The car belonging to Alicia Fox, the mother who was found murdered in a vacant home in Detroit, has been recovered. Her two children are still missing.
According to Channel 7 Action News, Detroit Police reported they have located and recovered the car belonging to the once missing mother.
Alicia Fox’s car was found on Thursday at Taylor Auto Salvage off of Beech Daly road.
Detroit Police announced earlier today that they have arrested a second suspect in the case of the murder of the Detroit mother.
Detroit Chief of Police James Craig announced during a 10:30 a.m. press conference Thursday that the second suspect is a 27-year-old male who will be charged with Accessory After the Fact.
The father of one of the missing children has been arrested in Georgia.
Erin Justice was taken into custody yesterday, just two days after the mother of his missing child was found dead. Chief Craig indicated that Detroit investigators are in Georgia, and are questioning Justice in order to find out more information about the whereabouts of the two children who are still missing.
7 Action News reported that sources said they believe 27-year-old Alicia Fox was killed in a house on Ardmore Street located on Detroit's west side. Michigan State Police were at the house overnight and detected blood inside.
Detroit Police say before she was killed Fox lived in the Ardmore house with her two kids, 6-year-old Kaylah Hunter and 8-month-old Kristian Justice.
According to the Detroit Police, the mother's body was found Monday at an abandoned home on Penrod Street.
Alicia Fox was last seen leaving her home with her two children sometime in late May.
There is a vigil being held tonight for Alicia and her two children, as police continue to search for the whereabouts of the still missing children.