Kathleen Moore, 34, and Collin Knapp, 30.
Kathleen Moore, 34, and Collin Knapp, 30.

Florida Woman Goes Missing: Boyfriend Arrested After Police Find Bloody Shirt in Dumpster That Matches Woman’s

The boyfriend of a missing Florida woman has been charged in her murder.

Kathleen Moore, 34, went missing more than a week ago, and now her boyfriend, 30-year-old Collin Knapp, has been arrested in connection to her disappearance after investigators found blood that matched Moore’s on a shirt that he threw in the dumpster at a restaurant he worked.

On Nov. 28, Moore and Knapp went out for drinks with some friends in Largo and Indian Rocks Beach. At some point, while at some of the bars, the couple was seen in a heated argument, according to Sheriff Chris Noco. The two ended up leaving together in Knapp’s Cadillac. Knapp was later seen buying cigarettes at a 7-Eleven at 12:30 a.m. When the two were at Knapp’s home in New Port Richey, NBC News reports that the couple got into another argument.

Knapp claims Moore left his home with her backpack, but Noco says no evidence suggests that. The bloody shirt was allegedly placed in the dumpster when Knapp went to work the next day. “We found out through the investigation that Collin had some garments of clothes that he had taken to work at Harolds Seltzer’s and put it in the dumpster there,” Nocco said.

“We wish that Collin would provide us information on where Kathleen is … As one of our detectives described, he was very cold, even when we were begging with him to tell us where her body is, he wouldn’t give us that information,” Noco said in a press conference Monday, NBC reports.

Knapp, who has been 10 felony arrests on his record, has been arrested and charged with second-degree murder. Those who may have information on Moore’s disappearance are encouraged to call 727-847-8102, and choose option 7.

Kathleen Moore, 34, and Collin Knapp, 30.
Kathleen Moore, 34, and Collin Knapp, 30.

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