Tulsa woman is in ‘imminent danger’ after being kidnapped ‘by her boyfriend’ as she tried to call 911
Morgan Chelsea Rower, 29, was taken from her home by Justin Korf on Monday
Friends said Rower and Korf who had been dating and were arguing about cheating
Friends and cops bothered because Korf, 39, has a lengthy record including arrests for rape, assault and kidnapping
Cops believe he is on the run, driving the pair in a 1999 white Dodge Durango with Oklahoma plates.
Anyone with information is urged to contact police hotline 918-259-8400 or 911
Police in Tulsa, Oklahoma say a local resident disappeared during a heated quarrel with her boyfriend on Monday. Police say she was trying to call 911 to report a domestic dispute at time.
They believe Morgan Rower was taken from her apartment in Tulsa by Justin Korf, 39, at around 9.30pm on Monday. She was trying to call 911 to report a domestic dispute at time, police said
Friends confirmed that Rower, 29 and Korf, 39, were dating and had been arguing about cheating. They feared Rower is in ‘imminent danger’ after being kidnapped by a man with a history of assault and kidnap.
Korf has a lengthy criminal record which includes convictions for felony assault and rape and kidnapping arrests which were dismissed as part of a plea deal.
Authorities in Oklahoma say Korf is driving white 1999 Dodge Durango with Oklahoma plates. He was last seen driving south, they said.
Morgan Chelsea Rower and her boyfriend Justin Korf, [right], had been arguing about cheating, on Monday night when she vanished while trying to call 911
Korf has a lengthy criminal record, most of which is made up of traffic offenses including driving under the influence and without a license.
In 2008, he pleaded guilty to obstructing an officer.
He was accused of rape and kidnap in Oklahoma in 2007 but the charges were dismissed in exchange for him pleading no contest to a felony assault charge.
Friends and cops both worried about the welfare of Morgan Rower [photo], who vanished as she was trying to call 911 to report a domestic dispute, police said
Korf had a lengthy criminal record which includes convictions for felony assault and rape and kidnapping arrests which were dismissed as part of a plea deal
In 2004, he had a domestic battery charge dismissed as a result of the prosecution’s witness falling through. Other charges including committing robbery with a firearm were dismissed for the some reason.
He has also faced accusations of drug dealing marijuana.
Anyone with information is urged to contact police on 918-259-8400 or 911.