ANCHORAGE - A fellow airman has been arrested in the case of missing Missouri airman Clinton Reeves.
Anchorage Police say James Thomas, 24, has been charged with six counts of tampering with physical evidence.
Police in Alaska tell 41 Action News the charge is directly related to Reeves' disappearance.
Reeves and Thomas both lived on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage.
The homicide unit named Thomas as a person of interested in Reeves' disappearance Tuesday, more than two weeks after Reeves disappeared.
Detectives say the believe him to be a victim of foul play .
No one has seen Reeves since April 22. A friend was the last person to talk to Reeves.
Police grew concerned when his rented red Dodge Avenger was found with his personal belongings still in it.
His parents told Alaska newspapers their son recently received insurance money after a car wreck, so it is possible he had a large amount of cash on him.
Police have set a $25,000 cash bail for Thomas' release.
A man's body was found in a ditch in the same city where Reeves lived on Tuesday, but police have not said whether it's the missing airman.
Thomas' bail was set at $25,000 cash.
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