JESSUP, Md. — Authorities on Friday initially said they rescued a woman who was abducted in Virginia, but by Friday afternoon police said that the abduction did not happen.

Howard County police were notified around 6 a.m. that authorities in Virginia were investigating an alleged abduction of a woman and that she may be in the Jessup area.

Authorities said they found the woman at a truck stop in the 7600 block of Rappahanock Avenue in Jessup.

A male truck driver, who had not been identified, was also arrested at that location, police said. 

Through Investigators learned that the initial report of an abduction was incorrect and after consultation with police in Virginia, no charges were filed. Shortly before 1 p.m. Howard County police sent an update saying the report was wrong.

No further details were immediately available. 

Stay with for more on this developing story. 

Woman abducted in Virginia was found by Howard County Police
Howard County Police located a woman that was abducted in Virginia.

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