Discussion in '2010's Missing' started by summer_breeze, May 6, 2010.
Henrico Police Seek Missing Woman
Ummmm, why is no one looking for this woman?
I live in VA, about 100 miles though, from where she went missing. This is the first time I've heard anything about it.
Here's a Myspace for Peaches.
Sometimes our young ladies change their looks so often it's good to have other photographs.
Be safe wherever you are Peaches. Come home soon, please.
May, 4 2010
Another picture of her at the link above
Conflicting information about Arianna's disappearance from link above in post #5
Police suspect foul play
Jon Burkett Staff reporter
May 10, 2010
It has been a month since Zandra Shearin saw her youngest daughter.
On April 30, a Friday, Arianna "Peaches" Davis and her mother had spent a few minutes at their dining room table talking about school.
Davis, a 20-year-old eastern Henrico County woman who police say may be the victim of foul play, was eight weeks short of graduating from Fortis College, where she has been studying massage therapy, her family said.
(More At Link)
How very sad... Praying that she is found soon.
Posted: Jul 16, 2010 10:48 PM EDT
Updated: Jul 16, 2010 11:03 PM EDT
By Yvette Yeon
Human remains found near Wilkinson Road
Police working to determine age, race, gender
Henrico Citizen Staff Reports 02/08/11
A citizen discovered human skeletal remains earlier this month in northern Henrico County, just off Wilkinson Road, Henrico Police confirmed today.
On Feb. 1, the citizen was searching for deer antlers in the area when he stumbled upon what he believed to be skeletal remains in a wooded area near power lines just off the road. Due to a delay in reporting, police investigators responded the following day and confirmed that in fact the remains were human. Along with a skull, twenty additional bones were located.
This is about 15 miles or so away from where Peaches was last seen.
10:45 p.m. EST, January 27, 2012
Posted on: 9:59 am, December 13, 2012, by Chris Westfall
Short article at link
Posted: May 07, 2013 7:05 PM EDT
Updated: May 07, 2013 8:13 PM EDT
By Tayleigh Davis
May Peaches be found soon.
Decomposed body found in Henrico woods
Henrico police said no foul play is suspected after a decomposing body was found in the woods near Staples Mill Road and Glenside Drive Friday afternoon.
Police said the body, discovered about 2 p.m., appeared to be that of an adult, but that because of decomposition, no further description was available.
Decomposed body found near Arcadia Street in Henrico
The body appears to be an adult but is so badly decomposed they cannot tell if the death is suspicious. The area where the body was found is near a cut through to the 7-11.
I hope this family can get an answer soon. It's been three years, I can't imagine the grief of not knowing.
Study shows missing black children are less likely to appear in the news
Zandra and Lawrence Ford have been waiting for a break in their daughter's case for three years. 20-year-old Arianna Davis, or "Peaches" as she's called by her family, has been missing since April 30, 2010. The Fords say, people aren't aware Peaches is still missing.
"People will come up to me and say, 'I thought they found your daughter. I don't hear about it anymore,'" said Lawrence Ford. "People think it's over with."
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