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ATLANTA – Georgia’s “runaway bride,” whose much-publicized disappearance days before her wedding turned out to be just a case of cold feet, was indicted on Wednesday on two charges of falsely claiming she was abducted, authorities said.

Jennifer Wilbanks, 32, vanished from her home in Duluth, near Atlanta, days before her wedding in April, triggering a nationwide search.

She was found a few days later in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Wilbanks at first said she had been abducted while jogging and sexually assaulted, but later changed her story, telling police she had fled Georgia because she was scared about her lavish wedding.

Wilbanks would face up to six years in prison if convicted on both the charges, Gwinnett County district attorney Danny Porter, said, announcing the indictment by a grand jury earlier on Wednesday.

“At some point you just can’t lie to the police,” he said.

Porter said Wilbanks faced one count of making a false statement to a government agency, a felony charge that carries a sentence of up to five years, and one of falsely reporting a crime, a misdemeanor that carries a term of up to one year.

“We believe this is a reasonable next step in this case and we believe the grand jury made the appropriate decision,” Porter said.

He said he did not know where Wilbanks was currently, but he had been in touch with her attorney. The next step would be a warrant for Wilbanks’ arrest, Porter said, adding he was confident she would turn herself in.

Wilbanks’ attorney, Lydia Sartain, has said her client did not commit any crime, but regrets the anguish she put her family and the community through.

The city of Duluth wants Wilbanks to pay it $43,000, which it says the four-day search for the woman cost in police pay and other expenses.



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