Suspect charged with murder remains at-large following disappearance of missing woman Felicia Johnson

HOUSTON – Charges have been filed within the missing particular person’s case of Felicia Johnson, who disappeared after leaving a Houston nightclub almost two months in the past, based on the Houston Police Department.

Chukwuebuka Nwobodo, 28, was charged with murder and tampering with proof on Thursday. He is presently not in custody and remains to be at-large.

Johnson, 24, was final seen leaving the Cover Girls Night Club within the 10300 block of West Little York Road on April 15. She was reported missing from the InterContinental Houston – Medical Center lodge at 6750 Main Street on April 16.

Just days after Felicia was reported missing, police stated her cellphone was discovered coated in blood off the roadway in Bear Creek Pioneers Park close to Highway 6 and Clay Road. Further investigation revealed Johnson left the lodge in a car within the early morning hours on April 16, based on HPD.

Detectives then recognized Nwobodo as a suspect in Johnson’s disappearance.


Police stated he picked up Johnson from an house advanced at 3233 Windchase Boulevard and he took her to his house at 14935 South Richmond Avenue. According to proof, Nwobodo allegedly killed Johnson inside his house earlier than disposing of her personal objects in Bear Creek Pioneers Park.

“That definitely puts fear in me,” Xenia Brewington stated.

Brewington says she lived throughout from Nwobodo on the Link Apartments and remembers SWAT officers coming to the advanced on May 13.

“I heard them trying to get him to come outside then I heard them actually force their way into the apartment,” she stated.

It is believed he disposed of Johnson’s physique sooner or later inside the subsequent few days.

At this time, her physique has not been recovered, police stated.

Anyone with info on Nwobodo’s whereabouts or info surrounding her disappearance is requested to name the Houston Police Department at (832) 394-1840 or Texas EquuSearch at 713-308-3600 or CrimeStoppers at 713-222-8477.


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