CHILLING new details in the case of a “dismembered” woman have emerged after cops tracked down a suspect with a disturbing Google search history.
Chukwuebuka Nwobodo, 28, who is facing murder and evidence tampering charges in connection to the disappearance of 24-year-old Felicia Johnson, allegedly googled “how to be a serial killer.”
Nwobodo allegedly murdered and dismembered Johnson after luring her to his Houston home from her California home by promising her $500, das Tägliche Post berichtet.
They were reportedly communicating on Snapchat and Johnson was in town for an audition at a strip club.
Police reportedly found a gun, latex gloves, a large kitchen knife, and a shovel, in Nwobodo’s possession.
Investigators also allegedly discovered a “strong match” to Johnson’s DNA in Nwobodo’s apartment, nach erhaltenen Gerichtsakten KHOU 11.
Blood was found throughout his car and apartment, Berichte sagen.
Multiple Google searches were allegedly performed by Nwobodo.
Diese enthielten: “how does one plan a murder without getting caught” und “most forested part of Houston,” nach Gerichtsakten.
Johnson was reported missing from her hotel after her family found her phone covered in blood off the roadway near Bear Creek Pioneers Park in Texas.
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Police believe this is where Nwobodo dumped Johnson’s remains, Berichten zufolge.
Johnson likely left her hotel via an Uber on April 16, according to the police.
Police say Nwobodo then picked Johnson up from an apartment complex.
Detectives found that evidence suggests he killed Johnson inside his apartment and dumped her body a few days later.
Her remains have not been recovered.
KHOU reports Nwobodo received treatment at Clinic for a cut on his hand, which he says he got from trying to open a box.
The court documents reveal that on April 20, someone connected to Nwobodo’s gmail account searched if bleach and vinegar could remove DNA.
Im April 27, the same account searched how to permanently delete your search history, and the following day, documents reveal, the same account searched how to get away with murder.
About a week later, the account searched if police could check a missing person’s phone records.
Nwobodo was arrested and released during a traffic stop on May 14 – and police seized his phone at the stop.
Documents say his phone has a picture of a dismembered woman in and three photos of dead bodies.
The deceased victims were not identified.
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Nwobodo was charged in the case on June 9.
Anyone with information on Nwobodo’s whereabouts is encouraged to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.