VALLEJO (KRON) — Twists continue to emerge in the kidnapping hoax of 30-year-old Denise Huskins of Vallejo.
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Huskins’ alleged abductors emailed the newspaper, making a veiled threat on the Vallejo Police Department.
The Chronicle released the email which said, “the message included a veiled threat: If Vallejo police — and specifically Lt. Kenny Park, a spokesman for the department — did not apologize by noon Tuesday, “I/we may be the direct agent of harm. But it will be made crystal clear that the Vallejo Police Department, and you, Mr. Park, had every opportunity to stop it.”
The noon deadline came and went without incident, but the Chronicle reports that it did receive another email Tuesday.
In this one, the person who says he was the leader of Huskins’ kidnappers apologized for making the threat against Vallejo Police Department and said he would turn himself in if his co-conspirators were given immunity from prosecution.
If that wasn’t accepted, the sender wrote that he might “go overseas and teach English,” or maybe “live off the grid and read books for the rest of my life.”
The self-proclaimed leader continued, writing “for what it’s worth, what could have ended up as a prolific and dangerous criminal group has disbanded…and you have Denise Huskins to thank for that.”
The email ended with the sender writing, “I might have another spray-painted squirt gun. Or maybe it will be a real gun, empty. Or maybe not empty. Don’t think too hard about that, just aim true and get it done.”
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