Olympic Boxer A Person Of Interest in Missing Woman Case

Lightweight contender Felix Verdejo met with local police in Puerto Rico this week regarding the disappearance of a 27-year-old woman, according to ESPN.

The 27-year-old lightweight from San Juan was reported to have met with police on Friday, and he supposedly refused to answer questions regarding the disappearance of Keishla Marlen Rodriguez.

Police say Verdejo is a person of interest in the case but currently not a suspect. Rodriguez’s family members have alleged she was pregnant with his child. She has been missing since Thursday.

BoxingScene.com reports that Verdejo was contacted by local officials on Thursday evening and shut down the interview, refusing to comment without his attorney present.

Verdejo (27-2, 17 KOs) last fought in December in Las Vegas, where he suffered a knockout loss to Masayoshi Nakatani, per ESPN. He represented Puerto Rico at the 2012 Olympics before going pro.

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  1. If the woman carrying my child is missing, I wouldn’t wait for police to meet with me. I’d be waiting in line when they open in the morning. (Or, are police stations never closed?)

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