The husband of the California mom who was kidnapped, tortured and starved for three weeks has passed a voluntary polygraph test.
Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko told The Post that Keith Papini “has been cooperative and even volunteered for a polygraph, which he passed.”
But Bosenko did not rule out Papini as a suspect in his wife Sherri’s Nov. 2 abduction while she was out for a jog in the rural town of Mountain Gate, where the couple lives with their two children.
“We are keeping an open mind and looking at all avenues,” Bosenko said.
Police were still searching for the suspects described as two Hispanic women who dumped Sherri on the side of a highway on Thanksgiving Day in Yolo County.
Sherri, 34, had been severely beaten, branded and starved. Her blond locks had been chopped off.