A 2nd suspect has been arrested in relation to the disappearance Aniah Blanchard, Lee County District Lawyer Brandon Hughes confirmed.
Antwain “Squirmy” Fisher, of Montgomery, was arrested Friday night time by Auburn law enforcement and was booked into Lee County Jail on Saturday morning. In accordance to the jail web page, 35-year-outdated Fisher has been charged with initial-diploma kidnapping. Details about Fisher’s arrests have not been released.
Blanchard, a 19-year-previous faculty college student, has been lacking considering the fact that Oct. 23. She was past witnessed at Chevron retail store on South College Street in Auburn. Blood evidence was learned on the passenger side of Blanchard’s auto, which was recovered from an condominium advanced in Montgomery on Oct. 26. The proof was submitted to the Alabama Section of Forensic Sciences and verified to be that of Blanchard.
Ibraheem Yazeed, 29, was the initial to be arrested in the situation previously this month and was billed with kidnapping. Throughout a preliminary listening to in Lee County District Court on Wednesday, an Auburn police officer testified that a witness saw Yazeed force Blanchard into her automobile against her will.