Found Deceased TX - Maleah Davis, 4, Houston, 5 May 2019 *EX-FIANCÉ ARRESTED* #9

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  1. Lillymac

    Lillymac On Time Out

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    Absolutely. I'm sure that happens and it's scary. I'm not far from caddo lake and its swampy. With all our rain and flooding lately they've been spotted in the river in my area.
     


  2. Harmony 2

    Harmony 2 Administrator

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    FYI this post by Tricia still applies. I see name calling and some posts stepping over the line regarding the mother.

    You may discuss what is stated in MSM but you may not make accusations or insinuations about involvement until the mother is named a suspect or charged.
     
  3. tlcya

    tlcya Old and Tired Websleuth

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    Or maybe to burn clothes used in the crime/clean up at the apartment. But the not stopping for gas is actually just as good a possible reason.
     
  4. Seattle1

    Seattle1 #LiveLikeLizzy&Gabby

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    Here we go folks -- DV's new attorney is disputing everything that we know thus far:

    “We know Quanell X as a community leader,” Harris County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Jason Spencer said. “When a community leader asks to visit an inmate, we generally allow it, as long as the inmate agrees to the visit.”

    Quanell X claims that his visit with Vence — which Cotlar says happened around 9 a.m. — garnered a supposed confession.

    “Quanell X completely misled my client,” Cotlar said. “I don’t know how he was able to get into the jail.”

    “He said he was going to provide lawyers, that everything was going to be fine,” he said.

    Cotlar added that details that Quanell X alleged to have learned from Vence did not happen.

    “My client did not confess to Quanell. He did not use the word accident with Quanell,” Cotlar said. “I’m not sure why the DA’s Office and Texas Equusearch are giving validity to anything (Quanell) says.”

    “Quanell makes his living off of reward money,” he continued.

    Cotlar is the second attorney to represent Vence after Thomas Burton withdrew as counsel this week because the family could not pay for his services.

    "It's too complex of a case to be working on for free," he said, adding that he was privately attained. He said he received some compensation, but it wasn't enough.

    Burton also said that when he represented Vence, he told him not to speak to anyone. Burton also questioned Quanell X's role in the case.

    "It certainly appears he's attempting to practice law without a license," Burton said.

    Quanell X also told Vence that he was "going to be representing him," Cotlar said.

    Vence was under the impression that his family had sent Quanell X after Burton withdrew and that Quanell X was taking over representation, according to Cotlar.

    In a phone call, Quanell X said he was not representing Vence or his family at the time of his visit.

    He said he went to see Vence at the jail because “I wanted to.”

    “I felt like I needed to,” he said.

    HPD: Child's remains found in bag on Arkansas roadside could be Maleah Davis
     
  5. Herat

    Herat Way out West

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    She would be covered under Medicaid, unless Texas refused to take Medicaid funds....
     
  6. Victoria17

    Victoria17 Well-Known Member

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    That gas can I’m sure is relevant, but it might not even be relevant. There’s people out there who carry gas in their trunks in busy cities when there’s traffic jams
     
  7. lucylulu

    lucylulu Well-Known Member

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    KPRC 2 Houston on Twitter
    This is what happened on Friday in the search for Maleah Davis - more at link

    Joe Vence who is Derion Vence’s father, told KPRC 2 this afternoon that he hadn’t heard about his son’s reported confession to community activist Quanell X. “No, I haven’t heard that. But, how was he (Quanell) able to talk to Derion? He’s not his attorney,” Vence said.
     
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  8. tlcya

    tlcya Old and Tired Websleuth

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    BBM and yet her body was found right where he allegedly told QX he placed it. Wow, I wonder how all this will play out. I hope to hell this doesn't jeopardize the evidence. Have to back read and see if any of our verified attys have chimed in on if or how this confession and the evidence (body) that came from it will affect the trial.
     
  9. PommyMommy

    PommyMommy #ShinelikeShanann

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    This is what happened on Friday in the search for Maleah Davis
    Remains of a child were found in a bag Friday near the search scene for Maleah Davis in Hope, Arkansas, according to law enforcement officials. There has been no identification made on the remains. Authorities said road crews found the remains in a garbage bag emitting a foul odor near Exit 18 in Fulton, Arkansas, which is about 14 miles southwest of Hope.
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    Houston Police Department homicide detectives went to Arkansas on Friday after remains were found during the search for Maleah Davis. Tim Miller, from Texas EquuSearch, helped arrange the plane to take the investigators. Miller, another person from EquuSearch and two detectives took off from the Rosharon airstrip around 3 p.m.
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    Joe Vence who is Derion Vence’s father, told KPRC 2 this afternoon that he hadn’t heard about his son’s reported confession to community activist Quanell X. “No, I haven’t heard that. But, how was he (Quanell) able to talk to Derion? He’s not his attorney,” Vence said.
     
  10. Victoria17

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    Is that stuff recorded when people visit the inmates?
     
  11. lucylulu

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    Jose A. Irizarry on Twitter
    Translated from Spanish by Microsoft
    There are more offerings in honor of #MaleahDavis the apartment where he was last seen in Kirkwood landing within hours of finding a plastic bag with human remains in #Arkansas. More details in @noticiashouston
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    9:07 PM - 31 May 2019
     
  13. MsBetsy

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    Yes, or maybe he thought about burning the body and changed his mind. Or used it to burn other evidence or just poured it in the bag to cover up the smell.
    BB did say he was not known to carry a gas can. Imo
     
  14. Herat

    Herat Way out West

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    We have to remember that Maleah was a healthy normal child at one point

    There was no reason she needed brain surgeries other than she was repeatedly physically abused by someone trusted to care for her. And there was tremendous neglect in treating her for the injuries that person subjected her to.

    There was no reason for any of the pain and suffering that child had to tolerate. There were just cruel adults. And they need to be called out and brought to justice.
     
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  15. Seattle1

    Seattle1 #LiveLikeLizzy&Gabby

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    DV's attorney is definitely in damage control mode right now per my earlier post.

    I'd say that somebody immediately prepped Pops on his response. We've heard him speak before. Don't sound like his words. MOO
     
  16. MsBetsy

    MsBetsy Well-Known Member

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    I guess DV is allowed to talk to whoever he wants.
     
  17. nina318

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    I agree with DV's attorney. IMO - Q needs to stop all interviews and grandstanding. However, there is a body. So..is it possible that evidence collected from the body, the trash bag, and surrounding area will not be admissible? Perhaps. But, I highly doubt it. Also, this case has so much local publicity and outrage, I expect his attorney will request a change of venue.

    IMO - of course.
     
  18. Teche

    Teche Well-Known Member

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  20. dixiegirl1035

    dixiegirl1035 I will do it, but I won't like it

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    SMDH, I knew it went through so many of our minds, but who would have thought.
     
  21. lucylulu

    lucylulu Well-Known Member

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    I hope this doesn't turn into a circus. Maleah doesn't need that right now, she needs Justice.
     
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