A Nigerian man, Chukwuebuka Nwobodo, 28, has been declared wanted by the police in Texas, USA after killing a young woman a few days ago.
Reports say the young man days before the murder had Googled ‘how to get away with murder’ which ultimately makes him the prime suspect.
A portion of the report we sighted on Instablog9ja said Nwobodo was charged on Wednesday in connection with the murder of Felicia Johnson, who disappeared after leaving a hotel in Houston on April 16, 2022, Oxygen reports.
It was gathered that the suspect purchased suspicious items and searched for multiple ways to get rid of a body, among others.
Detectives with the Houston Police Department said, “Evidence indicates Nwobodo k#lled Johnson inside his apartment before disposing of her personal effects in Bear Creek Pioneers Park. It is believed he disposed of Johnson’s body at some point within the next few days.”
According to court documents, Nwobodo was arrested on May 13, after police allegedly found blood in the trunk and backseat of his vehicle, which also contained a handgun, loose latex gloves, a shovel and a large kitchen knife with blood on it.
He was, however, released shortly after. During a search of his home, investigators also found “apparent blood stains” throughout the residence, especially large amounts on the bedroom and hallway floors. Those stains were allegedly determined to be a probable match for Johnson’s DNA.
A warranted search of his Google accounts revealed several dubious internet searches, including how to dispose of a body and d#stroy evidence, as well as a photo of a dismembered woman’s body and a picture of Johnson’s Uber pickup spot and the car that had picked her up.
On April 20, Nwobodo allegedly looked up “can bleach destroy DNA?” And “what does vinegar do to blood?.”
He also searched the “most forested part of Houston”, “how to delete your history completely” as well as the cheapest places in the world to live on a $1,000-per-month budget. He also looked up “How does one plan a murder without getting caught” and “how to get away with murder.”