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Ibraheem Yazeed, Antwain Shamar Fisher and David Lee Johnson Arrested in 2019 AL Murder of Aniah Blanchard
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    Death Penalty Sought for Ibraheem Yazeed in 2019 AL Murder of Aniah Blanchard

    Remains found in Alabama confirmed as that of missing college student

    By Talia Kaplan
    Fox News

    Human remains discovered in Alabama were on Wednesday as confirmed as belonging to a missing college student, stepdaughter of an Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fighter, authorities said.

    The Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences confirmed the remains belonged to 19-year-old Aniah Blanchard, who was last seen at an Auburn gas station on Oct. 23, the Auburn Police Department said on Wednesday.

    Police added that the disappearance has spawned a homicide investigation.

    On Monday, police announced that human remains were found in a wooded area in Macon County.

    Blanchard, who is the stepdaughter of UFC heavyweight fighter Walt Harris, was last seen on video surveillance at a convenience store not far from her home in Auburn. Police later found her damaged car a black 2017 Honda CR-V at an apartment complex in Montgomery, about 55 miles away. Auburn Det. Josh Mixon said Blanchards blood was found in the car and it appeared she had suffered a life-threatening injury.

    Ibraheem Yazeed, 29, who reportedly has a history of arrests for violent crimes, is currently being held without bond on kidnapping charges in the teen's disappearance.

    Two other men, Antwain Shamar Fisher and David Lee Johnson, face other charges in connection with the inquiry.

    Mixon testified that convenience store video footage showed a man identified by tipsters as Yazeed look over at Blanchard while buying a beverage. A man at the store told investigators he saw Yazeed force Blanchard into her car and drive away.

    In an arrest warrant filed with the court Monday, police said Fisher, 35, helped Yazeed by disposing of evidence and driving him.

    Johnson, 63, has been charged with hindering prosecution in the case, according to AL.com.

    Authorities reportedly said Johnson knew his son allegedly drove Yazeed to Florida, but instead told investigators Yazeed left his home with an unidentified woman.

    That would have been the worst scenario, is that we were not be able to find and give the answers to this family, the news website reported Auburn Police Chief Paul Register said on Wednesday. We have spoken to the family. Obviously, they are heartbroken but at least they can now begin to deal with this and move forward.

    Officials are still waiting to learn the cause and manner of her death, the news outlet reported, citing District Attorney Brandon Hughes.

    Once the autopsy results are in, Hughes and Register will discuss what additional charges might be filed in the case.

    My lifes never going to be the same again without her. Shes never going to get to have my grandbabies that I wanted her to have, see her get married and be a teacher and be a softball coach. She made life better for all of us, Blanchards mother, Angela Harris, said Tuesday.

    Aniah was only going to the store to buy a bag of potato chips and if you know Aniah you know how much she loved to eat. And thats all she was doing and she ran into evil."

    Blanchard was a student at Southern Union College student from Homewood, according to the news outlet.

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    Ibraheem Yazeed charged with capital murder in shooting death of Aniah Blanchard


    AUBURN, Ala. (WSFA) - Lee County District Attorney Brandon Hughes announced Monday that charges in the death of Aniah Blanchard have been upgraded.

    Hughes said Ibraheem Yazeed, originally charged with kidnapping, will now be charged with capital murder after Blanchard’s body was found in Macon County. Hughes said an autopsy determined Blanchard died from a gunshot wound.

    “This case has absolutely shaken our community to its core, but I cannot say enough about the job that Auburn Police Division and every other agency involved in this case responded to the report of Anaiah’s disappearance,” Hughes said.

    Hughes also announced the death penalty will be sought against Yazeed. Hughes said officials have determined Yazeed was the lone person involved in the abduction and murder of Blanchard.

    “The process of seeing justice done for Aniah and her family will not be swift, but I can promise you it will be thorough,” Hughes said.

    Auburn Police Chief Paul Register confirmed Wednesday remains found in rural Macon County last week were Blanchard’s. He said the case would move forward as a homicide investigation, and additional charges were forthcoming.

    Two other people have been charged in connection with the case. Antwon “Squirmy” Fisher is charged with kidnapping for allegedly providing transportation to Yazeed and disposing of evidence, and David Johnson Jr. is charged with hindering prosecution.

