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  • Initially accused by police of a hoax, victims in Vallejo kidnap want city to pay

    The bizarre case continues, as Denise Huskins and Aaron Quinn sue Vallejo officials for saying the woman's 2015 kidnap was a hoax and that he was part of it. Eventually, Matthew Muller was arrested and faces trial in the case. He has pleaded not guilty.

The bizarre case continues, as Denise Huskins and Aaron Quinn sue Vallejo officials for saying the woman's 2015 kidnap was a hoax and that he was part of it. Eventually, Matthew Muller was arrested and faces trial in the case. He has pleaded not guilty. Sam Stanton The Sacramento Bee
The bizarre case continues, as Denise Huskins and Aaron Quinn sue Vallejo officials for saying the woman's 2015 kidnap was a hoax and that he was part of it. Eventually, Matthew Muller was arrested and faces trial in the case. He has pleaded not guilty. Sam Stanton The Sacramento Bee
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Judge in bizarre Vallejo kidnap case says police had right to use cellphone

June 23, 2016 2:13 PM

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