gave a rats fanny about you either. This chick is a yutz who ought to pay back the cost of looking for her cheating, worthless carcus.
2 selfish people

Cincinnati, OH

#10 Apr 22, 2010
Marsha wrote:
First Off: These People Are Grown. They Don't Need To Tell Anyone Where They Go. IF They Want To Go To Florida On A Whim. Then That's Their Bussiness.Ain't No Law Say's They Can't Go No-Where.For God's Sake Leave Them Alone.They Are Adult's.( Not Little Kid's Anymore)And Don.t File Charges Against Her Either.She Didn't Do Anything.She Knew The Man. Can't We All Just Get Along?
What a irresponsible thing to say!!! Yes they are both adults who have the right to do what they want, but when your decision will purposly hurt the people involved and a mother abandoning her child...that is different. They both should be charged, for allowing the police and feds take time to search for them while they "go to Florida on a whim". A husband or wife and parents should be worried that they left without a word.
Lori

Dayton, OH

#12 Apr 23, 2010
Both should be charged with inducing panic and made to pay back the cost of the search. They should have to perform community service hours that match how many hours that people searched for them and they both owe everyone a public apology. The anguish they caused their families, friends and all those who searched for them is inexcusable. Doesn't matter if they wanted to run off to be together or not. It's that they made it look like foul play instead of being adult enough to tell their families. They could have told them prior to leaving or right after they left, it was their choosing not to. Hopefully her husband won't take her back and will sue for full custody of their child.
brittany

United States

#13 Apr 26, 2010
I think the hubs knew she was leaving with hutch but he wanted to publically humiliate her and tell the world she was having an affair...........it worked.
Too sexy

Dublin, OH

#14 Apr 26, 2010
Tom H wrote:
Was she kidnapped??? Was she forced to go with him??? Or did she just up and leave with this man?? When do the police choose to question this man??? There are just too many unanswered questions to just let this drop. This smells real fishy to me.
Oh please. Haven't you seen the guys' picture? He is one hot man! Anyone would leave with him. You probably would too! He is that fine!

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