At the time, Roller said there was little information to go on and that Kayla’s friends were uncooperative with cops.
The boyfriend was initially a person of interest but was never charged, Roller told The Daily Beast.
Her brother said she was over at her friend’s house,” she told CNN.
The driver, the last known person to see Kayla, was charged with second-degree reckless endangerment in connection to her disappearance in October 2009.
He pleaded not guilty, and the case was dismissed two years later, court records show.