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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Search warrants released Monday in the case of missing teacher Bianca Tanner reveal more information about what may have happened before the 31-year-old disappeared in the early hours of June 8.

Police searched the Druid Circle apartment that Bianca shared with her boyfriend, Angelo Smith. She and her 3-year-old son recently moved into the place from Greensboro, where Bianca still taught elementary school.

Smith reported Bianca missing just before 1:00 p.m. Sunday, June 8. He claimed she was drunk and the two had argued over a text she received. Smith told officers Bianca Tanner left the apartment, carrying a bag with her, around 11:46 p.m. June 7.

(Click here to view more photos of Bianca and pics from the search)

There hasn't been any activity on Bianca's cell phone, social media or bank accounts since she vanished. Police served the search warrants for the Druid Circle apartment and Smith's red mustang June 10.

They seized a Dell laptop, iPhone, various papers, two notebooks and a bottle of Captain Morgan rum. The warrants also said police took foam bedding from the trash outside, a black zipper pouch with an empty magazine, two torn photographs and a gold post earring from the trash inside.

Interviewers spoke with Bianca's 3-year-old son, too. According to the warrants, he told officers Mommy got a spanking with a belt. Angelo kicked mommy's butt and made her cry . The documents say the child also said, Angelo is mean to mommy and hurt mommy in the face .

CMPD said Smith voluntarily came to the Law Enforcement Center, but began deleting unknown things from his phone when asked to turn it over. Officers do not know at this time what he deleted.
Police also discovered an outstanding domestic battery warrant for Smith out of Arkansas. He has not, however, been named as a suspect in the disappearance of his girlfriend Bianca Smith.
Police have classified her case as a homicide investigation.

There is a $5000 reward for information on Bianca's whereabouts.

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