SPRING, Texas – Former NFL player Kevin Ware is back behind bars after being captured by Deputy U.S. Marshals on Friday.
The Gulf Coast Regional Violent Offenders Taskforce arrested Ware in the parking lot of a shopping center in Spring.
The former NFL tight end was picked up on a warrant for failing to report for bond supervision in the last two months for previous charges of unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon and possession with the intent to deliver controlled substances in Montgomery County.
Law enforcement officials told KPRC 2 Investigates they want to question him about the disappearance of 29-year-old Taylor Pomaski.
Loved ones of Pomaski said she was last seen on April 26 at a house party in Spring.
KPRC 2 Investigates spoke with Eric Zulegar, a former boyfriend of Pomaski’s immediately following Ware’s arrest. Zulegar said he’s been in constant contact with Pomaski’s mother since her disappearance.
When asked if the family views Ware as the only person that has the real answers to the disappearance, Zulegar said, “There could be others that were around the house that night. I’m not for certain, but Kevin knows exactly what happened.”
While the family of Pomaski is glad to see Ware back in jail, Zuleger said on the other hand, “Taylor is still missing. We still need to find Taylor.”
Tim Miller of Texas Equusearch said he and his team have traveled as far as Henderson, two-and-a-half hours northeast of Houston, to search for Pomaski.
“I’m on the phone with detectives on this case every day,” Miller said.
Miller’s sole focus on this case moving forward, “Let’s just bring her home.”