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Ohio man falsely tells police infant is in stolen car to get quicker response, reports say

Ohio man falsely tells police infant is in stolen car to get quicker response, reports say
The man who reported the car stolen later admitted to Cincinnati police that the child was never inside the vehicle, reports say.

However, there was no infant in the car, WCPO Channel 9 reports.The man changed his story, admitting the child was never in the car and actually was safe with a family member in Middletown, Ohio, WLWT Channel 5 reports.CINCINNATI, Ohio — A man whose car was stolen is now in trouble himself after he reportedly lied to police and said an infant was in the vehicle in an apparent attempt to get a quicker response.The car was stolen from a gas station at about 9:45 p.

Two suspects managed to escape capture.“He stated that there’s some money in the car and that’s why he told us there was a 10-month-old in the car, because he knew it would be a top priority for us if this was the case,” Cincinnati Police Capt.

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