The on-again, off-again suitor of Kiera Bergman, a missing Arizona teenager, has been arrested on indictments unrelated to his girlfriend’s disappearance.
Jon Christopher Clark, the last person known to have seen Bergman, has been arrested for 22 countings of aggravated name stealing and two countings of forgery, police said.
When contacted by HuffPost, Phoenix Police Sgt. Vince Lewis said Clark’s arrest has nothing to do with Bergman’s disappearance.
“Through the course of the investigation, countless beings close to Kiera were contacted by Phoenix Police to include 23 -year-old Jon Christopher Clark, ” Lewis said in an email. “On Monday, August 13, 2018, a search warrant of his vehicle was acted and numerous pieces with personal identification information of others, as well as items of forgery were located.”
During his first courtroom figure on Saturday, Clark was dictated held on $25,000 attachment. According to police, Clark’s arrest may have infringed his probation expressions in connection with another case.
Details on the other client are still not readily accessible Monday. He’s due back in field on Friday.
Bergman, 19, vanished without a draw from her Phoenix apartment on Aug. 4. According to her roommate, Destiny Hall-Chand, the two had been working at a Glendale furniture retailer that morning. Hall-Chand told police that Bergman became perceptibly upset and left production early. Clark told police he picked her up from work.
Clark spoke with HuffPost prior to his arrest Friday evening. During the interrogation, Clark said he picked Bergman up from project and made her back to the suite, where he also lived. He claimed they got into an disagreement over commerces and she walked out of the members of this house around 1 p.m.