BANGOR, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - A newly released affidavit shows text messages between Nichole Cable and Kyle Dube indicating a previous relationship.
According to the affidavit, Nichole texted Kyle Dube about her meeting with the fake Bryan Butterfield. She seems unaware it was Dube behind the Facebook page. Cable texted Dube, telling him about the meeting. Dube told her to text him if she needed anything.
In the affidavit, Cable describes to her boyfriend that Dube allegedly attacked her the night before she disappeared. Cable wrote, "Kyle was trying to kiss and grope me I kept trying to push him off of me and he wouldn't stop."
Cable goes on to say, "He wouldn't stop and he ended up leaving a bite mark on me. So as soon as he got off me I had him bring me home." This incident allegedly happened the night before Cable's disappearance.
The affidavit also gives more details on what happened after Cable disappeared. According to the document, Dube threw Cable's clothes out of the window as he left the scene on May 12 and those items were found by a jogger on May 17.
The sweatshirt identified by Nichole's best friend was "dirty on the back but relatively clean on the front. One sleeve had been pulled inside out and the sweatshirt had been cut and or ripped down the entire length of the front."
The affidavit states that officers believe a foot chase and possible struggle had occurred. Police noticed scratches on Dube's face when interviewing him on May 15.
Officers also recovered a ski mask with an eye hole cut into on near the area where Cable was supposed to meet the fake Brian Butterfield. Dube's DNA was found on that mask.