    Blanchard was last seen late on the night of Oct. 23 at a convenience store on South College Street in Auburn and was reported missing the following day.

    Court documents revealed a witness identified Yazeed as the person he saw “forcing Blanchard into a vehicle against her will and then leaving with her in the vehicle.”

    Blanchard was seen on surveillance video inside the Auburn convenience store around 11:30 the night she disappeared. Yazeed was captured on video inside the store at the same time.

    Blanchard’s Honda CR-V was found Friday, Oct. 25 at a Montgomery apartment complex not far from Atlanta Highway. It had damage along its passenger side.

    An affidavit stated blood “indicative of someone suffering a life-threatening injury” was found in the passenger compartment of the SUV. Forensic testing confirmed the blood was Blanchard’s.

    Blanchard’s disappearance made national attention. She was from the Birmingham area and a student at Southern Union State Community College in Opelika.


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    UFC Heavyweight Walt Harris' stepdaughter Aniah Blanchard unfortunately was disgustingly kidnapped and killed by defendant Ibraheem Yazeed. My thoughts are with the Harris family :'(

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    Suspect in Aniah Blanchard murder faces additional charge of biting corrections officer

    By Drew Taylor
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    OPELIKA, Ala. (WIAT) The man accused of kidnapping and killing 19-year-old Aniah Blanchard last year is facing additional charges for allegedly biting a corrections officer at the jail he is being held in.

    Ibraheem Yazeed, 30, has been charged with allegedly biting one officer on the leg after fighting with officers for refusing to enter his cell. He is charged with second degree assault.

    According to court records filed Friday, Yazeed had finished a shower at the Lee County Detention Center on March 23 when Officers Carl Key, Christopher Carroll and Steven Barner tried to get him to go into his cell.

    However, Yazeed reportedly refused and started becoming hostile to the commands.

    Officers continued to give him verbal commands and Officer Carroll Gave him one while having his taser out and he refused to enter his cell, the document stated.

    Carroll then deployed the taser on Yazeed, who allegedly started swinging at and kicking Carroll. He was then tased several more times and the other officers began hitting Yazeed with batons.

    Officer Dunlap responded to assisted and while attempting to gain control of Ibraheem, Ibraheem bit Officer Dunlap on the lower leg, the document read. Corrections Officers were able to gain control of Ibraheem and place him into his cell.

    Yazeed has been in jail since being caught in Escambia County, Florida since November 7, 2019 for warrants of kidnapping Aniah Blanchard, who had been reported missing since Oct. 23 in Auburn. On Nov. 25, Blanchards remains were found in the woods outside Shorter.

    Yazeed has a history of violent encounters with law enforcement. He reportedly got in a fight with arresting officers when he was found in Florida and was seen with a swollen eye in his booking mugshot.

    In January 2012, he was charged with trying to kill two Montgomery police officers by ramming his car into the side of their squad car. However, a grand jury never indicted him in the case. In 2017, he was arrested for aggravated battery on a police officer in Kansas.

    Yazeed also has a separate case in Montgomery, where he is charged with robbing a man, as well as beating him and holding him against his will, in addition to beating another man near death.

    The Blanchard case has been sent to a grand jury. Yazeeds next hearing is in June.

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    New evidence revealed during Blanchard capital murder suspect's preliminary hearing

    The case of the Montgomery man charged in the kidnapping and capital murder of 19-year-old Southern Union student Aniah Blanchard is headed to a Lee County grand jury despite new evidence and the question of where the crimes took place.

    Ibraheem Yazeed, 30, appeared before Lee County Judge Russell Bush Wednesday afternoon. He is charged with capital murder kidnapping and capital murder use of a deadly weapon while victim is inside a vehicle.

    Bush found probable cause to send Yazeeds capital murder case to the grand jury despite Yazeeds defense attorneys arguing that the prosecution had no evidence to prove the crimes took place in Lee County. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. He is being held in the Lee County Jail without bond.

    This case has changed from the day it started, William Whatley, Yazeeds attorney, said in court.

    Lee County District Attorney Brandon Hughes, however, feels the evidence in the case shows that the crime occurred in Lee County.

