Kara Blevins, Missing Pregnant Woman, Found Dead in Chippewa National Forest

A missing pregnant woman was found dead in Cass County, Minnesota. Kara Blevins’ body was discovered on Saturday in a wooded area. See below for the details of the case.

Twenty-seven-year-old Kara Blevins was last seen leaving her mother’s home on February 2, 2018 in the Akeley area, southwest of Walker, Minnesota. She was officially reported missing on February 5.

Blevins is said to have been wearing a light gray winter coat, white scarf, and dark pants when she was last seen on Howard Lake Road.

Police officials were worried about her because of the freezing temperatures and because she was pregnant.

Blevins was also without her car, money, or phone.

Details About Kara Blevins

Kara Blevins’ Facebook account suggests that she was in a relationship with a man named Scott Abernathey.

Abernathey’s Facebook page shows that they had been in a relationship since October 2016. Abernathey hails from Marble, Minnesota. He is listed as self-employed.

Scott Abernathey

Photo: facebook.com/scott.abernathey.9

Blevins’ intro on her Facebook page read, “I am a single mother of 2 beautiful little girls whom I love to the moon and back.” This means that, at the time of her death, Blevins was expecting her third baby. She was due May 24, 2018.

What Happened to Kara Blevins?

According to the Cass County Sheriff’s Office, authorities discovered Blevins’ body at approximately 8:15 p.m. on Saturday in the Chippewa National Forest in Cass County’s Shingobee Township.

For autopsy purposes, Blevins’ body was sent to the Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office. It hasn’t been determined if her death was accidental, due to some foul play, or by other means. There have been no arrests. As of now, authorities are still investigating the case and interviewing those who knew Kara Blevins.