Missing Texas Woman Is Found Dead After Planning to Confront Boyfriend About Him Being Married

A 33-year-old Collin Region, Texas, lady has been found dead after companions and friends and family revealed her missing on Jan. 11, different outlets report.

Before she disappeared, examiners said Kayla Kelley was wanting to defy the man she was dating after she’d learned he was really hitched and utilizing a misleading name, NBC 5 reports.

Following a weeks-in length search, Kelley’s body was revealed Wednesday in a field in Stupendous Grassland, Texas, the Collin District Sheriff’s Office affirmed.

Kelley was accounted for missing after loved ones neglected to hear from her for a few days, per NBC 5.

After her vanishing, agents tracked down her vehicle, unloaded and “consumed to the point of being unrecognizable,” close to her beau Ocastor Shavon Ferguson’s work environment.

Ferguson and his significant other had as of late detailed their Lexus taken, and in one more chilling turn, their vehicle was subsequently found close to Kelley’s home with conduit tape, gloves and a sweeping inside it, ABC 8 reports. When addressed by specialists, Ferguson said he’d keep going seen Kelley on Jan. 10 when she dropped him off working.

He guaranteed she was supposed to get back to bring him lunch at 6 pm, yet she won’t ever show.

He likewise purportedly told police his Lexus was stopped close to Kelley’s home since he was attempting to disguise it from his better half, per NBC 5.

Ferguson and Kelley supposedly started dating the previous summer subsequent to meeting on the web. He utilized the name “Kevin” with her since he didn’t believe she should know his actual personality, reports state. Before she vanished, she supposedly told companions she expected to defy him with respect to his lies about being hitched, as well as about his utilization of a phony name. In texts audited by police, Kelley told Ferguson she would let his significant other about her know if he didn’t answer, WFAA reports.

As per a capture warrant explored by NBC 5, Ferguson’s significant other purportedly told specialists she’d got an instant message from an obscure individual lately saying they expected to tell her something. His better half purportedly didn’t answer, per NBC5. The warrant additionally demonstrated that Ferguson’s telephone records showed he’d been close to Kelley’s home, as well as where her vehicle was tracked down consumed and abandoned, on Jan. 10. Where Kelley’s body was found was under a mile from where Ferguson resided, ABC 8 says.

Ferguson was captured on Jan. 14 and has been accused of hijacking and pyromania. “We accept the individual answerable for [Kelley’s] demise is in care,” Sheriff Jim Skinner told WFAA.

Ferguson is currently being held in the Collin Region Prison on obligations of more than $1 million. It’s hazy in the event that he’s presented a request or held a lawyer to talk for his benefit.