Carroll Co. teen safe, police hunt abductor

Police on Tuesday were looking for a man suspected of abducting a 17-year-old girl from her Carroll County residence on Indiana 18. Full Story
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Binkie

Chicago, IL

#1 Jun 6, 2007
I am so glad the young lady was found and not harmed!! I hope they find the S O B!
the the

Indianapolis, IN

#2 Jun 6, 2007
Where were the parents?
Tim

Collinsville, MS

#3 Jun 6, 2007
the the wrote:
Where were the parents?
Not appropriate. Save the feeble attempt at this ongoing moronic attempt at humor.
grumpy

Indianapolis, IN

#4 Jun 6, 2007
Another good example of the need for handgun control. She needed to have one and know how to control it.
I DONT KNOW

Jeffersonville, IN

#5 Jun 6, 2007
This sounds like a attempt for attention to me. Let's see he walked to her home took her at gun point did'nt steal anything, rape, or beat the young lady then for some reason he just walked away. They found her in a field hrs later unharmed. Why didn't she just get up and walk away if she was unharmed??? Because she wanted someone to find her thats why Sounds ify to me
anon

Indianapolis, IN

#6 Jun 6, 2007
can we get a description? how can we call the police with leads if we have ZERO info?
Brysten

Saint Charles, MO

#7 Jun 6, 2007
I DONT KNOW wrote:
This sounds like a attempt for attention to me. Let's see he walked to her home took her at gun point did'nt steal anything, rape, or beat the young lady then for some reason he just walked away. They found her in a field hrs later unharmed. Why didn't she just get up and walk away if she was unharmed??? Because she wanted someone to find her thats why Sounds ify to me
That's exactly what I was thinking, sounds like an attention getter. If that's true, hope she is punished for the hours and money wasted!
Interested Reader

Beech Island, SC

#8 Jun 6, 2007
I DONT KNOW wrote:
This sounds like a attempt for attention to me. Let's see he walked to her home took her at gun point did'nt steal anything, rape, or beat the young lady then for some reason he just walked away. They found her in a field hrs later unharmed. Why didn't she just get up and walk away if she was unharmed??? Because she wanted someone to find her thats why Sounds ify to me
I agree with you. It's just too fishy! I will bet there is no abductor. The girl sounds like she might have some problems.
MallRat

Indianapolis, IN

#9 Jun 6, 2007
It would have been helpful if the reporter had waited until more information is revealed before writing this.
see is believing

Indianapolis, IN

#10 Jun 6, 2007
I don't understand anyone who can say she was 'unharmed' ;while perhaps not physically she certainly has been emotionally tramatized. Emotional scars while not visible are sometimes 100% more difficult to heal and can cause a life time of struggles. Does anyone know what caused her to be unconscious as the article said that she was in this condition when she was found. I guess there's alot of unanswered questions and we'll have to wait for the full story to come out. Let's hope this is not just a 'prank' because this is nothing to make light of.
Janet

Indianapolis, IN

#11 Jun 6, 2007
grumpy wrote:
Another good example of the need for handgun control. She needed to have one and know how to control it.
Right. Because when some guy showed up at her door with a gun she would have a chance to go and retrieve it. Good idea.
see is believing

Indianapolis, IN

#12 Jun 6, 2007
....sorry for may mistaken over -look...she WAS CONSCIOUS after all when found. We'll see how this plays out but her story sounds 'fishy' at the least and if her story is true then go after this perpetrator and all my best to the victim.
innernet

Plainfield, IN

#13 Jun 6, 2007
Have the cops check out her MySpace page cor clues & contacts?
I DONT KNOW

Jeffersonville, IN

#14 Jun 6, 2007
see is believing wrote:
I don't understand anyone who can say she was 'unharmed' ;while perhaps not physically she certainly has been emotionally tramatized. Emotional scars while not visible are sometimes 100% more difficult to heal and can cause a life time of struggles. Does anyone know what caused her to be unconscious as the article said that she was in this condition when she was found. I guess there's alot of unanswered questions and we'll have to wait for the full story to come out. Let's hope this is not just a 'prank' because this is nothing to make light of.
You need to read the article again. It said she was found conscious and unharmed!!!!
Interested Reader

Beech Island, SC

#15 Jun 6, 2007
see is believing wrote:
I don't understand anyone who can say she was 'unharmed' ;while perhaps not physically she certainly has been emotionally tramatized. Emotional scars while not visible are sometimes 100% more difficult to heal and can cause a life time of struggles. Does anyone know what caused her to be unconscious as the article said that she was in this condition when she was found. I guess there's alot of unanswered questions and we'll have to wait for the full story to come out. Let's hope this is not just a 'prank' because this is nothing to make light of.
I read that she was conscious. Did my eyes deceive me or did you read what you wanted to read.
Gun Control

Newark, OH

#16 Jun 6, 2007
grumpy wrote:
Another good example of the need for handgun control. She needed to have one and know how to control it.
I believe in our right to own a weapon, legally. That being said..seems like owning a gun causes more trouble then the reason we own them. Locking them up so kids or thieves don't get to them is the responsible thing to do. But then again, how many times will you be able to have access to your weapon when someone enters your home. Most of these crimes happen when you least expect them. "Oh wait Mr. Rapist, I have a gun I need to get before you try to take me hostage with yours."
Guns..sometimes more trouble then they're worth.
seeing is believing

Indianapolis, IN

#17 Jun 6, 2007
PS.....I'm 'seeing is believing' NOT 'see as believing' referring to my previous posts.
Hmmm

United States

#18 Jun 6, 2007
I DONT KNOW wrote:
This sounds like a attempt for attention to me. Let's see he walked to her home took her at gun point did'nt steal anything, rape, or beat the young lady then for some reason he just walked away. They found her in a field hrs later unharmed. Why didn't she just get up and walk away if she was unharmed??? Because she wanted someone to find her thats why Sounds ify to me
I was thinking the same thing. I guess it's because of all the false reporting done nowadays. To stop this nonsense, if the person(s) who false report would be arrested and sent to jail, others would think twice about doing just that.

In any instance, I'm glad this girl was not harmed in any way.
The Weatherman

Fishers, IN

#19 Jun 6, 2007
My guess is she left on her own with her boyfriend and is making up the rest. It's just too fishy.
Scotts Dad

Hamilton, New Zealand

#20 Jun 6, 2007
the the wrote:
Where were the parents?
Will Scott please answer this question??

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