Reports of an apparent abduction on Monday in Burleson proved false, Burleson Police Department officials said. The incident instead involved two people engaging in a domestic disturbance with one another, police said.

Police received word of the possible abduction at 7:23 a.m. The incident occurred near Evandale Road and Parkridge Boulevard in the Oak Valley Edition.

A witness reported seeing a white male force an individual into the back of a gray or silver four-door vehicle with tinted windows.

Police contacted Burleson ISD and learned that two school bus stops are in the area. Police accounted for all the students using both stops. Police also obtained absentee lists from the schools that day and were able to account for all absent students residing in Oak Valley.

Police received a call at noon from a witness who reported seeing an individual matching the description of the abduction suspect in the 400 block of Post Oak Street. The witness said the man was hiding on her front porch and told the witness he did not want police to see him because he had been involved in a dispute with another man and woman earlier in the morning and police had been called.

The man left the location on foot and could not immediately be located by police, according to reports.

Police later located the vehicle and all three suspects connected to the reported abduction. Which is when they determined the event involved a domestic disturbance between the parties, not an abduction.

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