Cops Say Abduction Story Was A Hoax
Montgomery County, Md. police have cancelled the AMBER alert that was issued for a Sara Hernandez-Torres and her son, saying that the young woman may have made up the whole story. Now, she may be facing charges.
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Sara Hernandez-Torres and Isaac Hernandez were last seen at the Wheaton Metro Station.
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Vehicle To Look For:
- Police believe the mother and child were forced into a red 2003 Dodge ram with a red cap on the rear, Maryland Bay tags49914B/Y, and the words "Red Scorpion" on the front windshield.
Police say they may also be traveling in a red 1996 Toyota T-1000 pick-up with Maryland tags 1EG807.
Last updated November 28, 2005
Nov 28, 2005
Mother, Son Recovered
Maryland authorities recovered Sara Hernandez-Torres and her 5-year-old son, Isaac, after issuing an AMBER alert. The two were found with their alleged abductor, Carlos Delcid, in his truck near Twinbrook Parkway and Castleford Road in Maryland.
Abduction Story A Hoax?
Now, cops say Sara Hernandez-Torres made up the abduction story to hide her ongoing relationship with Carlos Delcid from her family. The kidnapping charges against Delcid have been dropped and Hernandez-Torres may face additional charges.