Maleah Davis: Amber Alert Out For 4-Year-Old Girl — Stepfather Says Three Men Knocked Him Out Cold Before Abduction!

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Maleah Davis Goes Missing In Houston

There is a missing little girl in the Houston, Texas area and the details are befuddling authorities.

According to CNN, 4-year-old Maleah Davis’ stepdad, Darion Vence, told detectives that he, Maleah and his son were on their way to the airport Friday night to pick up Maleah’s mother, who was flying in from Massachusetts, Holbrook said. The stepfather then heard a “popping noise” like a popped tire and pulled over to check on it.

That’s when he says a blue pickup truck pulled up behind the car and two Hispanic males got out. One of the men commented, “Maleah looks very nice, looks very sweet,” according to Vence’s account. The other man hit Vence in the head and he lost consciousness, he told the police.

When Vence woke up, he said, he was in the back of the truck with Maleah and her brother. But three Hispanic males were suddenly in the truck, the stepfather said. He told police he was in and out of consciousness until about 6 p.m. Saturday, when he woke up on Highway 6 with the 1-year-old boy. Maleah was not there. Vence said he walked to a nearby hospital where he received treatment and reported her missing.
Here, Houston Police showed photos of the alleged truck and the stepfather’s injuries.

So sad! According to her stepdad, Maleah had multiple brain surgeries, including one in recent months. The surgeries were intended to help an injury heal, he said and she even felt sick around the time of the alleged abduction.

An Amber Alert describes the kidnappers’ car as a blue, crew-cab Chevy pickup truck, possibly a 2010 year model. Maleah is about 3 feet tall and weighs 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.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Maleah, Houston PD is pleading for answers! Call 713-308-3600.

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