FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Police are hoping the public will help them find a missing 25-year-old Fort Worth woman while they hold her ex-boyfriend in jail on suspicion of foul play.READ MORE: NASCAR To Require Masks In Enclosed Areas Going Forward
Typhenie Johnson was last seen in the parking lot of her East Fort Worth apartment complex, Post Oak East, Monday night.
Johnson stands about 5’4″ tall, and weighs approximately 135 pounds and was last seen wearing a pink shirt and black and white pants.
Investigator say Johnson’s brother invited the ex-boyfriend, 32-year-old Christopher Revill, over to watch Monday Night Football. While there, investigators say Revill met Johnson’s new boyfriend for the first time. Witnesses say Johnson and her ex then went outside to talk. Johnson was later seen closing the trunk of his white, compact, four-door Chevy and driving away police said.
“Where did he go after he left the apartment complex?” Fort Worth Police Department Jimmy Pollozani said. “Multiple times the brother of the missing person tried to call him on several occasions. But he wasn’t picking up the phone and the please department actually called him and he did not pick up the phone.”READ MORE: Centers For Disease Control Issues New Eviction Moratorium
While trying to contact Revill, police found clues near where Revill’s car had been parked.
“They actually located what appeared to be a sock, keys in the cell phone belonging to Miss Johnson, the missing person,” Pollozani said. “So,” that’s where we elevated how are missing person to foul play, suspicion of foul play.
Revill finally returned to the apartment. Police say his shirt was soaking wet. They’re still not sure why.
“The individual returned back to the scene and was talked to, then read his rights by major case detectives and was interviewed and was arrested, charged and booked for kidnapping and the bond was set at $50,000,” Pollozani said.
Police are now searching for Johnson and asking anyone with any information that might be helpful to contact them at 817-392-4430, 817-335-4222 or 911.MORE NEWS: High Transmission Risk Leads Dallas County To Raise COVID Threat Level To Red
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