Found Deceased TX - Maleah Davis, 4, Houston, 5 May 2019 *EX-FIANCÉ ARRESTED* #7

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  1. MsBetsy

    MsBetsy Well-Known Member

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    I don't know, he just doesn't seem like the type who would go to such extreme lengths for any woman, mother of his child or not.
    All the evidence so far points to him. BB may have known he was abusive, but we really don't have enough evidence that points to her being involved in murder.
    I still believe that it is possible that Maleah died as a result of continuous abuse and the injuries that resulted, and DV tried to cover it up by disposing of her body and making up the kidnapping story.
    But, again, based on her own account, she seems to be guilty of at least child endangerment. Imo
     
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  2. Sally Kimball

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    And then, just a little bit north of the apartments is this very large area. Idk what it is. It is labeled on my map as “ALIEF” but when I google that, it says it’s a neighborhood that has existed in some form or another since the 1800’s and I don’t think that’s what I’m looking at.
     

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    Victoria17 Well-Known Member

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    If I were in the area and it were no trespassing, I would comb through it. But, eek snake season too though. *Correction* I would have my husband comb through it. LOL
     
  4. PommyMommy

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    I agree. I don't have a link handy, so JMO from other cases I've followed, statistics say the younger the victim, the closer to home... MOO
     
  5. Willow Knight

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    Yes, but the question why do we think DV has not been charged yet. I think LE is working on evidence to prove exactly who killed Maleah. Should DV be charged and found not guilty, he can't be tried again. Presently we are hearing evidence that would prosecute him, imagine what his defense will say. If they defense can put reasonable doubt in the jury's mind, such as he was not alone with her, other persons were present, things such as that. I believe LE can prove murder, however at this point with what we know, can they prove DV committed the crime?
     
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    More likely she realizes the impact in regard to ever getting custody of the boys back!!
     
  7. Henry2326

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    Actually now after BB re-canting her abuse charges, I think the spotlight shifted off of him.....other than clean-up man.
     
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    I totally agree , do we have any background on his high school or before?
     
  9. Madison418

    Madison418 Overachiever at over-analyzing

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    So true, good point. I'm sure they are working their butts off to get justice for Maleah
     
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    I agree & totally respect your thoughts! You’re nicer than me because I can’t wven come close to a scenario that makes BB innocent! ;) Of course, I have no idea to what degree she is guilty, but I do believe they are both ‘guilty’ of something. I do think (hope) that LE has lots more info than we know....because if not, the thought of anyone getting away with this crime makes me ill. MOO
     
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    I used to live in Alief. Its Houston. But called Alief district
     
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    Friday, May 3
    1:40 pm - DV leaves with a laundry basket, 3 min later, with bleach, then with his 2 year old son.
    6:47 pm - DV is seen on camera leaving (again) with the 2 year old, and not Maleah.
    (credit to Pommy's spectacular timeline post)

    What happened during those 5 hours is the question.
     
  13. MsBetsy

    MsBetsy Well-Known Member

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    Yes, it's hard to say if he just put the basket in the car and left it for awhile or if he drove off soon after that.
    Someone mentioned that garbage pick up in that area was on Friday. Can anyone verify this?
    I still think it's possible that he put the body in a dumpster and burned other evidence. Imo
     
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    Madison418 Overachiever at over-analyzing

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    And son is a witness to all of this, that is also very disturbing
     
  15. Sally Kimball

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    In the last image I posted...the thing that looks like empty land criscrossed with what looks like dirt paths...is that Alief?
     
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    I doubt he left her in the car. It’s hot and I think that would smell, although IIRC, it started raining. I for some reason don’t see him shoveling. I wonder if those areas he is around floods. Rain and flooding seem to keep people away from those areas of searching and they publicize it a lot on TV and the media. He might not be intelligent, but he seems to have hid her well if he did it and since he was a USPS worker he may know flood areas as well.
     
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    I haven’t been there in years! But there were lots of empty lots when I lived there. The middle school was called Ollie. If that school is around there then that’s the same area...
     
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  18. MsBetsy

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    Yes, I'm really hoping they can get somebody within LE who is experienced with children to talk to him because I have no doubt that he can provide some very valuable information.
    He may be only five years old, but he can likely provide a lot of insight to what was going on behind closed doors in the days leading up to Maleah's disappearance. Imo
     
  19. MsBetsy

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    Does that include the area around the apartment that they searched in the beginning?
     
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    Have the daycare workers mentioned that the were given any reason as to why the little boy was being dropped off but not Maleah? Like she was sick ect?
     
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