RIVERSIDE, Ohio(WDTN)- Search warrants obtained by 2 News reveal new information about missing Riverside woman Cheryl Coker.
She went missing almost a month ago after dropping off her daughter at school. Surveillance footage captured Coker’s car moving through a parking lot the day she disappeared. It did not capture the moment anyone got out.
Now, after filing search warrants for two vehicles, a cell phone and Coker’s home, the Riverside Police Department said they are aggressively investigating her disappearance.
Riverside Police also submitted applications to view surveillance footage from Coker’s husband place of employment and requested financial information from Coker’s bank.
Search warrants filed by Riverside police said detectives are investigating a kidnapping.
An affidavit showed police want to see text messages and online communication between Coker and a person of interest who 2 News is choosing not to name.
The affidavit details a separate text message conversation with a co-worker in September. In it, Coker said her husband had been served divorce papers. She then said, “So, I will be in tomorrow if I’m not dead.”
According to an affidavit, a woman tells police Coker’s husband was blind-sided by the divorce. Another person in the affidavit called it a messy divorce.
Riverside police have said Coker’s husband is cooperating. The affidavit showed during one of his conversations with police, he said $4,000 were missing from the couple’s closet and he suspected Coker took it.
Coker’s disappearance remains a mystery.
On Wednesday, Riverside Police said they’d recently obtained new evidence related to the case but would not release what the evidence is. They said they currently have no suspect information.