Zoe Campos: Lubbock teen missing; someone seen driving her car FOUND

Zoe Campos missing Lubbock Texas Found

November 17, 2018 – Lubbock Police on Friday night announced that human remains were found at a home on 1924 70th Street.

Read more information here: Investigating 2013 missing case, police find bone in backyard of Lubbock home.

Arrest

The police have charged Carlos Andrew Rodriguez, 25, for the murder of Zoe Campos.  Rodriguez is already in jail for stalking someone last year.  He had received a four-year sentence.

Body found

On Friday, police took an individual that is assumed to be Rodriguez to the home on 70th Street. Police dug in a specific area after the person told them where to dig, according to KFYO News.  Human remains were found.

November 13, 2018

The police have announced that where they were digging at a home on 70th street was in connection with the Zoe Campos case.  After Zoe went missing, her phone pinged around Lowery Field, which is the where the authorities were digging when they found the bone.

The house on 70th Street has been a rental for years.

Police said:

On Wednesday, November 7th, new investigative leads on the 2013 disappearance of Zoe Campos led investigators to a home in the 1900 block of 70th Street. Based on that lead, additional resources such as cadaver dogs were brought in from an outside agency to assist with searching the back yard. A bone was located by Lubbock Police Department investigators and the area was secured. Multiple units including LPD crime scene investigators, LPD forensic specialists and investigators with the Lubbock County Medical Examiner’s Office have assisted with the investigation.

At this time, the findings and that specific area remain an active part of the investigation.  LPD will continue to search the area for possible evidence.

Post by Zoe’s mom

Missing Zoe Campos’ mom, Melinda has posted on Facebook that the family has a private investigator involved in her daughter’s case.  New information has come out that whatever happened to Zoe “took place in her car,” but the inexcusable information is that the her car was never processed by the police department.  After two years, they never checked her car for leads.

“As of 3 weeks ago there’s been changes in my baby’s case , we had the cadaver dogs come out and my PI I hired has new information in my daughters case but I ask myself over and over why did it take almost two years to get this information, why ?? Did Lpd tell me my baby’s car was processed and never was !!!! It’s taken almost 2 years to get information that could have given us answers now it’s going on 3 weeks that you been given this information and still haven’t done anything to process it please if this was one of your children what would they do ? I am heartbroken and physically ill knowing it’s been 3 weeks they have been given this info and nothing nothing has been done !!! God please please hear my prayers that take some kind of action and do what needs to be done !!! How many times do they have to drop the ball before something gets done this is my daughter my Babygirl I haven’t seen or heard from her in almost two years I have done my part everyday !! As God as my witness I will not sit here and wait till they decide to take what’s been given to them to do something !!! I as well as my family and her father have every right to know what happened the night she went missing !!!please help me bring my baby home am begging you nobody has an idea of what it’s like day after day of not knowing if she’s alive or has a place to stay or has eaten or is being hurt Dailey it pure torture everyday ? Until you walk my shoes only a parent of a child missing knows my torture ?”


Original Story

The FBI is now helping in the search for Zoe Campos, 18, from Lubbock, Texas.

She was last seen on Nov. 17, 2013 around 11 p.m. was seen on surveillance video with her sister at Copper Caboose Restaurant near Avenue Q. After dinner, Zoe and her sister went back to her apartment at 3532 50th Street. She watched a movie with her older sister, Savannah at their home and then she went to bed.  The last known contact with her was on the 18th and she was suppose to pick up her mother, Melinda Campos at 2 a.m., but she never showed up.

Melinda received a text from her around 2:30 a.m. that she was on her way, but she never showed up.  All phone calls to her from then on went to voice mail.

Man driving her car

Her 1997 silver Lincoln Town Car was spotted at the Driftwood Apartments on Utica Avenue near 55th Street by Zoe’s sister.  It was being driven by an unknown person.  Savannah gave chase and the man got out of the car and ran away.   The person, who may have been a young man wearing a dark-colored hooded sweatshirt. When the family member followed the car, the person parked it at the apartment complex (where it was abandoned) and fled.

The police came and found Zoe’s black jacket in the trunk and her phone charger in the back seat.

Description

Zoe is 5 feet tall and 100 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.  She was last seen wearing black pants and a light green corset and a black jacket (jacket found in trunk of car).

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Zoe, please call the FBI at 872-559-5000 or leave an anonymous tip here.

Missing Zoe Campos Facebook page.

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