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Alabama man wanted in the disappearance of a UFC fighter’s step-daughter was arrested by U.S. Marshals in Florida

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A man wanted in connection with the disappearance of a UFC fighter Walt Harris, the 19-year-old step-daughter, was arrested in Florida late Thursday night, a day after police released video surveillance showing him the location of where the victim was last seen.

Also Yazeed, 29, was booked into the Escambia County Jail on Friday at around 2:38 a.m., after the U. s. Marshals and local police tracked him to an area in the vicinity of the Freeway (I-10 and Pine Forest Rd. in Pensacola, where he was said to be hiding in a brushy area, all of them dressed in black, WEAR-tv reported.

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Yazeed was arrested on an out-of-state-fugitive free of charge and is being held without bond, according to inmate records.

A warrant was issued Thursday for the arrest of Abraham Yazeed, 29, on a charge of kidnapping in the first degree, in the work of Aniah Blanchard, 19.
(Escambia County Jail/ Auburn Police Department )

It is most likely that he is awaiting extradition to Alabama, where a warrant was issued Thursday for his arrest on the charge of kidnapping in the first degree, in the work of Aniah Blanchard.

Auburn Police said in a news release that Blanchard had disappeared on Oct. 23, after she was last seen on video surveillance at a convenience store on South College Street. Its 2017 Honda CR-V, which was then seen heading in a southerly direction on the same street. The researchers say that’s the last time, after talking to a friend just before midnight.

She was reported missing by her family the next day.

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On Oct. 25, her vehicle was found to be substantially damaged and was abandoned in an apartment complex in Montgomery. A few days later, the police announced that they found a criminal, after the evidence is collected on the vehicle notice that Blanchard “has been compromised and is considered to have been a victim of a crime.”

Blanchard’s car was found two days after she was last seen at an apartment complex in Montgomery.
(Auburn Police Department )

On Thursday, police identified, Yazeed, as the suspect seen in the same video surveillance as a Blanchard before she was gone.

Yazeed was taken into custody several hours later, at which time he was admitted to a hospital after complaining of pain in the chest area, WEAR-tv reported.

An undated mugshot provided by the Auburn Police Department, shows, Yazeed, after police identified him from video surveillance (on the right) was taken from the inside of a convenience store on South College Street on Aug.23.
(Auburn Police Department)

A mugshot, of the Escambia County Jail, appeared to him to be seen with a black eye.

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Auburn police said that Yazeed on the bond for the kidnapping and attempted murder charges at the time of Blanchard’s disappearance.

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