Ibraheem Yazeed Bio
Ibraheem Yazeed is a 30 years old man from Montgomery, Alabama. He is for allegedly abducting heavyweight star Walt Harris daughter Aniah Blanchard.
Aniah Blanchard Missing
Aniah Blanchard was studying at Southern Union College student. Aniah Blanchard was reported missing by her family on October 24, 2019. Alabama Police Chief Paul Register said in an Interview that that authorities’ focus has been on “locating Aniah.” Aniah Haley Blanchard “last communicated with a friend on Wednesday night, 23 Oct. just before midnight,”
According to the source, Blanchard communicated with a friend just before midnight on October 23 and hasn’t been heard since Auburn Police said in a statement last week. Additionally, her damaged black 2017 Honda CR-V was found two days later at an apartment complex in Montgomery, about an hour away from Auburn.
Police say evidence shows a missing Alabama college student, who's the stepdaughter of a UFC fighter, was harmed and is now considered a victim of foul play. Aniah Haley Blanchard, 19, was last seen on Oct. 24. https://t.co/R3gZ3X2TuU
— The Associated Press (@AP) October 31, 2019
UFC President Dana White recorded a video about Aniah’s disappearance. To help find Aniah, I’m contributing an additional $25,000 to Alabama Gov.
Kay Ivey’s $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of suspects in Aniah’s disappearance, White said. Also, UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones contributed money to the growing reward fund. Reward money from those and other sources now exceeds $100,000. A Texas non-profit group named EquuSearch is also helping look for Aniah, AL.com reports.
Ibraheem Yazeed Arrested
The Auburn Police Division has identified the person of interest as Ibraheem Yazeed. A warrant has been obtained for his arrest for the charge of kidnapping in the first degree.
Yazeed has a violent criminal history. According to a February 2019 WFSA-TV article, Ibraheem Yazeed and a woman named Jessie Ford were accused of attempted murder after a man was found “badly beaten and near death inside a car.
Yazeed has a violent criminal history, including a 2017 Missouri arrest for aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer, a felony drug possession conviction in 2015, and a 2012 accusation of attempted murder after authorities said he rammed his car into a Montgomery police vehicle.
In the latter case, he was not indicted by a grand jury, though. In 2011, he was accused of robbery but also was not indicted by a grand jury, the newspaper reported.
Authorities Previously Circulated Photos Showing a Man They Now Say Is Yazeed in a Convenience Store; They Released a Video Snippet Showing Aniah in the Same Store.
Also, authorities previously released a snippet of a video capturing Aniah Haley Blanchard purchasing at a convenience store located on South College Street, on Wednesday, Oct. 23, just before her vehicle being observed traveling southbound on South College Street.