Police say husband staged his own kidnapping to party with buddies

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A Texas man is accused of going to extreme lengths to hang out with friends outside the house without his wife.

According to the San Antonio Express-News, 34-year-old Rogelio Andaverde allegedly orchestrated his own kidnapping on Tuesday by having two men with guns and masks enter the home and abduct him.

His wife, Maria Hernandez, was present at the time and is said to have called police immediately.

For hours, authorities conducted an intense search for Andaverde who ultimately ended up returning home without injuries on Thursday morning; he reportedly claimed the kidnappers simply let him go.

However, according to the police, during questioning, the man admitted to orchestrating the incident so he could "spend time with his friends and party."

As a Fox News report states, "Andaverde was charged with making a false report to police. He was released on $5,000 bail."

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In this photo taken from video, FBI agents collect evidence at an apartment complex in Atlanta, Thursday morning, April 10, 2014, where federal agents rescued kidnap victim Frank Arthur Janssen, of Wake Forest. N.C. John Strong, FBI special agent in charge in North Carolina, said the kidnapping of Janssen was related to his daughter's prosecution of North Carolina prisoner Kelvin Melton, who is serving a life sentence for his 2012 conviction for being a habitual felon. (AP Photo/Johnny Clark)
Workers repair a neighbor's front door, rear, blown off during a raid when FBI agents on Wednesday rescued Frank Arthur Janssen, of Wake Forest, N.C., from an apartment, foreground, in a housing complex in Atlanta, Thursday, April 10, 2014. John Strong, FBI special agent in charge in North Carolina, said Janssen's kidnapping was related to his daughter's prosecution of North Carolina prisoner Kelvin Melton, who is serving a life sentence for his 2012 conviction for being a habitual felon. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
Workers repair a neighbor's front door, at right, blown off during a raid when FBI agents on Wednesday rescued Frank Arthur Janssen, of Wake Forest, N.C., from an apartment, at left, in a housing complex in Atlanta, Thursday, April 10, 2014. John Strong, FBI special agent in charge in North Carolina, said Janssen's kidnapping was related to his daughter's prosecution of North Carolina prisoner Kelvin Melton, who is serving a life sentence for his 2012 conviction for being a habitual felon. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
A child sits outside the Atlanta, Ga., apartment, left, on Thursday, April 10, 2014, where federal agents rescued Frank Arthur Janssen, of Wake Forest. N.C. The five people accused of kidnapping Janssen sent his wife a picture of him tied up in the Atlanta apartment and threatened to torture and dismember him, authorities said Thursday. John Strong, FBI special agent in charge in North Carolina, said the kidnapping of Janssen was related to his daughter's prosecution of North Carolina prisoner Kelvin Melton, who is serving a life sentence for his 2012 conviction for being a habitual felon. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
A worker repairs a front door at an apartment complex in Atlanta, Thursday morning, April 10, 2014, where federal agents rescued Frank Arthur Janssen, of Wake Forest. N.C. John Strong, FBI special agent in charge in North Carolina, said the kidnapping of Janssen was related to his daughter's prosecution of North Carolina prisoner Kelvin Melton, who is serving a life sentence for his 2012 conviction for being a habitual felon. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
Residents look on as workers repair a neighbor's front door, center, at an apartment complex in Atlanta, Thursday morning, April 10, 2014, where federal agents rescued Frank Arthur Janssen, of Wake Forest. N.C. John Strong, FBI special agent in charge in North Carolina, said the kidnapping of Janssen was related to his daughter's prosecution of North Carolina prisoner Kelvin Melton, who is serving a life sentence for his 2012 conviction for being a habitual felon. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
In this photo taken from video and made available to The Associated Press, s federal agents walk through an apartment complex in Atlanta, Wednesday, April 9, 2014, after the agents rescued Frank Arthur Janssen, of Wake Forest. N.C. John Strong, FBI special agent in charge in North Carolina, said the kidnapping of Janssen was related to his daughter's prosecution of North Carolina prisoner Kelvin Melton, who is serving a life sentence for his 2012 conviction for being a habitual felon. (AP Photo)
Workmen repair a front door at an apartment complex in Atlanta, Thursday morning, April 10, 2014, where federal agents rescued Frank Arthur Janssen, of Wake Forest. N.C. John Strong, FBI special agent in charge in North Carolina, said the kidnapping of Janssen was related to his daughter's prosecution of North Carolina prisoner Kelvin Melton, who is serving a life sentence for his 2012 conviction for being a habitual felon. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
John Strong, FBI special agent in charge of North Carolina, is displayed on a camera monitor as he addresses the media during a news conference at the Wake Forest Town Hall on Thursday, April 10, 2014, in Wake Forest, N.C. Strong said the kidnapping of Frank Arthur Janssen was related to his daughter's prosecution of North Carolina prisoner Kelvin Melton, who is serving a life sentence for his 2012 conviction for being a habitual felon. Melton, 49, was also convicted of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill. (AP Photo/Allen G. Breed)
John Strong, FBI special agent in charge of North Carolina, addresses members of the media during a press conference at the Wake Forest Town Hall on Thursday, April 10, 2014, in Wake Forest, N.C. Strong said the kidnapping of Frank Arthur Janssen was related to his daughter's prosecution of North Carolina prisoner Kelvin Melton, who is serving a life sentence for his 2012 conviction for being a habitual felon. Melton, 49, was also convicted of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill. (AP Photo/Allen G. Breed)
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