It was October 2011 when Levi Blasdel put two of his friends together: Jordan Graham, a child-care worker looking to settle down and have kids, and Cody Johnson, Blasdel’s buddy who wanted a down-to-earth girl to marry and start a family. People reports.
By the time Johnson proposed, however, Blasdel and others feared Graham’s commitment to the relationship had faded, and they cautioned against marriage. Then Johnson put his foot down. “He was like, ‘Look, I know you don’t understand, but she makes me happy,’ ” Blasdel recalls hearing his friend say.
Eight days after their June 29 wedding in a park in Kalispell, Mont., doubts roared anew when Johnson, 25, vanished and the stories from his newlywed bride, 22, started to conflict. “At that point,” says Blasdel, “red flags are flying.” We hope this case gets settled and the guilty are brought to justice.