While Maleah Davis remained missing nearly two weeks after her stepfather said she was kidnapped in Houston, there has been speculation about whether the four-year-old girl’s mother had anything to do with her daughter’s disappearance. In a bizarre twist, Brittany Bowens confirms her 26-year-old alleged husband previously talked about how he would murder someone and where he would dump the body.
“He actually told his mother-in-law a year ago, ‘If I ever murder someone I can dump a body in Rosharon, that will never be found,” EquuSearch Founder and Director Tim Miller said.
Miller also said that Brittany Bowens said this was true and he said this to her mother. There was supposed to be a court hearing today for 26-year-old Vence but it was abruptly canceled for reasons that were not made public. It was reported that he was going to be charged with murder.
Maleah Davis’ mother knew this and left her child alone with him? As of now, the search has been suspended.
The public has been outrage at Bowens. When she was leaving a court hearing for Vence earlier this week, it was reported that a mob of protesters screamed “murderer” and “justice for Maleah.” One person allegedly yelled, “Why isn’t she locked up?”
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In case you missed it, Vence told Sgt. Mark Holbrook of the Houston Police Department’s Homicide Division that he, Maleah and his two-year-old son were on their way to George Bush Intercontinental Airport Friday night to pick up Maleah’s mother, who was flying in from Massachusetts. Vence said he heard a “popping noise,” like a popped tire and pulled over. He said a blue pickup truck pulled up behind his vehicle and two Hispanic males got out.
One of the men allegedly said “Maleah looks very nice, looks very sweet” before Vence was allegedly hit in the head. He supposedly lost consciousness and woke up at 6 p.m. on Saturday. He said Maleah was missing but his son was still there. Vence claims he walked to a hospital, received treatment and then reported Maleah as missing.
The Associated Press reported that Houston authorities said Vence’s account has “changed several times.”
The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services said Maleah and her two brothers were removed from their home last year due to reports of abuse.
Maleah reportedly had multiple brain surgeries. According to ABC reporter Shelly Childers, the surgeries were due to physical abuse.
The stepfather’s car has been found and court documents allegedly said police dogs alerted investigators to the “scent of decomposition” in the trunk.
Maleah was reportedly last seen wearing a pink bow in her hair with a light blue zip-up jacket, blue jeans and gray, white and pink sneakers. She has black hair and brown eyes and stands 3 feet tall, weighing 30 to 40 pounds.
We hope and pray Maleah Davis is found safely.