A missing pregnant woman has been found dead in her Texas boyfriend’s kitchen freezer.
Mom-of-two Selena Ann Bradley, 23, was was last alive seen on Friday.
On Monday, police officers were able to locate her body at the home of her older boyfriend, 39-year-old William James Martinez, in San Angelo, Texas.
Inside the freezer, the deceased Bradley was wrapped up with a blue tarp, according to the New York Post.
Selena Ann Bradley, 23, (left) was found dead in her boyfriend William James Martinez’s (right) kitchen freezer on Monday
On Monday, police officers were able to locate her body at the home (pictured) of her boyfriend, 39-year-old William James Martinez, in San Angelo, Texas
No cause of death has been released yet, but there were bruises on her face and beck, suggesting she had been assaulted. She was pregnant with her third child at the time of her death.
Police were likely able to find the body due to several admissions Martinez had made to others in the previous days.
According to KTXS, Martinez placed a call to a friend, Tony Chambliss, and relayed that he had ‘done something terrible’ and that there was a ‘body in the freezer.’
He also called Stephanie Rios, the mother of a four-year-old daughter of his, and confessed to the murder of Bradley.
According to the police affidavit, Bradley’s body was wrapped up in a blue tarp
A post on Bradley’s Facebook Saturday suggested she was okay, but it was allegedly fabricated
Bradley was pregnant with her third child before going missing some time on Friday
Martinez placed a call to a friend, Tony Chambliss, and relayed that he had ‘done something terrible’ and that there was a ‘body in the freezer’
It’s not clear when Bradley was killed, but her mother alleges that Martinez posted on Facebook on Saturday, posing as Bradley and pretending to be fine.
Martinez even spoke to Bradley’s mother on Saturday on the phone and denied doing anything to her.
Police found Martinez at a car wash in Abilene, Texas on Monday night.
When they tried to perform a traffic stop, however, Martinez led the cops on a high-speed chase.
Eventually, Martinez crashed his car into a field in Hamlin and escaped without being apprehended.
On Tuesday, the police received a tip about a man limping down the street, who proved to be Martinez.
He was arrested for murder and is currently at Jones County Jail, where he is being held on a $1 million bond.
Source: Daily Mail