Kevin Johnson says that he has made several statements about Cover Girls’ club owners, the Davari brothers. According to him, his statements have all been edited out of the media. He wants to know why. The family will gather in front of the Houston City Hall on Thursday to bring more awareness to Felicia’s disappearance.
HOUSTON — The search continues for Felicia Johnson, the 24-year-old woman who went missing after applying for a job at a northwest Houston nightclub.
Felicia, who also goes by the name of Felivia Marie has been gone for 12 days. She was in Houston to celebrate her 24th birthday and earn some money. On April 15, she vanished without a trace.
According to Kevin Johnson, his daughter left San Diego and arrived in Houston on April 13. A few days later Felicia went to Cover Girls off West Little York to ask for work. She was turned away and at some point, she got into a vehicle with an unknown guy because her Uber was running late. Felicia has not been seen since.
Private investigators subsequently discovered her bloody cell phone off of Eldridge Parkway near Bear Creek Park.
Last week, Texas EquuSearch spent three days scouring the area where Felicia’s phone was discovered but came up empty. They are awaiting guidance from HPD on how to proceed with their search operations.
Cover Girls’ attorney has said that the club is working with authorities and providing any relevant security footage. Felicia’s father believes otherwise; he has a strong message for the owners of Cover Girls and the news outlets that have allegedly edited his comments about the club.
Andy Kahan from Crime Stoppers announced Sunday that they will offer a $5,000 reward for information leading to Felicia’s location.
Anyone with information regarding Felicia Johnson’s disappearance or whereabouts is urged to contact the Houston Police Department at (832) 394-1840, CrimeStoppers at 713-222-8477, Texas EquuSearch at 281-309-9500.
Felicia has long black curly or straight hair, brown eyes, and a dark complexion. On her right shoulder, she has a big tattoo of a butterfly and flowers. It is believed that Felicia was wearing a silver dress at the time of her disappearance.
The family will be holding a rally in front of Houston’s City Hall tomorrow to raise awareness of Felicia’s abduction.