Thursday, July 12, 2007

Michael Juan Davis - Missing Since June 21, 2007


Michael Davis -

Michael was last seen on June 21, 2007. He has a tattoo on his right forearm that says "JUAN" and another tattoo on his left forearm. He may still be in the local area.

Missing From:
BOTETOURT COUNTY
VA
United States

ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT
Virginia Missing Children's Clearinghouse
1-800-822-4453
Botetourt County Sheriff's Office (540) 473-8631

DOB: Feb 28, 1990
Age Now: 17
Missing: Jun 21, 2007
Sex: Male
Height: 5'7" (170 cm)
Weight: 130 lbs (59 kg)
Eyes: Brown
Race: Black
Hair: Black

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I work for the US Constable,Ltd. We find missing people with Science & Technology. I am the Director of Research. If you can email me with his last two(2)last locations, we maybe be able to shed some light on his possible whereabouts. My email is hyperlogicmm@yahoo.com and my name is Chief William Warr.

ExpatJane said...

Thanks for you comment. However, what I do is scan the missing persons websites and post them here with the hopes that some traffic will come through.

I don't know anything about the facts but what's posted on the websites where I find their information.

So the best thing to do is contact the authorities working on the case. Each post has the contact number for the police department working on the case.

Thanks so much for your offer and I'm sure the authorities will appreciate it.

Ann said...

ExpatJane.

Hello.

Thank you so much for this site.

Many people think of missing women and girls when the issue of missing persons comes up, but, practically nothing is said of missing men and boy children. They too deserve to be accorded humanity and validation. And just as there are family and friends who are worried and grieving over missing women and girls, so too, are there loved ones who are just as distraught over the dissappearance of missing men and boys.

I am also working on the final essay of my three-part discussion on the infamous "Missing White Woman Syndrome" and how it plays out in the media in the lack of coverage given to minority women and girls, and men, who go missing, all the while the missing white females get local, national, and even international coverage.

I will also check out the many other missing persons links you have provided. They will be a wealth of information.

Great site.

Keep up the good work.

ExpatJane said...

Thanks.

I try to balance it out with both boys and girls. I know that if my child was missing I'd not want gender to be a factor regarding the amount of attention the case got.