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HEARTBREAKING: Search Ends For Maleah Davis After Police Find Child Remains In Trash Bag

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In very tragic news, the month-long search for 4-year-old Maleah Davis has ended after police reveal the trash bag they discovered contains a child's remains. They believe it's Maleah after her mother's ex-fiance, Derion Vence, allegedly confessed to killing her. Details inside...

Police have been searching for 4-year-old Maleah Davis for a month. Today, the search reportedly ended after police revealed that they believe the remains of a child found in a trash bag in Arkansas are those of the four-year-old girl.

Yesterday, police in Hope, Arkansas reportedly found a black garbage bag which contained bones, blood, and gave off a "foul odor."

Houston Police believe they are the remains of Maleah Davis, but that can't be confirmed until an autopsy is complete. It's reported the remains were sent to Houston - the city the girl lived in with her mother, Brittany Bowens, and her ex-fiance Derion Vence before her death - Friday night. The remains will undergo forensic testing to confirm the dead child's identity and attempt to determine cause of death.

"Do we believe that's it's possibly her? Yes. But can we confirm it right now? No," Houston Executive Assistant Police Chief Troy Finner said at a press conference on Friday.

Suspected killer Derion Vence reportedly confessed to killing and dumping Maleah's body on a side road in Arkansas, which is over 300 miles from her home in Houston. He allegedly made his confession to Quanell X, a community activist who advocated for Maleah's mother.

Quanell revealed to The Houston Chronicle about what Vence told him about Maleah's disappearance:

"All I can say is he told me it was an accident, and that she is dead and where he dumped her body," Quanell told reporters in a southwest Houston parking lot

"He was very specific with the amount of distance and time," he told the publication. "When I was able to leave and look it up on my phone, he was to the point on the distance and time. He said that he pulled over in Arkansas, got out of the car, walked to the side of the road, and dumped the body off the road."

In an interview with Fox 26, Quanell shared details about Vence's confession:

"I was able by God's grace to visit Derion,’ Quanell said. ‘He voiced his concerns about how he was being portrayed in the media. He was upset with Brittany. He thought he acted as more of a [parent than Maleah’s mother Brittany Bowens]."

"What hurt me [is] he had no remorse. He had no feelings of regret ... and I can't stop crying,’ an emotional Quanell admitted.

"I had to stop myself from crying because he was so cold in this discussion with me. He cared more about what people think about him, than what he did with Maleah. There was no remorse."

If true, Derion is complete and utter evil.

Quanell said he believes Vence snapped after finding out that Bowens was having an affair.

"I asked him, 'Are you a cold-blooded murderer?' He said it was an accident ... He wanted to make it clear everything he was doing for the children by himself. He was cold. He had a cold spirit, almost like I don't care spirit. That's the part I expected emotions and remorse, there is none."

Apparently, simply ending things with his fiancé wasn't an option.

Vence is being held in custody on a charge of tampering with human remains in the disappearance of Maleah.

You'll recall, he told police three Hispanic men kidnapped her after he pulled over on the side of the road to inspect a noise coming from his car. He claims he was headed to the airport to pick up Maleah's mother who had left the child with Vence (on April 30th) so she could attend a funeral. Maleah was reported missing on May4th.

After searching the family's apartment, investigators found blood evidence that matched Maleah’s DNA that was collected from her toothbrush. Vence was arrested on May 11th in connection to her disappearance.

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Quanell is no longer representing Maleah's mother because he believes she knows more about the death of her daughter and is keeping quiet.

A court order banned Bowens and Vence from seeing Maleah's other two siblings (above). Maleah's younger half-brother was reportedly sent to his paternal grandmother, while her older brother was put into the custody of his paternal aunt. The order was reportedly the result of separate motions by Brittany's own mother, Brenda, and the Department of Family and Protective Services. It was previously reported CPS had taken custody of Maleah last year after she was rushed to the hospital with a seizure and a head injury.

During a recent court hearing, Maleah's biological father - Craig Davis - revealed that he tried to see his daughter the same day she was reported missing, but Vence allegedly wouldn't let him. Davis and his sister reportedly went to the Houston apartment where Maleah lived to check on her, but Vence said they couldn't see her "because she had the flu."

That court hearing was in regards to the custody of Maleah's brother. Maleah's mother was also present.

It was also revealed that when Davis and his sister asked if they could just get a look at her sleeping, Vence told them no and would not let them inside the apartment. Hours later, Vence stumbled into the hospital with the story about Maleah being kidnapped.

When it was reported Maleah was missing, Davis https://theybf.com/2019/05/15/search-continues-for-missing-4-year-old-ma... ">shared intimate photos of his daughter on social media.

So incredibly sad.


Photos: Houston Police Department/Facebook

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