Missing Woman’s Family Increases Reward for Information to $60,000
On Thursday, the family of Khadijah Britton increased a reward for information about the missing woman from $50,000 to $60,000, according to a Facebook page devoted to finding her.
Britton went missing in February of this year. According to a press release put out by the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office on February 14, witnesses told them that a suspect in her disappearance, Negie Fallis,
…arrived at the location, armed with what appeared to be a small derringer pistol, and demanded his girlfriend, Khadijah Britton, exit the residence and speak with him. Witnesses indicated Khadijah exited the residence where a physical altercation occurred between the male and female before they both entered a black Mercedes sedan and left the location. Khadijah has not been contact with family since that time.
The suspect was eventually arrested and searchers scoured the area. Fallis and his alleged girlfriend pled guilty this week to charges unrelated to Britton’s disappearance. Fallis will be taken into custody on December 4 after sentencing.
Antonia Dulce Bautista Dalson, age 20, his alleged girlfriend will go in for sentencing a week later.
The Facebook page said that the reward is “for any information leading to her whereabouts or safe return home. If you have any information please call the Tip Line at (707) 234-2100.”
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