After Capturing Her Kidnapping Suspect, Mendocino County Sheriff’s Department Searching for Missing Woman

Khadijah Britton Negie Fallis

Khadijah Britton and her suspected abductor, Negie Fallis.

This is a press release from the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office. The information has not been proven in a court of law and any individuals described should be presumed innocent until proven guilty:

On 02-19-2018 the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office continued investigations into the current whereabouts of Khadijah Britton and Negie Fallis, who was wanted on a felony arrest warrant issued on 02-14-2018 in connection with this case.

On 02-19-2018 at approximately 6:00 PM Officers from the Round Valley Tribal Police Department responded to a residence in the 23000 block of Road 337D in Covelo, California.

The Tribal Officers responded to the residence as they has received information that Negie Fallis was at the location.  Upon arrival Tribal Officers contacted Negie Fallis outside the front of the residence and arrested him with out incident.

Tribal Officers subsequently transferred Negie Fallis to the custody of Mendocino County Sheriff’s Deputies who transported him to the Mendocino County Jail.

Negie Fallis was booked into the Mendocino County Jail where he was to be held in lieu of $200,000.00 bail in regards to the felony arrest warrant.

Mendocino County Sheriff’s Detectives with the assistance of the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office Search & Rescue Team will be conducting search operations in Covelo on 02-20-2018 in furtherance of the investigation into the whereabouts of Khadijah Britton.

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  • It sickens me that witnesses watched her assaulted and taken from a house at gunpoint and did not call the police until three days later when she had not been seen or heard from! You watched a kidnapoing at gunpoint by an ex with a warrant for assaulting her in January! You did nothing for this girl! I hope and pray with everything that’s within me that this poor victim is found alive and safe. Domestic violence is serious and it is real! Most women who have been and will be murdered will be at the hands of the man they love or once loved! Don’t be a bystander to a man’s abuse, even if it’s a friend or relative, get involved, report it, call 911, get help.

  • The sooner the better for ALL involved, especially the victim!!!

  • Again gun ownership is one thing responsible gun ownership. But when you use a weapon to stalk, intimidate harass, threaten, kidnap or kill unarmed people you’re crossing the line. Maybe as a safety feature guns should have a GPS chip embedded in them. The tricky situation with domestic violence is often times the women go back, they believe he will change, but it also is part of PTSD and you get soft to the abuse laid on you. I pray for her family and I hope the residents in Covelo start talking about domestic violence more. Happens a lot out there. Dont allow this terrible attitude continue to infect the community. Tragic. Respect and integrity are sadly long forgotten attributes these days. <3

  • Hi kym suggesting waterboarding is a no no? It’s not fatal.

    • Violence doesn’t have to be fatal. Waterboarding is torture. Torture is violence. Ergo you can’t advocate it on my site.

      • Doesn’t violence involve a physical force intended to cause physical pain.

        • From Wikipedia’s Waterboarding page: “Ordinarily, the water is poured intermittently so as to prevent death during torture, however, if the water is poured uninterruptedly it will lead to death by asphyxia with the sensation of drowning, also called dry drowning. Besides death, waterboarding can cause extreme pain, damage to lungs, brain damage from oxygen deprivation, other physical injuries including broken bones due to struggling against restraints, and lasting psychological damage.[1] Adverse physical consequences can manifest themselves months after the event, while psychological effects can last for years.[2]”

        • Why Doesn’t guest sign up to be water boarded if he believes that is causes no physical pain.

      • Nice 🙂 Good on you, Kym!

  • My guess is drugs may have been involved thus the delay in calling the sheriff. Others that witnessed the crime may have been scared to speak up. If it was my sister, this guy should beg to be left in prison.

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