An Alabama district attorney on Friday confirmed the arrest of a second suspect after the disappearance of 19-year-old college student Aniah Blanchard.

Brandon Hughes, District Attorney in Lee County, announced that Antwain Shamar “Squirmy” Fisher, 35, was arrested and taken into custody by Auburn police. Fisher, of Montgomery, Alabama, is facing a charge of first-degree kidnapping.

Authorities have not released additional information about Fisher's arrest due to a gag order.

Blanchard went missing on Oct. 23, in Auburn, Alabama, where she was last seen at a convenience store. She is a student at Southern Union State Community College in Wadley, which is roughly 40 miles north of Auburn.

Her car was recovered at an apartment complex on Oct. 26. Authorities discovered blood samples in the car and the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences later confirmed the blood to be Blanchard’s.

Blanchard is the stepdaughter of UFC fighter Walt Harris. 

Fisher is the second person arrested since Blanchard's disappearance. The first arrest came earlier in November when Ibraheem Yazeed, 29, was taken into custody and charged with kidnapping. Auburn police testified in court that a witness reported seeing Yazeed forcing Blanchard into her own car. Yazeed on Wednesday submitted a DNA sample. 

“We don't have any reason to know that she was familiar with him, but we can't rule out completely that there would have been some knowledge,” Auburn Police Chief Paul Register said after Yazeed was arrested.

 

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