On Friday, an elementary school teacher from Texas who was found dead at her home with multiple gunshots is said to have met her alleged killer on a dating app before she was shot to death.
Dating App Done Wrong?
Wendy Duan’s boyfriend Charvas Thompson 26, was arrested Wednesday in Louisiana, over 260 miles from where he allegedly shot her multiple times in her backyard last week. Police responded to reports of a shooting at 9:50 pm on January 7 in the 1100 block of Oxford Mills Lane in Sugar Land Texas when they found Duan, 28, lifeless.
The two had met on the dating app ‘MeetMe’ according to the victim’s mother who did want to be identified, told KHOU 11. Moreover, Duan’s mother is uncomfortable with the arrangement of her daughter meeting someone on a dating App. “She showed me the picture. I don’t know his name. She said, ‘do you like him?” I said ‘no,’ Duan’s mother recalled. The victim’s distraught mother said she had a strong intuition about Thompson and warned Duan about the danger of meeting a stranger online and now she never imagined her daughter would end up dead.
“It’s unbelievable,” she said. The guy is very evil. He took her life away. I hope this guy gets the full legal punishment.”
Teacher Wendy Is A Good Teacher, Mother Say
Duan was a third-grade language arts teacher with the Alief Independent School District and in December 2021, she was awarded English as a Second Language (ESL) Teacher of the Year. According to her mother, Duan was a passionate teacher who prioritize her students first. Every Thursday she asks me to go to the dollar store to buy gifts for her students,” she said.
Thompson is now deported back to Texas. An arrest warrant was issued on Sunday the moment he lands accused him of homicide and setting his bail at $500,000.