D.C. Mom Vanished Overnight in 2010 While Her Young Kids Were Sleeping — and Suspect Is Arrested

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Authorities have accused a Washington DC man of killing a young mother whose body was never found.
Isaac Moye, 43, was charged with second degree murder when he was armed in the death of 24-year-old Unique Harris.
"I hope and pray EVERY parent can rest a little easier out here," wrote Harris' mother, Valencia Harris, a motivational speaker and advocate for missing, exploited and domestic / murderous violence, after the arrest on Facebook. "My child's life and offense will NOT be in vain!"
Harris disappeared from her home in Southeast Washington DC on October 9, 2010, just hours after watching a movie with her children, according to the Washington Post.
Police searched for Harris, a mother of two, for eight years before she was pronounced dead in 2018.
A year earlier, in 2017, police allegedly linked DNA evidence found on a sofa cushion in Harris' apartment to Moye, the Post reports.
According to an affidavit in the Post, an informant who spent time behind bars with Moye said he told him about a "missing girl" and recalled Moye saying he would never be caught for getting it right never gonna find out "
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Police said Moye was wearing a GPS tracker at the time Harris went missing, which proved he was in her apartment complex overnight when she went missing, the Post reports.
Police said Moye had previously been arrested for assault with a dangerous weapon, simple assault, narcotics distribution and refugee from justice.
According to the Post, Moye pleaded not guilty to the Supreme Court on Monday.
A hearing is scheduled for January 11th.
Moye's public defender could not be reached for comment.
Anyone with information about Harris's disappearance is asked to call the police on 202-727-9099 or anonymously on the department's phone line by texting 50411.

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