Rockdale County Sheriff Eric Levett said at a recent news conference that Imani Roberson was last seen on July 16 while having dinner at her mother’s house with her four children.
Roberson left that night with her 3-year-old and 1-month-old children and her other two kids stayed at her mother’s home, officials said.
Her mother, Clarine Andujar-White, called Roberson several times the next day, but she didn’t answer, police said. Andujar-White then went to her daughter's home to check on her, but she once again didn’t answer.
Andujar-White called the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office to report her daughter missing. According to authorities, the two speak daily, and the concerned mother said it was unlike her daughter not to respond.
Levett said detectives began investigating and conducted several search warrants, including at Roberson’s home where she lived with her husband, Donell Anderson. Investigators suspected foul play after they found blood evidence at the residence, according to Levett.
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Levett said additional charges are possible and he can “assure” there will be another arrest in this case.
The four children are reportedly in their grandparents’ care, officials said.
At the press conference, Andujar-White said, “When I couldn’t reach Imani almost three weeks ago, I knew something was wrong. Late last night, my worst fears were confirmed, and our family is devastated."
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