NORTH POINT, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore County police have arrested the boyfriend of a missing woman. Though they say his arrest is unrelated to her disappearance, they are interested in speaking with him about the case.
Rochelle Ritchie has more from police and neighbors who recall a violent history between the couple.
Dorothy Grubb has been missing from her Dundalk home for 48 hours now. Her boyfriend is now in custody for an open warrant and family and neighbors are desperate for answers.
A “For Sale” sign sits in the yard of 60-year-old Dorothy Grubb, a Dundalk resident who was reported missing on Saturday after family members say they were in fear she could be in danger.
“This woman did not typically disappear for a long period of time and the daughter said she had some concerns for her safety because of domestic violence issues with her boyfriend,” said Elise Armacost, Baltimore County police.
According to Grubb’s family, she was in a relationship with Clyde Campbell and the couple was often heard fighting so violently, the police were called.
“We’ve seen the ambulance there; we’ve seen police all the time over here,” said neighbor Tina Kahn.
For several days, police searched for Campbell, hoping he could help them in Grubb’s disappearance.
Monday, the efforts to find Campbell were a success.
“We arrested him for an open warrants weapons charge. We are very interested in talking to him about whatever he can tell us about where his girlfriend might be,” Armacost said.
Campbell’s 14-year-old son was with him at the time of the arrest, but still there’s no sign of Grubb. Neighbors say they hope she is found soon.
“I hope they find her safely and quickly,” Kahn said.
Baltimore County police say Campbell’s arrest is not related to her disappearance.
If you have any information, please call police.
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