Another Arrest In Harris’ Missing Daughter Case
A third man has been arrested late on Monday, per WSFA in Alabama David Johnson Jr. has been arrested and charged with hindering prosecution. He was arrested in Montgomery.
A month since 19-year-old Aniah Blanchard was reported missing, a second person has been arrested in relation to her alleged kidnapping.
35-year-old Antwon Fisher stood before a Lee County, Alabama judge on Monday charged for kidnapping in the first degree, following an arrest on Friday by both Auburn, Alabama police and U.S. Marshalls.
Fisher is alleged to have helped the first suspect identified, Ibraheem Yazeed with transportation and “disposing of evidence.”
Fisher has a lengthy rap sheet that includes a Capital Murder charge from a 2004 killing of a Millbrook, Alabama resident during an apparent drug deal/
The suspect pled guilty in 2005, serving three years of a 20/3 split per District Attorney Brandon Hughes, who battled Fisher getting bail or being released on his own recognizance.
Fisher’s public defender contended that his client, a working married father of four was not a flight risk and that he needed bond to help support his family until a trial was set.
The judge decided to remand Fisher without bail, claiming among other reasons, Fisher’s prior arrest warrants for unpaid traffic tickets, which Fisher never stood in front of a judge for.
Blanchard has not been seen since October 23rd where she was last seen inside an Auburn convenience store around the same time frame as Yazeed.
A gag order has been put in effect which has kept Blanchard’s family, including her stepfather, UFC heavyweight Walt Harris, from addressing the issue publicly.