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Texas Equusearch volunteers search Bear Creek Park in Houston for missing 24-year-old Felicia Johnson

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"Where has my baby gone?" A family is asking the public for information on the location of a loved one. According to authorities, Felicia Johnson vanished after getting in a vehicle with an unknown person from Cover Girls, a strip club where she was seeking employment.

Felicia Marie Johnson, 24, has been missing since Friday in the 10300 block of West Little York. Kevin Johnson, her father, flew from California to Houston in hopes of finding his daughter. Felicia, according to Johnson, recently celebrated her 24th birthday earlier this month.

Johnson said that on the evening of April 15, Felicia Johnson applied for a position at Cover Girls Night Club but was denied.

"She requested an Uber," Quanell X revealed. "Uber was taking too long to arrive, so a guy at the club volunteered to give her a ride. Felicia has not been seen or heard from since. There was no mobile phone activity. There has been no credit card activity. There has been no social media activity. She has disappeared completely off the face of the earth."

Quanell X held a press conference on Wednesday afternoon to offer his support for Johnson's family. Kevin Johnson said that their family hired a private investigator who discovered Felicia's phone around Bear Creek Park, which is located less than five miles from the nightclub. Johnson asserts that the phone had blood on it.
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According to the Houston Police Department, officers are actively investigating this case and a homicide detective has been assigned to the case as well. Investigators spoke with Johnson’s family while a team from Texas Equusearch searched the surrounding areas of interest near the park.

Johnson's family is hopeful that security footage from inside the nightclub will aid Houston police investigators in their hunt for the 24-year-old.

"This is the fourth young black girl missing in less than six months in Houston," Quanell X stated. Three of the little girls were discovered dead, and I pray that this case has a better ending by God's grace.
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