Depression Cited In Fake Wi. Student “Abduction”

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Depression brought on by the death of a favorite aunt caused Audrey Seiler, 20, to lose touch with reality and prompted her to slip away from her apartment in March to think things through, the Wisconsin State Journal quotes her attorney as saying. When she was found four days later, she told police that a man who had abducted her was hiding nearby. For lying about her disappearance, Seiler, who had pleaded guilty to two counts of obstructing police, was put on probation yesterday. Dane County Circuit Judge James Martin ordered her to re-pay part of the cost . . .

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