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Disappearing Nanny Faces Misdemeanor Charge

Disappearing Nanny Faces Misdemeanor Charge

Posted - Jun. 10, 2004 at 9:00 a.m.



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(West Valley City-AP) -- The runaway bride who disappeared from her nanny job in Ohio and was finally tracked down to a friend's house after a search by the sheriff's office faces a misdemeanor charge of inducing panic.

The Hamilton County, Ohio, Sheriff's office has filed a warrant for the arrest of Rachel Honsvick, her parents say.

Her mother says she wishes authorities would just - quote "let us go on. We have enough pieces to pick up without giving us more."

After the 22-year-old did not return from jogging on May 21 to her Cincinnati-area home where she had lived as a nanny, her parents and fiance flew to Ohio to join in a search using bloodhounds and helicopters.

She was tracked to a friend's residence in Kentucky. Her father said she had had a sudden case of wedding jitters.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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