Former NFL Player Kevin Ware Allegedly Murdered his Girlfriend Then Burned Her Remains

Some troubling news is coming out of the NFL world this week.

The body of Taylor Pomaski was found in December of last year. Now we’re finding out some disturbing details this week as the Houston Chronicle issued a report about former Washington Commanders and San Francisco 49ers player, Kevin Ware. Ware’s girlfriend went missing back in April of 2021, and an investigation into her whereabouts quickly followed. Eventually her remains would be found in a ditch in Harris County. The remains were found eight months later after she went missing, and police immediately noticed that her remains were severely burned.

At the time Ware was a person of interest, but now, he has been indicted on murder and tampering charges.

Police are accusing Ware of murdering his girlfriend and then burning her remains as a way to dispose of the evidence. The circumstances surrounding Taylor Pomaski’s disappearance are strange, especially since she was last seen at a party with Ware. Witnesses say the two had gotten into a pretty heated argument, and from there, she was never heard from again.

Via Houston Chronicle:

Investigators believe a former NFL athlete killed his girlfriend in 2021 by stabbing, hitting and strangling her before dumping her body in a north Harris County ditch, according to newly-available court records.

Kevin Ware Jr. was indicted in July on charges of murder and tampering with evidence, specifically a corpse, in the death of 29-year-old Taylor Pomaski after grand jurors heard evidence in the case. The investigation revealed that Ware used a fourth, unknown way to cause Pomaski’s death but that could not be determined before a grand jury.

Ware is expected to be in court next week, and there is no telling whether or not he will be released on bond, especially since prosecutors want his bond set at $1 million.

Ware is facing a life sentence if he is found guilty.

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