Eric Brian Brown, 45, allegedly abducted Ashanti Billie, 19, on September 18 as she arrived for work at a Blimpie's sandwich shop on the Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek.
An arrest has been made in the death of a 19-year-old Prince George's County woman who was found dead in North Carolina. The area is about 300 yards from Brown's childhood home.
The FBI, which investigated Billie's death, did not release how she died, where she encountered her killer or offer any motive in updates in the weeks after the probe began. Surveillance video shows her auto driving onto the base, but she never made it to work, investigators have said.
He faces life in prison if he's convicted. Billie's coworkers say Brown would flirt with Billie and make sexual remarks toward her.
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Billie's cellphone was found in a dumpster hours after she disappeared and her auto was found in a nearby street five days later. Investigators also found Billie's trousers and a shoe inside the vehicle.
Brandy Johnson Billie holds a photograph of her daughter, Ashanti, a 19-year-old college student, who disappeared going to work. Inside, agents found Billie's trousers covered in dirt and debris.
Billie's coworkers also said they hadn't seen him at the Blimpie's since she went missing, although he used to come to the shop almost every day, court documents state. They say Brown's web search history on his phone after Billie's disappearance includes phrases like "police looking for man", "missing woman and baby", and "missing woman and man". Several agencies were involved with the investigation of this case including the FBI, Charlotte-Mecklenberg Police Department and the Virginia Beach Police Department.