Felicia Johnson’s remains found in Texas: authorities
Authorities confirmed the worst fears about a missing woman who went missing in the Lone Star State. California resident Felicia Johnson, 24, is dead and MP say that they found their remains on February 7, 2023 in Montgomery County, Texas. Officials announced Monday that these belonged to Johnson. A local magistrate said these were just “parts” of her body.
The search for her alleged killer continues. Houston, Texas, police said in June they believe Chukwuebuka Nwobodo murdered her. Officers are still looking for him, claiming he made suspicious searches like “what does bleach do with blood?” “the woodiest part of Houston” and “how to kill without getting caught”.
Johnson was last seen on April 16 at 14935 South Richmond Avenue – the address of Nwobodo’s apartment. said officers. She was reported missing from the InterContinental Houston – Medical Center hotel the same day, they said.
“The report was prepared after her bloodied cell phone was found off the roadway at Bear Creek Pioneers Park near Highway 6 and Clay Road,” police wrote. “Further investigation determined that Johnson left the hotel in a vehicle in the early hours of April 16.”
Officials claim he picked Johnson up from an apartment complex at 3233 Windchase Boulevard. He took her to his apartment at 14935 South Richmond Avenue.
There is evidence he killed her at his home and then disposed of her personal effects at Bear Creek Pioneers Park in Houston, officials said. Officials said they believed he would get rid of her body in the next few days.
The search for Johnson reached a pivotal moment on February 7th. Human bones may have been found that day, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office said. Deputies responded to the Sam Houston National Forest near Flamingo Lakes Road and Highway 149.
“The remains were determined to be indeed human and samples were sent for DNA and dental records analysis,” MPs said. “It is with a heavy heart that we report that dental records have confirmed the human remains of missing person Felicia Johnson of California. Our hearts go out to the family and friends of Johnson and we hope this brings them closure.”
Judge Wayne L. Mack, Montgomery County District 1 Justice of the Peace, told Law&Crime over the phone that these were “parts” of Johnson’s body and belonged to the torso. There is currently no formal determination of the cause or manner of death, but the presumptive determination of the manner of death is manslaughter, he said.
Mack expressed thoughts and prayers for the family and expressed hope that this discovery will help them find closure.
“They’re doing the best they can,” he told Law&Crime after speaking with them on Monday. “It’s a terrible scenario for them.”
The Houston Police Department asked for the public’s support:
Anyone with information regarding Nwobodo’s whereabouts or in this case is urged to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.
Do you have a tip we should know? [email protected]
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