Crimes Against Black Women
Married Man Charged With Murder Of Side Chick He Allegedly Dated Under Fake Name
Ocastor Shavon Ferguson, 32, of Texas was is charged with kidnapping and murdering Kayla Kelley, 33 after police found her remains.
“On January 18, the Frisco Fire Marshall’s Office filed charges against Ferguson for arson involving Ms. Kelley’s vehicle,” the Collin County Sheriff’s Office wrote. “Since the recovery of Ms. Kelley, the Collin County Sheriff’s Office is working with the Collin County District Attorney’s office to determine what additional charges will be brought against Ocastor Ferguson.”
Ferguson’s records in the local jail show he is now charged with both murder and arson.
Authorities have said that Kelley’s friends reported her missing on Jan. 11. Her aunt and co-workers had not heard from her for several days. Investigators said they found her car, burnt up, in Frisco, Texas.
Deputies checked out her duplex in McKinney, Texas. Inside. they found her dog without food or water, apparently alone for several days. Family said she would never leave her dog, because it’s like her family.
Ferguson landed on their radar when they checked Kenney’s phone records, investigators said. They ran a background check, to discover that his wife reported their 2004 Lexus stolen. Authorities said they found that vehicle “in the area of Kelley’s duplex.”
They executed a search warrant, allegedly finding gloves, duct tape, and a blanket in the Lexus.
“During the initial interviews, it was learned Kelley had a boyfriend named ‘Kevin’ and she recently found out he was married,” authorities said. “Kelley told friends she was going to blackmail ‘Kevin.’ Friends and family advised Kelley they did not want to talk to her about dating a married man, so no one had any further information about ‘Kevin.’”
That “Kevin” was actually Ferguson, they claimed. The defendant allegedly told investigators he was dating Kelley but gave her a fake name to hide his true identity. He maintained, however, that he did not know her condition or whereabouts. Ferguson asserted he last saw Kelley at noon on Jan. 10, when she dropped him off for work. She was supposed to bring him lunch at 6 p.m., but she did not show up, he allegedly said.
According to documents, investigators said they tracked Ferguson’s location on Jan. 10 using cell phone records.
“The analysis showed Ferguson was at work on January 10th and left and went to his residence in Grand Prairie, Texas,” deputies said. “He then left and drove up Dallas North Tollway and went to the area of Kelley’s duplex and then drove to the area where Kelley’s vehicle was found burned. Ferguson then travelled back to his house in Grand Prairie.”
Ferguson allegedly denied being in the area where the vehicle was found. He also denied knowing what happened to it.
Also, investigators claim that they found his Lexus near Kelley’s duplex. Ferguson allegedly said he was hiding the vehicle from his wife. According to the sheriff’s office, that wife reported it stolen.
Kelley’s remains were found in Grand Prairie, Texas, the same city where the defendant lived with his wife.
“While we desperately hoped for a different outcome, I’m grateful for the dogged determination of my deputies and our Texas Rangers in locating Ms. Kelley,” Collin County Sheriff Jim Skinner said on Thursday. “As this is an ongoing homicide investigation, details outside what may be contained within an investigator’s search or arrest affidavit will not yet be released.”
How embarrassing for the wife to be married to such a man. He will cheat on her, but kill a woman so that she won’t find out. It was so much easier to simply not cheat or tell his wife he wanted some nookey on the side.
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