    The judge disagreed (with Whatley) and hes the one who counts, Hughes said.

    Yazeed was originally charged with first-degree kidnapping after the investigation into the Southern Union State Community College students disappearance revealed that he forced Blanchard into her own vehicle against her will, according to previous reports.

    Bush found probable cause in Yazeeds kidnapping case and forwarded it to a grand jury in November 2019.

    There is no indication when a grand jury will hear the case.

    New evidence

    Auburn police detective Josh Mixon testified Wednesday and brought new evidence to light.

    Investigators found a witness who claimed to see a young woman matching Blanchards description with a man near her 2017 black Honda CR-V parked in the Chevron lot, according to an arrest affidavit. However, Mixon did not present that evidence in court on Wednesday.

    After leaving the Chevon gas station on the corner of South College Street and Shug Jordan Parkway in Auburn on Oct. 23, 2019 at about 11:32 p.m., Blanchard is believed to have driven Yazeed to the Murphy Oil Gas Station located further south on South College Street, Mixon testified.

    Police obtained video surveillance of the gas station, which showed Blanchards vehicle pulling up to a gas pump and Yazeed getting out of her vehicle on the passenger side. He then goes to the window, gets a cigarette or a cigar and gets back in the car. The two are then seen leaving the gas station together, Mixon testified.

    Blanchard was communicating with her roommate via Snapchat on her phone during this time. At 11:09 p.m. she tells her roommate that she is close to being home. Then at 11:38 p.m. Blanchard says that she was smoking a blunt, testified Mixon.

    The pair continues to exchange messages. At 11:40 p.m. Blanchard tells her roommate that she is with a man named Eric, whom she just met. Blanchards phone activity ended at 11:47 p.m. when it was determined that it either died or was powered off in the area of the Clarion Inn on South College Street, Mixon testified.

    Mixon added that Blanchards cell phone has yet to be recovered.

    The phone records also reveal that Blanchards phone went in the direction of Longleaf Drive and Cox Road in Auburn towards a subdivision after leaving the Murphy Oil gas station. The phone then traveled down Wire Road to Shug Jordan Parkway back to the area of the Chevron gas station, Mixon testified.

    The phone then traveled north on South College Street towards Auburn Camp Road for a brief period before going dark in the area of the Clarion Inn, added Mixon.

    Blanchards vehicle was last seen on video on a tag reader just south of Veterans Boulevard and South College Street near Interstate 85.

    Blanchards Honda CR-V was found Oct. 25, 2019, at an apartment complex parking lot in Montgomery and had sustained damage since it was last seen.

    A large amount of blood, which was later forensically identified to be Blanchards blood, was found in the passenger side of the car. A bullet hole was found in the passenger side door and an unspent shell casing was left in the cup holder, Mixon testified.

    Mixon said the vehicle seemed to be in disarray. There were chips scattered all over the floor, Blanchards cell phone was missing and the car had an odor of cleaning solution.

    Just some type of odor of like an ammonia or Clorox, he said. Alcohol-based solution.

    The body

    Antwon, also known as Antwain, Squirmy Shamar Fisher, who was previously charged in the case, told investigators that Yazeed showed up to the home of David Johnson, Sr. between approximately 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. on Oct. 24, 2019, Mixon testified.

    Fisher was living at Johnsons home at the time and told investigators that Blanchards vehicle was parked near some bushes when Yazeed arrived that morning, testified Mixon.

    Fisher then took Yazeed to a gas station because Yazeed said he needed to get more gas for what was Blanchards vehicle. Fisher paid for the gas, filled a canister with gas and took Yazeed back to Johnsons residence, Mixon testified.

    Yazeed then put the gas in Blanchards vehicle and drove it to Park Place Apartments in Montgomery with Fisher following him in another vehicle. Fisher took Yazeed back to Johnsons residence. Fisher said Yazeed left a short time later, Mixon testified.

    Fisher said Yazeed, however, returned to the residence and said he needed to pick something up. Fisher, who had just taken a narcotic, drove Yazeed north on Interstate 85 towards Shorter. The pair stop somewhere in Montogmery where Yazeed picks up an item, Mixon testified.

    Fisher told investigators that he heard a thud in the pack of the pick-up truck. Yazeed told him it was his chopper, also known as type of assault rifle, Mixon testified.

