Missing McKinney, Texas, Woman Found Dead After She Planned to Confront Boyfriend About Him Being Married and Using Fake Name
A 33-year-old Collin County, Texas, woman has been found dead after friends and loved ones reported her missing on Jan. 11, multiple outlets report.
Before she vanished, investigators said Kayla Kelley was planning to confront the man she was dating after she’d learned he was actually married and using a false name, NBC 5 reports.
After a weeks-long search, Kelley’s body was uncovered Wednesday in a field in Grand Prairie, Texas, the Collin County Sheriff’s Office confirmed.
Kelley was reported missing after friends and family failed to hear from her for several days, per NBC 5. After her disappearance, investigators found her car, dumped and “burned beyond recognition,” near her boyfriend Ocastor Shavon Ferguson’s place of work.
Ferguson and his wife had recently reported their Lexus stolen, and in another chilling turn, their car was later found near Kelley’s home with duct tape, gloves and a blanket inside it, ABC 8 reports.
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SOURCE: PEOPLE, Laura Barcella