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Runway mom wants to repay Xenia for cost of search | The Columb...

There are 46 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Apr 30, 2010, titled Runway mom wants to repay Xenia for cost of search | The Columb.... In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

An Ohio wife and mother and her new boyfriend are negotiating to repay police who searched for days when the couple disappeared to Florida earlier this month.

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United States

#1 Apr 30, 2010
She left her child? I hope she doesn't try to get custody of her! I guess her love life is more important than her child!
MrEd

Columbus, OH

#2 Apr 30, 2010
Press charges for what??? We really do not live in a free country anymore. Sure, what she did to her husband and child was horrible, but what law was broken?
what

Zanesville, OH

#3 Apr 30, 2010
still, this was not right

what a tart!
Current PC

Columbus, OH

#4 Apr 30, 2010
They should pay. They wasted a lot of taxpayer money staging this disappearence.
yesssir

United States

#5 Apr 30, 2010
do not repay anything.. press charges?...so she had a mental breakdown...its super sad for her husband and child!!! but to repay $...i dont know....just like big bens case..having AWFUL judgment is not grounds for jail time/$ lost...
Bodie

Columbus, OH

#6 Apr 30, 2010
She should save some money for a good divorce lawyer as should the white trash she ran off with becuse his soon to be X is probably going to stick it to him without the vaseline !!!!
On a list of SKANKS she is near the top
SVC

United States

#7 Apr 30, 2010
She said divorce wasn't an option because of her religious upbringing but yet running off with a sleazy boyfriend is OK.
Your mom

Columbus, OH

#8 Apr 30, 2010
SVC wrote:
She said divorce wasn't an option because of her religious upbringing but yet running off with a sleazy boyfriend is OK.
Typical religious hypocrisy.
-Paul

Montgomery, AL

#9 Apr 30, 2010
MrEd wrote:
Press charges for what??? We really do not live in a free country anymore. Sure, what she did to her husband and child was horrible, but what law was broken?
Exactly. News-starved society we live in. No laws were broken because there isn't a law against being an uncaring skank-hoe or running off and getting laid.

Unless she pulled the same stunt the Runaway-Bride did down in Georgia by lying to authorities, she shouldn't be on the hook for anything.

This woman will end-up with a book or movie deal because there are enough tabloid-reading morons out there to go watch it.
DollarBill

Dublin, OH

#10 Apr 30, 2010
She didn't break any laws you do-gooders. What she did may be ethically and morally wrong but no laws were broken. So now we are not free to go where we want when we want? The nanny state is alive and well thanks several of you posters.
columbus westside

Reynoldsburg, OH

#11 Apr 30, 2010
Who called the police?They should pay the cost.
Hillbilly Patrol

Windsor, CA

#12 Apr 30, 2010
World Class Hillbillies.

Ohio should let the Zombies feed on these people.
Liberty

Johnson City, NY

#13 Apr 30, 2010
Save your money sweetheart.....you don't owe us anything. I am glad you were able to get away and have a little fun....enjoy life.
cb columbus oh

Columbus, OH

#14 Apr 30, 2010
I guess she thinks that "paying" back some money will help her case and not get criminal charges against her...I hope she still serves some time in jail (both of them). Does she not care about her child? What kind of frickin Mother is she? Sounds like she is only concerned about herself and forget the family and friends (who worried sick about her). What a loser! I hope she enjoys her new life since she has screwed up so many others around her, especially her daughter. I guess her husband will have to answer the question of where's Mommy? "Oh honey, she didn't love me, Grandma & Grandpa, and especially you so she ran away with a man she met while drinking coffee at the gas station store to have a better life".
Sam

Westerville, OH

#15 Apr 30, 2010
Here's a quote from the Dayton Daily News from her boyfriend:

“We wanted to leave it like she could have been in the position where she just walked away from her life or maybe someone could speculate that she was abducted,” Hutcherson said.

And later, this:

Even after he was aware of pleas from Tehan’s husband, parents, friends and church members along with national media interest, Hutcherson was quoted that they tried to stick to the scheme.

“The plan was to run away forever and to never be found,” he said.“And we committed to that.... We knew there was going to be some ramifications.... We had no idea that the scope was going to be so large.”

link: http://www.daytondailynews.com/news/dayton-ne...

So let's stop the charade that they didn't know what they were doing or not trying to deceive. This was willful, active deception. Make them pay.
Sam

Westerville, OH

#16 Apr 30, 2010
Liberty wrote:
Save your money sweetheart.....you don't owe us anything. I am glad you were able to get away and have a little fun....enjoy life.
Yea, abandon your child and have fun! It's all about the Me, isn't it?
Justme

Columbus, OH

#17 Apr 30, 2010
It's called inducing panic. When a family reports their fears, the police have to do something. She should pay back the costs and be charged.
J Rob

Columbus, OH

#18 Apr 30, 2010
This woman needs to see a pyschologist. One, she does not know to properly manage her stress. Two, she obviously has some problems with guilt issues. And three, get this woman into a parenting class (who abandons their child like that and faces no consequences).
Jill

Columbus, OH

#19 Apr 30, 2010
Now is a FINE time to "do the right thing." It's interesting how self-serving people who abandon their children and marriages always seek something to look like they are actually good people. It's clear as day what you are, Tiff and Tre. Attempting to feed some goodness into your sorry souls does not undo what and who you truly are.

Since: Jun 09

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#20 Apr 30, 2010
Sam wrote:
Here's a quote from the Dayton Daily News from her boyfriend:
“We wanted to leave it like she could have been in the position where she just walked away from her life or maybe someone could speculate that she was abducted,” Hutcherson said.
And later, this:
Even after he was aware of pleas from Tehan’s husband, parents, friends and church members along with national media interest, Hutcherson was quoted that they tried to stick to the scheme.
“The plan was to run away forever and to never be found,” he said.“And we committed to that.... We knew there was going to be some ramifications.... We had no idea that the scope was going to be so large.”
link: http://www.daytondailynews.com/news/dayton-ne...
So let's stop the charade that they didn't know what they were doing or not trying to deceive. This was willful, active deception. Make them pay.
The DDN has been continuously updating this story. They are now negotiating with the local law enforcement over costs. They will pay.

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