A trial is set Sept. 6 for the man accused of kidnapping Christina Morris of Fort Worth.
Enrique Arochi was charged with aggravated kidnapping in her disappearance and is in the Collin County Jail. He has previously said he doesn’t know what happened to Morris and pleaded not guilty.
Tuesday marks the second anniversary of Morris’ disappearance. She was last seen walking into a Plano parking garage with Arochi.Police found her car in the garage days later, but no sign of her.
DNA from Arochi’s trunk shows Morris had been inside it, according to an affidavit previously obtained by the Star-Telegram. Detectives said they believe he put her inside and then drove home to Allen.
That affidavit also noted that detectives searched through Arochi’s trash and found various cleaning supplies including an empty 32-ounce bottle of "all-purpose cleaner" with bleach.
Prosecutors declined to comment to The Dallas Morning News about the case and a statement to the newspaper from the defense reads "Enrique is ready for a fair and impartial jury to hear this case."
Meanwhile, friends and family are still searching for Morris.
“Giving up is not an option. God Bless you all for standing strong in this journey from hell with us,” a Facebook page for Help Find Christina Morris reads.
In a separate case, Arochi faces an unrelated charge of sexual assault of a child. He is accused of having sex with a 16-year-old girl from Oct. 22, 2012, to Feb. 22, 2013.
That trial is set for December.