Kelli Bordeaux: Search for missing Fort Bragg soldier continues


Fort Bragg soldier Kelli Bordeaux went missing April 14, 2012 around 1:20 a.m.



A new photo released by investigators today of Kelli Bordeaux shows the missing Fort Bragg soldier using her iPhone right before she headed out for the night in Fayetteville, NC, and disappeared, according to ABC News. Bordeaux, 23, was last seen two weeks ago leaving Froggy Bottoms bar around 1:20 a.m. on April 14. The marine was reported missing when she failed to report to duty on Monday.

Her husband, Mike Bordeaux, knew "something was fishy" when he got the call that his wife didn't show up to work because "she always goes to work," reported CBS News. He was in Florida visiting his parents when she disappeared.

"I didn't think it was right, because she always goes to work,'' Bordeaux said to CBS News. "She's a very responsible person. She wouldn't not just call in and say she's not coming into work or anything like that. She would just go to work. I didn't like the whole situation. Something was fishy.''

Nicholas Holbert said he gave Bordeaux a ride home from the bar and has since been arrested for failing to properly register his address as a sex offender, according to NBC. He lives in a tent behind the Froggy Bottoms bar.

NBC also reported that the bar's owner, Steven Cantrell, 49, has also been arrested for failing to appear in court on a driving while impaired charge in 2001. Both men are still in jail in Cumberland County.

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