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5 after she failed to show up for the first day of classes at Wilde Lake High School. The messages, ostensibly from Wallen, stated that she was “like 95 percent sure” Tessier was not the father of her baby.

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(Jen Rynda/Baltimore Sun Media Group video) State's Attorney John Mc Carthy gives a statement after the bond review hearing for Tyler Tessier, who is charged with first-degree murder of Laura Wallen in Rockville at Maryland District Court on Thursday, September 14, 2017.(Jen Rynda/Baltimore Sun Media Group video)Tyler Tessier, the boyfriend of Wilde Lake High School teacher Laura Wallen, spoke at the Montgomery County Police Department's press conference Monday about her disappearance.Police announced Wednesday Tessier's arrest in Wallen's death.A gathering of a few hundred students, parents and school staff quietly gathered around p.m. (Andrew Michaels)Police say Tessier also admitted to driving Wallen’s car to an apartment complex in Columbia, removing the front tag and disposing of her driver’s license and i Phone.An employee of the complex found Wallen’s license near a dumpster, police say, and investigators found her car backed into a parking space.“Don’t know why I’m here but it’s for something.”“Really where are you?

” her sister responded.“I’m waiting in a field,” Wallen wrote.“Take a picture,” her sister advised.

woman to woman.”“It’s important that some things are cleared up and I would imagine that if you were in my position, you’d want some answers as well,” Wallen wrote, according to police.

“By no means is this an attempt at confrontation.”Wallen, a social studies teacher from Olney, was reported missing Sept. 4, police say, Wallen’s sister received a series of text messages from Wallen’s phone that the sister said were inconsistent with her writing style.

(Jen Rynda/Baltimore Sun Media Group video) Mark and Gwen Wallen make a statement on behalf of their family at Maryland District Court on Thursday, September 14, 2017.

(Jen Rynda/Baltimore Sun Media Group video)State's Attorney John Mc Carthy gives a statement after the bond review hearing for Tyler Tessier, who is charged with first-degree murder of Laura Wallen in Rockville at Maryland District Court on Thursday, September 14, 2017.

Mark and Gwen Wallen make a statement on behalf of their family at Maryland District Court on Thursday, September 14, 2017.