Pregnant Attorney Found in Georgia Tells Husband She Was Abducted at Gunpoint

A pregnant Ohio attorney found in Georgia three days after she went missing says she was kidnapped at gunpoint outside the juvenile court building in Toledo last week, her husband said Monday.

Karyn McConnell Hancock, 35, who is six months pregnant, had been missing since Wednesday when she was found Saturday behind the Six Flags Over Georgia amusement park. Police said she reported having been abducted. There were no immediate arrests.

Hancock's husband, Lawrence Hancock, who is the bishop of Final Harvest Church in Toledo, told police his wife called him from a pay phone Thursday afternoon. One of the men threatened her with a gun, Hancock told NBC's "Today" show Monday morning.

"He asked her to come with him the first time and she kind of looked at him. The second time he showed her the gun inside his jacket," he said.

Hancock told police his wife's debit card was used to withdraw several hundred dollars the night she disappeared.

Cobb County, Ga., police still have her vehicle, which was found within walking distance from the amusement park, said Sgt. Dana Pierce.

The suspects reportedly dumped her out of a vehicle in Georgia on Saturday morning, and she wandered to a back gate at Six Flags, Pierce said. The woman flagged down a motorist, who called police at about 6:45 a.m. The park is located in Austell, Ga., 15 miles northwest of Atlanta.

Details on where she was between Wednesday and Saturday, descriptions of her alleged abductors and the vehicle they were driving were unclear.

The woman's father, C. Allen McConnell, a municipal court judge in Toledo, told the "Today" show that the family needs more time to find out the details of the reported kidnapping.

"We need a little time to figure out what happened, what went on, what went wrong and what happened with her," he said.

Karyn McConnell Hancock is an attorney and former city councilwoman in Toledo.

One of her former clients recently filed a lawsuit against her, accusing her of taking money from him that he was owed from an accident settlement.