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TX TYPHENIE JOHNSON: Missing from Fort Worth, TX - 10 Oct 2016 - Age 25 *Revill GUILTY of Kidnapping*

Discussion in 'Missing 2015 to Present' started by SheWhoMustNotBeNamed, Oct 13, 2016.

  1. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

  2. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Missing Fort Worth woman's ex-boyfriend charged with kidnapping

    A missing woman's ex-boyfriend was arrested on a kidnapping charge even though she hasn’t been found.

    Police say 25-year-old Typhenie Johnson was last seen Monday evening at the Post Oak East Apartments on Tristan Lane in northeast Fort Worth. Her friends told police they were immediately suspicious about her disappearance.

    Police say Typhenie’s ex-boyfriend, Chris Revill, was the last person to see her and do suspect foul play.

    Typhenie's twin brother, Asher, his girlfriend and another friend say they were inside the apartment as the ex-couple talked outside in the parking lot the night she disappeared.

    “It had kind of escalated from a regular conversation and making Chris leave here because he was gathering up his stuff,” Asher recalled. “Chris had come back up, and I asked him where my sister went. And he said she jumped into another car.”

    Asher said it was out of character for his sister to just leave without telling them. So he went downstairs to check on her.

    “That's when I had seen his car backed in right back here with the trunk open,” he said.


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  3. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Park near suspect parents' home searched in Fort Worth woman disappearance

    Fort Worth Police detectives focused their search for Typhenie Johnson to a small park near her ex-boyfriend's parents’ home.

    On Thursday night, as major crime unit detectives wrapped up their search, Johnson's brother, Asher, arrived at the scene to get an update.

    “We don’t want to step on their toes. They’re doing their job. And they're doing one heck of a job. Much respect,” he said.

    He and others were planning a brief search party of their own into the night.

    Investigators searched Revill's parents house 14 miles away in East Fort Worth and found a bra that appeared to be stretched and pulled, a woman's shirt, a man's shirt and a wrist watch.

    Officer Jimmy Pollozani says those items led multiple teams from the major crimes task force to descend on Sandy Lane Park late Thursday.

    Fort Worth police confirm they’re also looking at Revill’s connection to the 2006 disappearance of a different Fort Worth woman.

    He was never considered a suspect in the disappearance of Taalibah Islam, but did report her missing to authorities at the time. The two had a child together.

    That case is still an open investigation of a missing person, and Pollozani said they would be taking another look at it.

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  4. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Two ex-girlfriends of Fort Worth kidnapping suspect have vanished

    A Fort Worth man held on a kidnapping charge in connection with the disappearance of his ex-girlfriend had another ex-girlfriend vanish a decade ago.

    Taalibah Islam, whom Christopher Revill had a son with, was last seen in January 2006.

    According to that report, Revill told police he had last seen Islam, who at the time was his ex-girlfriend, five days earlier when she had been visiting him in the 1900 block of Bay Oaks Court with their child.

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  5. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Search Temporarily Suspended For Missing Fort Worth Woman

    The search for a missing Fort Worth woman continued into Friday night without any results.

    Investigators searched a wooded-area near Sandy Lane Park in East Fort Worth trying to find Typhenie Johnson, who was last seen on Monday.

    Police made the decision to call off the search Friday night and said it will resume the efforts on Monday. Investigators have been working around the clock for days.

    The family of Johnson thanked police for their continued efforts and said it was their turn to pitch in to help.

    “We know they’ve been exhausted. They’ve been here around the clock. So we know that they’re exhausted. That’s why we’re out here doing our part and we just got to do what we can do,” said Asher Johnson, the suspect’s brother.

    The Johnson family plans to meet with reporters on Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m. at the Fort Worth Police East Division Headquarters. After that, family and friends plan to resume their search efforts near the Valero gas station on Trinity Boulevard at 1:00 p.m.

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  6. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Family of missing woman: ‘We just want to bring her home’

    Typhenie Johnson’s family, which has requested privacy through the investigation into her disappearance early this week, spoke out, often through tears, for the first time Saturday to reporters in Fort Worth.

    Johnson’s mother, Deborah Johnson Stub, thanked Fort Worth police, volunteers who have been helping with the search, and people who have been supportive on social media.

    “We are very, very grateful,” she said. “We just want to bring her home. Hopefully, we’ll find Typhenie, and we’ll find her safe.”

    From Iowa and South Dakota, her mother, aunt, uncles and cousins traveled to North Texas Wednesday to help with the search. They said Johnson is a talkative, wonderful person who is full of life.

    “The support has been phenomenal — beyond words,” Johnson’s uncle, Mike Johnson, said. “These people don’t know us, but they’ve been putting in their time.”

    More than 100 police officers and volunteers searched more than 400 acres near Johnson’s apartment and Sandy Lane Park, the area surrounding Revill’s place of residence in the 7500 block of Calmar Court in Fort Worth.

    Officials called off the search late Friday and said they will not search during the weekend unless they have new leads. Otherwise, police plan to resume their search Monday.

