Kevin Johnson says his daughter’s bloody telephone was discovered after she disappeared from a Houston strip membership.
HOUSTON — A San Diego father is wanting for solutions after his 24-year-old daughter, Felicia Johnson, went lacking in Houston, Texas. She was visiting for her birthday and was final seen leaving a strip membership greater than per week and a half in the past.
“We’re praying that she’s out there and we can bring her home to her father and make these individuals or individual accountable,” stated Albert Flores, a National Investigator for The New Black Panther Nation.
Flores stated Felicia went lacking from Cover Girls strip membership in Houston. She was there April 15 making use of for a job. Around 1:30 a.m. Felicia was stated to be exterior ready for an Uber. Her household consider she bought into one other automobile. She hasn’t been seen since.
“If somebody knows something, say something,” stated her father Kevin Johnson. “It’s a community of silence out here and secrets.”
He flew from California to Houston to look for his daughter and stated her telephone was discovered with blood on it about 12 hours after she disappeared.
“The phone was like someone threw it out the window and it had specks of blood that I think came from her finger during the struggle,” he stated.
Flores stated they performed a grid search of the realm the place Felicia’s telephone was situated however did not discover something. He and her father consider she be a sufferer of trafficking.
“We are the national hub of sex trafficking,” Flores stated.
According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Houston is without doubt one of the largest hotspots for human trafficking within the nation.
“If she’s watching this that I’m not gonna rest until I find you or find out what happened to you,” Kevin Johnson stated.
The Houston Police Department is actively investigating. CrimeStoppers is providing a $5,000 reward for info that helps them within the case.
Anyone with details about is requested to name the Houston Police Department at (832) 394-1840 or CrimeStoppers at 713-222-8477.