The fiance of a Georgia woman who vanished in early March was arrested on Wednesday on charges of kidnapping and aggravated assault.
WSB-TV reported that the kidnapping and aggravated assault case against Reginald Robinson pertains to an incident that occurred before Tiffany Foster’s disappearance on March 1. It is unclear if Foster, 35, is the victim in that case.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that this is the second time Robinson has been arrested since Foster vanished. The first arrest, on April 8, was for theft by taking for moving Foster’s car from Newnan to College Park shortly after she went missing.
Foster’s car was found on March 8 in College Park with her purse and cellphone inside, according to WXIA.
Coweta County said the last text message Foster sent was to her mother. Robertson allegedly claimed Foster left to do errands as he watched her children. She was reported missing on March 2 after she failed to show up to her college class, according to the Journal-Constitution.
Police have not said whether they believe foul play is involved in Foster’s disappearance.
Robinson remains jailed without bond. Despite being accused of moving Foster’s car, none of the criminal charges against Robinson are in direct reference to his fiancée’s ongoing disappearance.
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[Featured image: Tiffany Foster/Coweta County Sheriff’s Office]