Suspect in disappearance of Alabama college student appears in court

Police say a confidential tip led them to arrest a man accused of kidnapping Aniah Blanchard near the Alabama-Florida state line.
2:14 | 11/09/19

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Now to the desperate search for college student anaiah Blanchard. A suspect sent back to Alabama after waiving extradition. Blanchard's dad determined to find out more about his missing ABC has the story. Reporter: Good morning. We are learning alarming new details about the evidence that led police to pull a man from the woods in Florida and charge him with anaiah's kidnapping. This morning the man accused of kidnapping college student anaiah Blanchard wakes up in an Alabama jail. You have to right to waive extradition. If so Alabama can go ahead and come and get you. Reporter: This just hours after Ibrahim yazeed appeared with a swollen eye in court. A confidential tip let them to him. Yazeed took off running. Jumped over a guardrail into a kind of a marshy area, ran up into a wooded area and hid behind bushes. Reporter: Court documents revealing Blanchard's blood found in his car indicative of someone suffering a life-threatening injury. Last seen October 23rd on this convenience store camera. Police say the man in custody also seen in the store at the same moment. The affidavit also says a witness identified yazeed as the individual forcing Blanchard into a vehicle against her will and then leaving with her in the vehicle. Two days later, Blanchard's abandoned SUV found about 50 miles away in Montgomery. We're searching, going to cover all areas all aspects to be able to find you and where you are going to try to find you and bring you home. Reporter: 11 agencies involved. Auburn police confirming their questioning whether yazeed allegedly acted alone. At this no, there are no additional suspects. This, to me, looks like what I would call a situational crime. A crime that he was looking to do this. He came upon her and decided to act. Reporter: Yazeed out on bond for attempted murder and two counts of first-degree kidnapping related to an incident in February. Police say they have no knowledge of these two having any prior connection to one another and anaiah's parents they they don't have new information as to her whereabouts now. Really think be about those parents today.

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