Community On A Mission To Find Missing Detroit Mother
(CBS DETROIT) – Members of the community are on the march to find a missing mother in Detroit. A day after what would have been her 42nd birthday, members from the Marcus Garvey Movement hit the streets to bring awareness to her disappearance. Preferably living, but a body because bodies don’t just disappear,” said Minister Malik Shabazz of the Marcus Garvey Movement. MORE FROM CBS DETROIT: 17-Year-Old Killed, Father Injured In South Lyon ShootingMORE FROM CBS DETROIT: Missed Gov. Here’s Her Update On The State’s Response To COVID-19MORE FROM CBS DETROIT: Gov.detroit.cbslocal.com
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8 years after Detroit mother vanished, family wants answers
DETROIT Tamala Wells, a Detroit mother of two, was last seen Aug. 6, 2012. Since that day, her mother has never stopped working to get answers. Original Story: Family of Detroit mother of 2 pleads for clues in her 2012 disappearanceI cant get anyone to communicate with me from down there, said Donna Davis. Davis wants to know how could a case go cold on day one and what are investigators doing eight years later? The entire family, including Wells two children -- a son, 25, and a daughter, 14 -- are asking for anyone who might know something to reach out.
7 years later, Detroit family demands answers in case of missing mother
DETROIT - Tamala Wells, a Detroit mother of two, was last seen seven years ago, and her family is coming forward, hoping to generate new clues. Original Story: Family of Detroit mother of 2 pleads for clues in her 2012 disappearanceWells' disappearance dominated headlines for weeks in 2012, but no one has been arrested in connection with the case. Wells-Davis hasn't seen her daughter since she disappeared from Detroit's east side. Wells-Davis will only speak as if her daughter is still alive because there isn't any information to help solve her disappearance. Her boyfriend insists he has nothing to do with her disappearance and has had custody of their daughter since.
Family pleads again for public's help to find missing mother
DETROIT – Detroit police and groups of volunteers canvassed a Detroit neighborhood on Thursday looking for a mother who has been missing for more than three years. Tamala Wells, a mother of two, was last seen Aug. 6, 2012, when she left her home on Appleton near Telegraph in her Pontiac Grand Prix. Her mother, Donna Wells-Davis, said her family is still looking for closure and hopes anyone who knows what happened will speak up. If she's out there I wanna say, 'I love you and your mother is a die hard. One day I'm going to find you and I'm never going to stop,’” Wells-Davis said.