Ocastor Ferguson

Ocastor Ferguson Charged With Kayla Kelley Murder

Ocastor Ferguson

Ocastor Ferguson is a man from Frisco Texas who allegedly murdered Kayla Kelley to cover up their affair. According to police reports Kayla Kelley learned that her boyfriend Ocastor Ferguson was actually married and had children and she planned to confront his wife. However before she had a chance Kayla Kelley was kidnapped and murdered.

Friends and family would report Kayla Kelley missing and told friends that she was dating a man named “Kevin”. When Ocastor Ferguson was questioned he admitted that he was “Kevin” but denied knowing what happened to Kayla Kelley. However when police would look at Ocastor Ferguson cell records they saw on the day that Kayla disappeared he had driven to her home in McKinnely Texas and then back to the area where police would find Kelley burned car. Days later they would discover the body of Kayla Kelley. Ocastor Ferguson has been charged with kidnapping and murder

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A Grand Prairie man is now charged with the murder and kidnapping of a McKinney woman whose body was found buried near his home this week, online records showed Friday.

Ocastor Ferguson, 32, has been jailed since Saturday on charges of kidnapping and arson in the disappearance of 33-year-old Kayla Kelley. Court records on Friday showed a murder charge was added after Kelley’s body was found Wednesday in a field along the 2800 block of Prairie Oak Boulevard, about one mile from his home in Grand Prairie.

Kelley was reported missing Jan. 11 and her burned car was found in a remote area of Frisco a day later. According to an arrest affidavit, her aunt and co-workers said they hadn’t heard from her in several days.

According to the affidavit, Ferguson told investigators that he met Kelley, who knew him as Kevin Brown, online and they began dating over the summer. He said he’d used a fake name with her but that she would figure out his actual name and that he was married, it added.

In conversations found by investigators on Ferguson’s phone between him and Kelley, she’d told him that she would tell his wife about the affair if he didn’t answer her, according to the affidavit.

Investigators also found that a vehicle Ferguson’s wife had reported stolen was located near Kelley’s home in McKinney with gloves, duct tape and a blanket inside, the affidavit said

Following the identification of Kelley’s body, the Collin County Sheriff’s Office had said that it is working with the district attorney’s office to determine what additional charges will be brought against Ferguson.

Ferguson was held in the Collin County Jail on bonds totaling more than $1 million. Jail records did not list an attorney.

https://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/murder-charge-added-to-man-accused-of-mckinney-womans-kidnapping/3175234/

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