WATAUGA -- Eighteen-year-old Christopher Glover called his 16-year-old fiancee, Alexis Reaves, all the time, especially in recent days since the birth of their daughter.
On Friday night, Glover called Reaves and told her that "he would be back in 20 minutes."
"He was alone and I thought that was odd because he's never alone," Reaves said Sunday. "I called him at 10:18 and I asked him what movie did he want me to put in. We decided on Red Hill."
Glover never called back. The Watauga teen was fatally stabbed Friday night in the 1800 block of Green Trail in Keller during what Keller police called a marijuana deal gone bad.
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Authorities arrested Maxwell Fotey, 19, of Keller on Saturday morning at his home. Police had learned during their investigation that he had fled the scene the night before.
Fotey was in the Keller Jail on Sunday with bail set at $100,000.
Fotey was charged with marijuana possession in 2009 in Fort Worth, but the charge was dismissed last year, according to Tarrant County criminal courts.
Keller police continued Sunday to search for another man who was at the scene.
"When I tried to call him [Glover] at 10:30, I knew something was wrong," Reaves said.
Glover had been staying with Reaves at her family's Watauga home.
The two had met three years ago at a party when he was a student at Keller High School and she was a student at Keller Central High School.
They had been attending Winfree Academy charter school in North Richland Hills.
Their daughter, Adilyen, was born at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth. She turned 7 days old Sunday.
To earn money for his family, Glover had started work Friday at Donihoo's Tire Service in Haltom City.
"He was just so kind," Reaves said. "He was always there for his friends."
Glover's funeral is scheduled for 2 p.m. Tuesday at Forest Ridge Funeral Home in Hurst.