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Tynesha DeVonna Stewart










Missing Person Case September 2021



Missing Person Case September 2021



Missing Person Case September 2021



Missing Person Case September 2021



Missing Person Case September 2021



Missing Person Case September 2021



Missing Person Case September 2021



Missing Person Case September 2021



Missing Person Case September 2021



Missing Person Case September 2021


Stewart, approximately 2007; Timothy Wayne Shepherd




Date reported missing : 03/15/2007

Missing location (approx) :
Houston, Texas
Missing classification : Endangered Missing
Gender : Female
Ethnicity :
Black


DOB : 07/10/1987 (34)
Age at the time of disappearance: 19 years old
Height / Weight : Unknown
Description, clothing, jewerly and more : Pajamas.
Distinguishing characteristics, birthmarks, tattoos : African-American female. Black hair, brown eyes. Stewart's nickname is Ty.





Information on the case from local sources, may or may not be correct : Stewart was a freshman at Texas A&M University in College Station at the time of her disappearance, studying civil and chemical engineering. She was home for spring break when she vanished from Houston, Texas on March 15, 2007.
Her ex-boyfriend, Timothy Wayne Shepherd, said he last saw her at his second-floor residence in the Red Oak Place apartment complex in the 17700 block of Red Oak Drive off F.M. 1960. A photograph of Shepherd is posted with this case summary.
Stewart was reported missing on March 19 and police went to Shepherd's apartment to question him. He said they'd gotten into an argument between 3:00 and 4:00 a.m. on March 15 and Stewart walked out of his apartment angrily, carrying a cellular phone, and this was the last time he had seen her.
Shepherd and Stewart had a volatile relationship with many arguments, and she was reportedly afraid of him. They began dating when she was a sixteen-year-old high school junior. Her loved ones describe him as jealous, possessive and controlling of her. At one point Stewart told her sister Shepherd had choked her and threatened her life.
During Stewart's first semester at college, Shepherd called her several times a day. She began seeing someone else while she was at college, and Shepherd stopped contacting her for awhile after the end of the first semester. However, by February 2007, he was calling her regularly again and Stewart said she was afraid to go home to Houston for spring break because she thought Shepherd might follow her around. In spite of her reservations, however, Stewart came home and made plans to spend the time with friends.
Early on the morning of March 15, Shepherd had picked up Stewart from the apartment of one of her female friends. She left her cellular phone behind with her friend and said she would return later that day. She never came back, and never showed up for a concert she planned to go to.
Her younger sister was the last person to speak to her; they spoke at about noon on March 15 and Stewart said she was Shepherd. She has never been heard from again. Shepherd did not participate in the subsequent search efforts.
On March 20, five days after Stewart was last seen, police asked Shepherd to come to the station for questioning. He consented to a search of his home and car. When authorities checked his apartment, they discovered it had been cleaned with ammonia and bleach and some parts had been freshly painted. In spite of this, blood tEthnicity : s were found on the bathroom light switch, on the edge of the tub and at the base of the toilet.
Shepherd was questioned by the police and released. The next day, March 21, he spoke to Quanell X, a local community activist and the leader of the Black Panther Party in Houston.
Quanell X has a history of liaising between the police and the African-American community and had been involved in the search for Stewart. He met with Shepherd and the two men went to Shepherd's apartment, and Quanell X urged him to tell what he knew. Shepherd began crying and said he was afraid he would get the death penalty. Eventually he agreed to show Quanell X where he had put Stewart.
After a phone conversation with his attorney, Shepherd contacted the police and lead Quanell X and a police officer to a in the 14600 block of Ella Street and said he had placed Stewart's body there. No evidence could be recovered, however, as by then the dumpster had been emptied.
He was then arrested, and confessed to Stewart's murder after he got back to the station. He said he'd strangled her during an argument, put her body in a plastic tote bag and left it in the dumpster. Following his arrest, Shepherd made an unsuccessful attempt at suicide.
Authorities came to believe Shepherd didn't put Stewart's body in the Ella Street dumpster and instead dismembered it and burned it on two barbecue grills on his balcony.
Shepherd owned one of the grills; the other belonged to a neighbor and friend who grilled at Shepherd's apartment so often that he just kept the grill there. They normally shared each other's barbecued food, but when Shepherd's neighbor noticed him grilling and asked about it, Shepherd said he was making food for a wedding and could not share.











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