Tyler Wilkins: Man who is accused of killing GF and newborn, linked to 2020 disappearance of Jorden Nebling
'The car broke down, and she had somebody to come and pick her up. Tyler is the one that came and picked her up,' said stepmom of Jorden Nebling, who has been missing since 2020
TRAVELERS REST, SOUTH CAROLINA: The case of Jorden Shyann Nebling who went missing in 2020 is being actively looked at by authorities. Nebling's family members have recently shared a major detail that has come forward after her ex-boyfriend, Tyler Wilkins, was detained in a separate incident.
Nebling, now age 21, was last seen on October 10, 2020, and authorities said that Wilkins frequently visited the South Carolina neighborhoods of Travelers Rest and Slater-Marietta. Nebling's stepmother Mary Tucker has also claimed that Wilkins, who is 22 years old, was once her boyfriend. Wilkins was recently charged with murder when his current girlfriend, Clarrissa Winchester, 22, and their infant son died. On Wednesday, November 9, police discovered their remains at a residence at a home on Saw Mill Road, South Carolina after which Wilkins was arrested.
Tucker claims that Wilkins and Nebling were together on the day of Nebling's disappearance. She said, "The car broke down, and she had somebody to come and pick her up. Tyler is the one that came and picked her up. He told me. He told the detectives and he said she walked away and he doesn't know where she went."
MEAWW previously reported Wilkins being charged with murder, kidnapping, child abuse, and unlawful neglect of a child after he was suspected of the shocking deaths of Winchester and their newborn baby. Wilkins apparently held Winchester captive inside the home before attacking and killing her. The cause of Winchester's death, according to the coroner, was a blunt head and neck trauma. The coroner reported that more investigation into the newborn's cause and manner of death is being conducted.
Wilkins had previously been arrested for drug possession, severe domestic abuse, attempted murder, having a weapon while committing a violent crime, threatening the life of an official, and throwing bodily fluids, according to a background investigation by the State Law Enforcement Division. Court documents state that Wilkins was granted a bond in January that included a prohibition against carrying a gun. If Wilkins has already pleaded guilty, it remains unknown. Investigators asserted that he neglected to get the infant medical attention.
In relation to Nebling's disappearance, deputies have not filed any criminal charges or identified any suspects. Nebling is described as having a slim appearance and being 5 feet 5 inches tall. She has the phrase "Live Free" inked on her left forearm.