72-year-old’s son says his father told him he had been picked up by three women
By Alice Du Pont
Thursday, January 17, 2013 at 1:00 am (Updated: January 17, 1:00 am)
Garrett Hughes, the 72-yer-old Gretna man who was the subject of a week-long manhunt, has been found safe. Interim Gretna Police Chief Carlos De La Cruz said a call came to the police station shortly after 1 a.m. Saturday morning from a woman who said she saw a man outside of her home gathering sticks. The individual fit the description the woman she had seen on television earlier in the week of the missing man.
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