View Full Version : Suspected abductor arrested, ex-wife missing

02-01-2004, 05:20 PM
WIND LAKE, Wisconsin (AP) -- Hours after a woman called 911 saying her ex-husband had tied her up and put her in the back of his truck, police Saturday found the man and their two young daughters, but not his former wife.

The ex-husband had been seen towing the woman's car, which later turned up in Milwaukee, sheriff's officials said.

Between the calls to authorities and the divorced couple's history of police intervention, Racine County Sheriff Bob Carlson said, "it doesn't give us a safe feeling."

David M. Larsen, 39, was arrested without incident in Wheeling, Illinois, about 20 miles south of the state line, where he worked as an air traffic controller, Racine County sheriff's officials said.

The sheriff reported Saturday night that
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02-02-2004, 03:32 PM
Abducted woman found in storage
Sunday, February 1, 2004 Posted: 9:14 PM EST (0214 GMT)

WHEELING, Illinois (AP) -- A woman was found severely beaten, wrapped in duct tape and inside a plastic garbage can in her ex-husband's storage unit on Sunday, a day after she called 911 from the back of his truck saying he had abducted her.

Teri Jendusa-Nickolai, 38, was in serious but stable condition at a Park Ridge hospital, Wheeling Deputy Police Chief John Stone said.

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02-02-2004, 03:47 PM
hope she pulls through and they throw the book at her ex! He left her there to die...thank heavens someone found her.