Nebraska authorities have issued an arrested warrant for a Kansas man in the disappearance of an Omaha mother last week.
Cari Allen, 43, was last seen at about 11 p.m. on November 19 near her home, as CrimeOnline previously reported. After the disappearance, the Topeka Police Department assisted Douglas County, Nebraska, deputies in a search at a home in Topeka, but the sheriff’s office did not initially confirm the search was related to Allen’s disappearance.
The home belonged to Aldrick Scott, 47, who has now been charged with Allen’s kidnapping and accessory to a felony, the Omaha World-Herald reported.
Scott was not in custody in either Omaha nor Topeka early Saturday evening, jail records show.
The World-Herald said that a third party called 911 on the night of November 21 and reported that Scott had killed his girlfriend, according to Topeka Police Department scanner traffic. The search of Scott’s home was conducted that night. Investigators spent 11 hours at the residence and towed a car.
On Friday, the sheriff’s office led several searches around Omaha, including at the Pheasant Point Landfill.
The sheriff’s office did not immediately respond to the newspaper’s request for a comment.
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[Featured image: Cari Allen/Douglas County Sheriff’s Office]