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Police catch up with Runaway Bride

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Jennifer Wilbanks was about to be married.  She had second thoughts.

To escape the wedding she reported to police that she has been abducted while jogging. Instead she took a bus trip across the country to Albuquerque, N.M.

As it turns out, instead of the lavish 600 guest wedding that was planned, she now could face being charged with making a false statement. The penalty for making false statements is up to one year in prison, with a maximum of five.

All this to get out of a wedding - couldn't she just have said 'no'?

http://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory?id=719458



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