    Fisher then said they continued to drive north towards Shorter on Interstate-85, however, he started to swerve all over the road due to feeling tired. Yazeed then took over driving. They end up at a church cemetery off of Interstate-85 in Shorter, Mixon testified.

    When he (Fisher) looked in the rear view mirror, he saw Yazeed dragging something wrapped in a comforter, Mixon testified. It appeared to be two legs.

    Yazeed spends some time in the woods before he returned to the vehicle.

    He (Fisher) said something to the effect of tell me thats not a body, Mixon testified. Yazeed replies it wont come back on you and your family.

    The two then leave the area and return to Montgomery. Fisher said Yazeed leaves the Johnson residence shortly after their arrival, testified Mixon.

    Blanchards remains were not located until Nov. 25 in the 38000 block of County Road 2 in Shorter.

    When investigators searched the area where she was found they discovered skeletal remains and clothing similar to the clothing Blanchard was wearing when she was last seen. They recovered her skull, which had what appeared to be a bullet whole in the top, Mixon testified.

    Investigators also recovered a lead projectile from the ground.


    Whatley argued that despite the evidence, the prosecution could not prove that she was kidnapped and killed in Lee County.

    Theres no evidence that anybody was put in the car, Whatley said in court. They have a serious problem because they got the Murphy Oil video tape by all indications showing that she was not being bound or forced to do anything against her will.

    She drove into the Murphy Oil, he got out, presented his divers licensecame back in and got in the passenger car. Theres no evidence from anyone in Lee County that can say that Mr. Yazeed drove that vehicle.

    He argued that the physical evidence showed that she shot in the vehicle but it is not clear in which county the incident occurred.

    The evidence that they got and they presented is that the pool of blood was on the passenger side and appears to be a gunshot that happened to a person in the passenger seat, Whatley said. Theres no evidence that she was in the passenger seat in Lee County.

    In fact, Whatley pointed out that Mixon testified that the video from the Murphy Oil gas station in Auburn didnt show anything that usual.

    Hughes argued that Mixons testimony revealed that Blanchard had no ties to Montgomery and had no reason to be in Montgomery that night.

    No one we could talk to could give us a reason for why she would be there, Mixon testified about the investigation into why Blanchard was in Montgomery.

    Assault charge

    Yazeed appeared in court one week ago for a second-degree assault charge in connection to a jail altercation, in which he is said to have bitten a corrections officer.

    He appeared before Lee County Judge Steve Speakman May 27. Speakman found probable cause to send Yazeeds second-degree assault case to a grand jury.

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    High-profile felony suspect, Ibraheem Yazeed, charged with murder in 2018 Montgomery cold case

    Yazeed is held in Lee Co. without bond for kidnapping, capital murder of Aniah Blanchard

    By Jennifer Horton
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    MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - The Montgomery County Cold Case Unit has handed down a new murder charge for Ibraheem Yazeed in a 2018 homicide. Hes charged with shooting Stephen Hamby to death in a wooded area off Maxwell Boulevard near the Salvation Army.

    District Attorney Daryl Bailey says on Dec. 1, 2018, Stephen Hamby and Geraldine Talley, who were both homeless at the time of the shooting, were shot multiple times. Hamby was pronounced dead on the scene. Talley was shot in the face and recovered, later dying of natural causes.

    Investigators cite newly-discovered witnesses and the re-examination of evidence collected at the scene developed Yazeed as a suspect in Hamby's murder.

    Yazeed is charged with two counts of capital murder and first-degree kidnapping in the high-profile case involving victim Aniah Blanchard. Blanchard was last seen Oct 23 at a convenience store on South College Street in Auburn. Court documents reveal Yazeed was seen forcing Blanchard into a vehicle against her will. Blanchard's remains were located in rural Macon County Nov. 25. The cases will be heard by a grand jury. Prosecutors will seek the death penalty.

    At the time of Blanchards death, Yazeed was out on bond for attempted murder, two counts of first-degree kidnapping and two counts first degree robbery in Montgomery following an incident in February 2019. The victim in this case was nearly beaten to death.

    This case has also been forwarded to grand jury. Yazeed is expected to face prosecution in Lee County first.

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