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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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