    Sgt. Marc Povero said that evidence from Revill’s phone led them to the places they’ve been searching but that they are hoping for new evidence to move the search forward.

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  7. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Clothes found near Lake Arlington during search for missing woman

    Police are examining several items of clothing found by volunteers over the weekend who were helping in the search for Typhenie Johnson, 25, of Fort Worth, who went missing one week ago.

    The clothing was found in a wooded area near Sandy Lane north of Lake Arlington, Fort Worth police spokesman Daniel Segura said. Determining who owns the clothes will depend on lab results and other leads in the investigation, he said.

    Police planned to resume their search today for Johnson, who was last seen Monday night with her ex-boyfriend at the Post Oak East apartments in far east Fort Worth, near Texas 360 and Trinity Boulevard.

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  8. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

  9. MadgeS

    MadgeS Bronze Member

    :eek: daum
  10. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    NGAN Asks Fort Worth Police to Involve State, Feds in Missing Persons Investigations

    In a news conference Monday, The Next Generation Action Network and the families of two missing women asked the Fort Worth Police Department to involve the state and federal investigators in the search for the women.

    NGAN officials asked the department to request help from state authorities and the FBI in the search for Typhenie Johnson, who was last seen Oct. 10 at the Post Oak East Apartments in Fort Worth, and Taalibah Islam, who vanished in January 2006.

    Revill has been arrested on suspicion of kidnapping Johnson, but so far faces no other charges.

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  11. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    Here's a picture of his first possible victim, Taalibah Islam.


  12. Coldjustice

    Coldjustice Founder of Bring our Missing Home, Inc.

    still searching

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    Coldjustice Founder of Bring our Missing Home, Inc.


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  14. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Frustration Grows For Family Of Missing Fort Worth Woman

    The family of Typhenie Johnson, 25, is frustrated they still do not have any answers from investigators after she went missing nearly seven weeks ago.

    “It’s been a living hell,” said Deborah Johnson Strub, the missing woman’s mother. “Someone has to know. You just don’t disappear.”

    While she appreciates all of the volunteers who continue to search, Strub says she is a little frustrated with investigators and the lack of any answers.

    “I feel that they’re sitting waiting for evidence or new leads to come drop on in front of them,” said Johnson Strub.

    “I realize that there are so many missing, Amber alerts, missing people that are down here,” said Johnson Strub. “But as the mother, Typhenie’s always going to be the priority.”

    Fort Worth Police said there is no update on the case.

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  15. TripleA

    TripleA Zoo Keeper

    Wow - his two ex-gfs look a lot alike! I don't see this ending well. IMO this is a recovery. Hopefully he was talk and give the locations of both young ladies.
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  16. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    After Nearly 2 Months FWPD Continues Search For Missing Woman

    Police in Fort Worth now say the search for Typhenie Johnson, a woman missing for nearly two months, is the largest in that city’s history.

    So far police and investigators have covered some 100-square miles — searching for Johnson on foot, horseback and by helicopter.

    In the seven weeks since Johnson, 25, went missing Fort Worth police Sergeant Marc Povero explained that investigators have covered a lot of ground. “We conducted the largest ground search in the history of the Police Department in an attempt to find her. But we’re not done – far from it. Our detectives are actively working and they’re still trying to locate where she might be.”

    While there has been no progress in the case in recent weeks Povero said the investigation is far from stalled. “What they’re doing is using some technology that we don’t want to disclose. But they are actively working with our federal partners to attempt to locate Typhenie Johnson.”

    Members of Johnson’s family said they go out searching for the 25-year-old every weekend. While that isn’t the case of Fort Worth police, Povero said they will get back in the search if they receive any promising clues or information.

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  17. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Ex-Boyfriend Faces New Charges In Typhenie Johnson Disappearance

    Investigators on the case of a missing Fort Worth woman now believe she was kidnapped with the intent of being murdered.

    Revill was arrested and charged with kidnapping after several pieces of clothing and personal items of Johnson’s were found at his home.

    A warrant against Reveille now includes aggravated kidnapping, or kidnapping with the intent to kill.

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  18. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    I'm glad he's off the street! This guy could very well turn out to be a serial killer, in my opinion.
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    Coldjustice Founder of Bring our Missing Home, Inc.


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  20. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    ‘It’s been pure hell:’ What happened to Typhenie Johnson?

    A suspect is in custody in her disappearance, facing a charge that could send him to prison for decades.

    But Typhenie Johnson’s family is far from finding closure.

    Last week marked five months since Typhenie, 25, vanished from her apartment complex in far east Fort Worth, near Euless.

    A small team of private investigators hired by Typhenie’s family and a local volunteer have continued to comb through the brush and thick forest along the Trinity River in north Arlington, near where she was last seen. They have used drones and search dogs, and they’ve narrowed the search area signifi cantly.

    Still, they have found no sign of her.

    “It’s been pure hell,” her mother, Deborah Johnson-Strub, said from South Dakota on Wednesday. “It’s just unimaginable that this happens. You see it on TV and feel bad for the family. But until it happens to you, you don't realize how much pain it causes you.”

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