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Virginia authorities are planning to indict a man in connection with the disappearance of his girlfriend in January 2011, who was five months pregnant when she disappeared.

What Buta Biberaj Said?

Speaking to WTOP, Loudoun County Commonwealth attorney Buta Biberaj said the police had told him that he had received an arrest warrant for Ronald Roldan for kidnapping Bethany Decker. Shortly after Decker’s disappearance, police reportedly learned that she had an abusive relationship with Roldan when her husband, a member of the National Guard, was dispatched to Afghanistan.

Incident Details

Decker, then 21, was last seen in her Ashburn apartment on January 29, 2011. On the day of her disappearance, she called the restaurant she was working at, according to WJLA, to plan her hours.

The WRC reported that Roldan lived with Decker and would have been the last person they saw. Roldan would have been the father of Decker’s fetus.

Authorities were involved three weeks after Decker’s disappearance. The WRC reported that her family was concerned on February 2, 2011 when Decker missed her husband’s deployment to Afghanistan. Her family contacted the police on February 19 after they were unable to contact them for weeks.

Decker’s car was found in the parking lot of his apartment. Her body was never found and the police did not find any evidence that she was killed.

Decker has a son who is reportedly now living with his father.

Roldan is expected to be released from a North Carolina prison, where he was held for the shooting of another girl in 2014. The victim who made the incident in an episode of “Dr. Phil” – was shot in the head and lost an eye while shooting.

WTOP reported that Roldan was originally charged with attempted murder but pleaded guilty to attacking with a lethal weapon in 2016 with the intent of killing to cause grievous bodily harm and harm.

After Roldan’s release from prison, the US immigration and customs authorities were supposed to detain him in deportation proceedings to Bolivia. Court documents indicate that Roldan’s release date has been set for November 10th.

Roldan is awaiting extradition to Loudoun County, Virginia, where he is charged with Decker’s unsolved disappearance.