- The Washington Times - Sunday, August 3, 2008

BALTIMORE (AP) | A man accused of kidnapping his 7-year-old daughter during a supervised visit in Boston last weekend was taken into custody Saturday in Baltimore, authorities said.

Clark Rockefeller was arrested by FBI agents and Baltimore police, said Special Agent Rich Wolf from the FBI’s Baltimore field office.

Mr. Rockefeller, 48, was picked up late Saturday afternoon at an apartment in the Mount Vernon neighborhood north of downtown, Baltimore Police spokesman Sterling Clifford said.

Neither the FBI nor Baltimore police released any information about Mr. Rockefeller’s daughter, Reigh Boss.

Mr. Rockefeller is accused of making elaborate plans to take his daughter by fleeing a social worker during a supervised visit last weekend and setting up two drivers to take them to New York City. They were last seen at Grand Central Terminal in New York on Sunday night.

Police initially suspected that Mr. Rockefeller was trying to flee to Bermuda or Peru on a yacht docked in Long Island. But they later concluded that Mr. Rockefeller may have planted false clues to throw investigators off his trail.

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