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Heartbreaking Disappearance of Houston College Grad After Walk with Beloved Dog


Christina Johnson, 27, a recent college grad was reported missing when she failed to return home on March 6
Christina Johnson, 27, a recent college grad was reported missing when she failed to return home on March 6

The Houston community is in distress over the mysterious disappearance of 27-year-old Christina Johnson, a former youth tennis star, who went missing after a routine walk with her beloved dog, Max. Johnson, who recently graduated from Alderson Broaddus University in West Virginia, had moved back in with her father while she contemplated her next steps. She had established a daily routine of taking her laptop and walking with Max to nearby locations but failed to return home one evening, sparking concern among her family.

Her father, Emmanuel Johnson, became alarmed when Max, who is usually always by her side, was found wandering alone in the Alief area of Houston during a storm, several miles from their home. Describing his daughter as possibly going through a depressive state and without her cell phone, Emmanuel expressed confusion and a deep sense of loss over her disappearance. The family indicated that Houston police are widening their search efforts to locate the missing young woman.

On the day Max was found by a local woman named Callie Clemens, he exhibited unusual behavior, displaying signs of fear and attachment, which were out of character for the usually independent dog. Emmanuel described Max as a house dog who had never been left alone like this before. The family, including Christina's parents and out-of-town brothers, are pleading for her safe return, expressing their love and concern, and hoping for the best outcome. The situation has left the community united in support, holding onto hope for Christina's safe homecoming.

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