Woman feared to be kidnapped by boyfriend in Oklahoma is said to be in no danger
Morgan Rower called the police and a news outlet to say there was nothing to worry about and did not know what the fuss was about
A woman who was kidnapped in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, is considered safe after the authorities looked for her for hours thinking she was kidnapped and that she was in danger. The police, at this moment, is very interested in finding the man she was last seen with and talk to him.
Witnesses told the cops that Justin Korf, 36, and his girlfriend Morgan Rower, 29, had been in a heated argument with each other before he took removed her from a home in Broken Arrow by force.
Korf and Rower allegedly called News On 6 as well as the Broken Arrow Police Department in the morning on April 24 to say that they were together by choice and that they have no idea what all the commotion was about.
Police officers saw the vehicle that the couple was last seen in on April 24 afternoon in a neighborhood in Broken Arrow close to 7th and Fort Worth.
The investigators on the case say that they had found Rower and had asked her about what had happened. They reported that the woman appeared like she was safe and she also told them that she had clue where her boyfriend was at the time.
Officer James Koch told News On 6: "They are trying to get to the bottom of the story and trying to figure out how it started and the circumstances behind everything."
Nevertheless, officials have said that they will continue to investigate the matter till they make contact with either Korf or Rower.
Investigators have said that Rower's safety is their priority and all they want Korf to do is come forward and say his side of the story. The police do not think he is a danger to the public at the moment.
Although Korf was a criminal before and had a conviction for assault and battery, the police are currently investigating to see if any charges are to be filed in this case.
The page on the website of the Department of Corrections says that Korf also goes by the aliases Justin WKore and Justin W Orf.