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2nd Son Returns To Indiana After 1995 Abduction

GREENFIELD, Ind. (AP) – The second of a central Indiana man's three children abducted by their mother to Mexico in 1995 has returned for a reunion with this father.

Relatives say 25-year-old Andrew Slinkard is back with his father's family in Greenfield. His arrival comes six months after his younger brother Nathan walked into the U.S. Consulate in Guadalajara and asked to return to Indiana.

Deb Slinkard-Pomeroy tells the Daily Reporter that the return of her nephews is a dream come true. She says they are adjusting well and the family is getting to know each other again.

Hancock County Sheriff Mike Shepard tells WTHR-TV the hope is that by keeping the family's reunion low key that 21-year-old Sydney Slinkard will also return to see her father.

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