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Victim located in alleged abduction
Thursday, April 30, 2009

Both an 18-year-old woman allegedly taken from her home earlier this morning and her alleged abductor have been found, Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott said.

The woman was located shortly before 11 a.m. in Fairfield County, he said.
Deputies now are interviewing the man, Christopher Rabon, 22, of Blythewood, suspected of taking her, Lott said.

Earlier, Lott had issued a news release announcing that Emily Jenkins, of Columbia, was abducted about 8 a.m. from in front of her home.

Lott said Jenkins severed a relationship with Rabon Wednesday night.

Lott said Jenkins’ mother saw the incident and reported that Rabon forced Jenkins into her white Nissan four-door vehicle.

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