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Arrest Warrant Issued For Missing Nebraska Mother's Ex-Boyfriend After Police Search His Home
The Douglas County Attorney’s Office accuses Aldrich Scott of kidnapping Cari Allen on Nov. 20. Allen was last seen near her home in Omaha around 11 p.m. on Nov. 19, and has been missing ever since.
The search continues for a Nebraska mother, after police issued an arrest warrant for her ex-boyfriend.
Aldrick Scott, 47, is charged with felony kidnapping and accessory to a felony in the disappearance of Cari Allen, 43, according to a criminal complaint obtained by Omaha ABC station KETV. The complaint said an unidentified individual called 911 to report he had allegedly killed his girlfriend.
The Douglas County Attorney’s Office accuses Scott, a retired Army and Marine platoon sergeant, of kidnapping Allen on Nov. 20. Allen was last seen near her home in Omaha around 11 p.m. on Nov. 19, and has been missing since.
Police in Topeka, Kansas served a warrant at Scott’s home on Nov. 28, but were unable to find him, according to KETV.
According to CBS affiliate KCTV, police searched a nearby underpass, as well as a landfill in Bennington — about 20 miles northwest of Omaha.
"We are searching multiple areas throughout Douglas County and will continue to do so until we can bring closure to the Cari Allen family," said Douglas County Chief Deputy Wayne Hudson to KETV. "The DCSO is actively pursuing all possible leads in regards to the Cari Allen missing person case. We will go wherever the leads takes us and commit whatever resources necessary to have a successful resolution to this matter.”
Neighbor Lindsey Sundberg tells Oxygen.com she has not yet heard of a search being organized to look for Cari, which she called upsetting.
“I feel like not a whole lot of info is out there to even help,” she told Oxygen.com.
Neighbors told Omaha CBS station KMTV Scott and Allen were dating, but recently broke up.
"She did not walk away. She is not a woman who would have walked away from her son and her family. Something has happened and we need to find her," Omaha mom Robin Keller told KMTV. The two mothers were connected because their kids share the same medical condition called CRMO, an autoinflammatory disease that presents bone lesions.
According to NBC Omaha affiliate WOWT, Allen worked for VODEC, a vocational development company that helps adults with disabilities and had previously opened her home to those in need.
Omaha police describe Allen as a 5-feet, 8-inches tall white female, weighing approximately 130 pounds, with blonde hair and hazel eyes.
Anyone with information on the case is urged to contact the Douglas County Sheriff's Office tip line at 402-444-6000 or 911.