SENECA, SC (WSPA) – A 911 call about a possible kidnapping in Seneca turned out to be a false call, the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office says.
SWAT teams were called to the scene on Goddard Avenue after the kidnapping call at around 10:30 Sunday morning.
Two people, a man and a woman were in the house at the time, the Sheriff’s Office says both came out of the house without incident.
Deputies say they determined there was nobody else in the home and that the man who called 911 appeared to be unstable. Both the man and the woman were taken to the hospital for a medical evaluation.
No charges have been filed at this time but the case remains under investigation.
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