San Diego Woman Agreed to Meet Man for $500 in Houston, Then Disappeared 

Houston, Texas- Chukwuebuka Nwobodo, 28, is wanted by police on charges of murder and tampering with evidence in connection to the disappearance of 24-year-old Felicia Johnson. Johnson, a native of San Diego, Calif. was in Houston visiting family, when she is said to have taken an uber to a residence where she was picked up by Nwobodo and driven to another residence where police believe she was killed.

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In April, Johnson’s cellphone which was covered in blood, were found near a park in Houston. Her purse was also found. Police allege Nwobodo agreed to pay Johnson $500 for an in-person meeting, after their social media correspondence was discovered by authorities.

Nwobodo is currently on the run and Johnson’s body has not yet been discovered by police. He was arrested in connection to Johnson’s death shortly after her disappearance, but for some reason had been released by authorities.

“The suspect allegedly purchased a saw, trash bags, towels and a flashlight, following Johnson’s disappearance. Latex gloves, a kitchen knife and a shovel reportedly turned up during a search of Nwodobo’s car, in addition to Johnson’s blood in the trunk and backseat. Her blood was also found in Nwobodo’s apartment, according to KRIV. A search of the suspect’s internet records found he allegedly Googled “how to be a serial killer” and “how does one plan a murder without getting caught,” the station reports. Investigators said they found photos of a dismembered woman and three other dead bodies on Nwobodo’s phone.”

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