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Texas man is accused of killing his girlfriend because she was about to confront him about being married.

Northville Herald

Several news outlets report that a married Texas man who was accused of kidnapping his missing girlfriend and setting fire to her abandoned car has now been charged with murder in relation to her passing.

According to the Collin County Sheriff's Office, Kayla Kelley's body was found on January 18 in a field in Grand Prairie, which is close to the home of the man she had been seeing, Ocaster Ferguson. Despite the fact that the cause of death is still being looked into, the police determined that her death was a homicide.

The 33-year-old woman was reported missing on January 11 by her friends and family after they had not heard from her in a few days, according to NBC 5.

According to detectives, Kelley was preparing to confront Ferguson before she disappeared after learning that he was purportedly married and using a phony name.

Authorities discovered Kelley's car during the inquiry, which they say was dumped nearby her boyfriend's workplace and "burned beyond recognition." Ferguson, 32, was detained on January 14 and charged with kidnapping and arson.

He was also charged with murder last week.

Collin County Sheriff Jim Skinner stated in a statement obtained by WFAA that "we dearly hoped for a different conclusion, but I'm glad for the dogged perseverance of my deputies and our Texas Rangers in discovering Ms. Kelley."

According to reports, erguson and Kelley met online and started dating last summer. According to police records, he used the name "Kevin" with her because he didn't want her to know who he really was. She informed pals she planned to confront him about his alleged lies about being married as well as his alleged use of a false name before she vanished.

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