Woman tied to disappearance of Temple pair back in Central Texas
MUSKEGON, Michigan (KWTX) One of the women with ties to the disappearance and subsequent death of Michael Swearingin and Jenna Scott was no longer listed as an inmate in a Michigan jail.
Maya Maxwell, who had been listed as an inmate in the Muskegon County Jail since mid-January, was removed from the roster Tuesday afternoon.
According to a jail assistant, the transfer began Tuesday morning.
Maxwell, 26, was arrested on Jan. 11 in Muskegon on a Bell County warrant charging tampering with evidence, admitted that “she was involved with leaving Swearingin’s vehicle in Austin in hopes to conceal it from law enforcement, a warrant affidavit says.
She is one of three people with ties to the disappearance of Swearingin and Scott.
Cedric Marks, whom police identified as Scott's ex-boyfriend, was arrested on Jan. 8 in Kent County, Mich., on a Temple burglary warrant stemming from a break-in on Aug. 21, 2018 at Scott’s home.
Temple police have not identified him as a person of interest or suspect in Scott’s and Swearingin’s disappearance and deaths.
Scott and Swearingin, who were longtime friends, were last heard from at 3 a.m. on Jan. 4 and were last known to be together at Swearingin’s home in Temple.
Another woman, Marks wife, Ginell McDonough, 37, who was also arrested on Jan. 11 in Muskegon on a charge of harboring a fugitive and was ordered held in lieu of $75,000 bond,
She’s accused of harboring Marks, Matt Roberts, the chief trial attorney with the Muskegon County Prosecutor's Office said.