Sierra Marie Quintanilla, 23, admitted that she lied about a kidnapping to get revenge, police said.
(McLennan County Jail)
A Texas woman who claimed that she was dragged by her hair into a vehicle and kidnapped has admitted that she fabricated the story in order to take revenge, police said.
Sierra Marie Quintanilla, 23, turned himself in to police Saturday after authorities determined she filed a false report of an alleged kidnapping is being taken by the father of her child, KWTX reported.
Quintanilla walked into a supermarket on Dec. 14 and he said, two men tried to kidnap her. She later told the police two men drove up to her in a parking lot and pushed her into a car.
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“The father of the child out of the car and began assaulting the woman before dragging her into the vehicle by her hair,” Waco police Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton said at the time of the incident. “Once in the car, the victim was threatened with a gun and the attack continued.”
Quintanilla, in the first instance claimed that she was able to jump out of the car and walk to a store to get help.
At the time, officers issued an alert for a region of Texas and stopped at least one vehicle in the pursuit of the supposed kidnappers.
But Quintanilla later recanted and told the police, she made the plan for revenge, KWTX reported.
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She was charged with making a false report.