TOLEDO, Ohio – A pregnant attorney who was reported missing earlier this week told police on Saturday she had been kidnapped after being found wandering in an industrial area, according to the Toledo police.
Police responding to a call of a disoriented woman wandering in an industrial area found Karyn McConnell-Hancock, 35, who is six months pregnant. She had lagged down a motorist, who called 911, police said.
McConnell-Hancock was found in the parking lot of a Six Flags amusement park, police said.
The former councilwoman told police she had been kidnapped by two men and a woman; in a phone conversation lasting nearly 2 minutes, McConnell-Hancock on Thursday called her husband and also told him she had been kidnapped.
McConnell-Hancock last was seen at her downtown law office Wednesday morning. Her husband told police she didn't pick up their son later in the day. He tried to call her cell phone, but it was turned off, police said.
McConnell-Hancock had been having trouble with a client and had received suspicious phone calls, her husband told police.
As of Saturday afternoon, police had not located her Chrysler.
McConnell-Hancock was being taken back to Toledo, where the investigation was to continue.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.