Suspect in Falisa Carter disappearance charged with second felony

Suspect in Falisa Carter disappearance charged with second felony
Timothy Evans was arrested Friday by Hattiesburg police on a charge of accessory after the fact to kidnapping. (Source: Hattiesburg Police Department)

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) - A Laurel man has been charged with a second crime in connection to the disappearance of Falisa Carter.

Timothy Evans, 29, was arrested Friday by Hattiesburg police on a charge of accessory after the fact to kidnapping. Evans, also known as T Money, was previously charged with hindering prosecution in the case.

Carter has now been missing for more than three months. She was last seen at her home on West 7th Street on Nov. 25, 2018.

Falisa Carter was last seen on Sunday around 11 p.m. (Photo source: HPD)
Falisa Carter was last seen on Sunday around 11 p.m. (Photo source: HPD)

Since her disappearance, Carter’s friends and family have searched desperately for answers.

Demarcus McGruder, 32, was arrested in December and charged with kidnapping. Officials said Carter and McGruder were dating at the time of her disappearance.

Capt. Branden McLemore, with the Hattiesburg Police Department, said McGruder is being held at the Forrest County Jail without bond because he is a flight risk.

HPD investigator continues working case of missing woman

As investigators continue to follow leads in the case, Carter’s family clings to hope. Her loved ones held a march in Carter’s honor earlier this week, saying they want justice for her disappearance.

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