Texas EquuSearch continues looking for ex-NFL player's girlfriend who went missing in April

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Friday, July 16, 2021
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Kevin Ware Jr. was given no bond during a hearing on Tuesday on an unrelated case. The judge said it was "for the safety of the community."

HOUSTON, Texas -- Officials from Texas EquuSearch are still looking for the girlfriend of an ex-NFL player who was reported missing just weeks after her 29th birthday this past April.

Taylor Pomaski was said to have been last seen in Spring, Texas on April 25. Authorities with the Harris County Sheriff's Office said Pomaski disappeared "under suspicious circumstances."

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Her boyfriend, Kevin Ware Jr., was arrested in northwest Houston after Pomaski went missing. He was placed in custody in the Montgomery County Jail.

Ware, a convicted felon, was given no bond during a hearing on an unrelated case. The judge said it was "for the safety of the community."

The ruling stems from an April arrest when deputies say he was driving 115 mph. Investigators said deputies found an ounce of cocaine, marijuana and methamphetamines along with a loaded AK-47 and a loaded 9mm pistol.

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He was out on bond for that arrest when investigators said Pomaski, disappeared.

Investigators in Harris County still believe Ware is a person of interest in Pomaski's disappearance.

Pomaski was described as a white woman with blue eyes and blonde hair below her shoulders. She stands around 5'2" tall and weighs between 90 to 105 pounds. Pomaski also has an "Infinity Serenity" tattoo on the front of her hip.

She also reportedly has a mole above her left eyebrow and a mole on the left side of her nose.

If you know anything about the disappearance of Pomaski, you're being asked to contact the Harris County Sheriff's Office at (713) 274.9100 or call Texas EquuSearch at (281) 309-9500.

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