Texas Amber Alert: Maleah Davis abducted near Houston

Texas Amber Alert: Maleah Davis abducted near Houston

Texas Amber Alert: Maleah Davis abducted near Houston

Now, search parties are forming to look for the missing child and an Amber Alert has been issued.

"Darion loses consciousness", Sgt. Mark Holbrook of the Houston Police Department Homicide Division said during a news conference on Sunday.

Vence and Davis were riding in a auto with Maleah's 2-year-old brother. Vence told officers the men then knocked him unconscious and that he later briefly woke up and saw he was in the truck with the suspected kidnappers, Maleah and his son.

Vence allegedly said that he didn't know where he was until coming to at about 6 p.m. on Saturday. The other male hits Darion in the head.

Vence told police he was in and out of consciousness but at some point he woke up in the back of the blue pickup truck with Maleah and his son as the Hispanic men were driving.

All three were abducted, Vence told police.

The vehicle Vence was driving - a silver Nissan Altima belonging to Maleah's mother - is also missing, police said.

Vence then walked to the Houston Methodist at 11pm Saturday where he received treatment and reported Maleah missing.

Police say traffic cameras captured Vence's stolen vehicle, a 2011 Nissan Altima, in the Sugar Land area at around 3 p.m. Saturday with Texas paper tags 3092G9. He's also looking for anyone who may have seen Vence in the hours during which he cannot account for his whereabouts. He said police hoped the public could help them "fill in the blanks" in the narrative provided to them by Vence. They arrived around 10 or 11 p.m., Holbrook said during the news conference.

A motive for the alleged abduction remains unclear.

The girl's mother waited for Vence at the airport, according to police, but when they failed to show up they did not report him missing until the following morning.

"The world doesn't stop for your child, unfortunately. If it doesn't touch your heart, and you don't get emotional, you're just not human". A lot of people we were passing out the fliers were like, 'Oh, we haven't heard of it. An Amber Alert has been issued. "She has a handsome energy and we just want to find her at this point". "She has a lovely energy and we just want to find her at this point", Fannin told Click2Houston. She had just purchased it at a dealership. "If you want to keep the auto or keep whatever you found, that's alright, but we just want her back safe and sound".

"She's needed a lot of care", the police sergeant said. She is described as a black female with black hair and brown eyes.

She is 3 feet tall and weighs about 30 to 40 pounds. She was last seen wearing a light blue Under Armour jacket, blue jeans, and gray Under Armour tennis shoes with pink and white details.

Anyone with information regarding this missing child case should call HPD investigators at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stopper of Houston at 713-222-TIPS (8477).

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