Duluth, Georgia - After a jaunt by plane, Jennifer Wilbanks was delivered back to Georgia where she was met by family and friends. Amongst of which was John Mason her Groom. John who, was worried the entire time of her absence, came face to face and cried aloud, "You're not Jennifer!", where then he stormed off to resume the search. A brief and embarrassing pause of silence escaped the crowd and finally understand John, left too. The Police came immediately to apprehend the imposter. Duluth authorities where quick to respond to comments made by reporters after an interview and questioning the new suspect in the Kidnapping case of Jennifer Wilbanks. Responding to questions, Duluth Detectives stated that the Jennifer impersonator made up her story to "pick up" where Jennifer left off, hoping to marry into the family of lawyers and cashing in on the fame. Assuming all would have worked, Jane Wilbanks Doe could have made hundreds of thousands of dollars and had a lush lifestyle to boot. Now, she could face several charges, such as impeding an investigation, conspiracy to kidnapping, falsely reporting a crime and as well as a small handful of grifter laws.
John Mason Said later that if she where "really" Jennifer, there would be far less consequences than the added charges of conspiracy. That and he could not cash in on the $750,000.00 life insurance policy taken out on her 4 years ago. Mason is continuing his search, this time for a body, since this latest development. "If she was sent to be an imposter, then it's almost sure that Jennifer didn't survive." Claims John, "What is such a terrible thing is that all of her medical and dental records where recently destroyed in an accident, so there is no way to identify a body if found, or the absolution of the imposter who is rotting in prison (smiling)."
In the reporters conclusion, if you think you have a failsafe plan to ditch your love one, waste the time of 600 of your close friends and family members, as well as wasting non-refundable wedding money, cut your hair and take a Greyhound on a half baked monkey scheme to sow your wild oats in Vegas, then make sure your ball and chain isn't a lawyer from a family of lawyers with a life insurance policy and a penchant to out scheme Satan on a winning streak in a double down deuces wild poker game.