Daily Wisdom

April 30, 2005

Wilbanks Reveals Secret Identity

ALBEQUERQUE, NM -- In what has turned out to be an extraordinary chain of events, missing bride-to-be Jennifer Wilbanks was found to be alive and well in Albequerque, New Mexico today. Of course, the parents and prospective bridegroom of Jennifer are relieved to know that she is OK. However, Jennifer has been forced to admit that she is really an undercover cop who was in pursuit of a fugitive.

In a fashion reminiscent of a bad TV show, Jennifer (aka, SWAT-girl) Wilbanks, learned on Tuesday afternoon that a criminal she had been staking out for weeks had decided to flee from Georgia. It is believed that he got a tip he was being watched. Jennifer was due to arrest the suspect on Thursday night, just two days before her upcoming wedding.

It was decision-time for Jennifer... lose the suspect and stay for the wedding? ...or follow the fugitive in hopes of a take-down? Jennifer took the courageous course and followed the suspect on a whirlwind trip to Las Vegas and ultimately to Albequerque where she nabbed the suspect. Way to go Jen!

9 Comments:

At 4/30/2005 5:03 PM , Anonymous bill frist said...

FRIST!!!! Jenny, you go girl!

 
At 4/30/2005 8:39 PM , Anonymous mig said...

Well, I had a feeling that it wasn't real. And I feel so sorry for that guy. It's like those guys that propose on TV and the girl says no and bolts! I think it is wonderful that the family is so kind and forgiving. But I would dump her.

 
At 4/30/2005 8:51 PM , Anonymous Maggie said...

Boy oh boy did Jen's fiance luck
out.I can see her in the future with kids and then when things get really tough,she leaves.That young man needs to get on his knees and thank his Heavenly Father
that he was spared a lifetime of heartache.

 
At 4/30/2005 8:59 PM , Blogger Hawkeye® said...

Maggie, Mig,
I was thinking about a different story where Jen is recovering in the hospital from a disease called frigidus pedes or "cold feet" in English. If nothing else, it may be a case of near-fatal embarassment.

 
At 4/30/2005 9:14 PM , Blogger camojack said...

OK, I confess...she was with me.

Happy now?!

 
At 5/01/2005 1:11 AM , Blogger Marc with a "c" said...

I'm glad I didn't say anything about the story before today, cause I thought her fiance did something to her.

 
At 5/01/2005 2:59 AM , Blogger Kajun said...

Marc with a "c":

Are you sure he was a democrat?

 
At 5/02/2005 7:02 PM , Blogger 'da Bunny said...

Very funny camojack...what would your wife say to that?!?

I feel really sorry for her fiance', and of course, her family. What an incredibily cruel, self-centered thing for her to do. If you're having second thoughts, talk to your fiance' about it, and/or call the wedding off, but don't just "disappear", leaving people to think the worst. (A la Chandra Levy, Laci Peterson, etc.) I hope she is, at the very least, made to pay restitution for all the time and effort spent by local law enforcement in trying to locate her. What a kook!

 
At 5/08/2005 12:06 PM , Anonymous ILISSA said...

I think she did the best thing...she should have just called let her family know she was OK and signed herself into a facility like Greystone or Marlboro...for some mental Helaht care

 

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