VIDEO: New photos show last time Maleah Davis seen alive outside family’s apartment

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HOUSTON, Texas — New surveillance images show Maleah Davis and her mother’s ex-fiance Derion Vence walk into the family’s apartment, but she was never seen coming out.

The photos show the last time Maleah was seen alive on April 30, the same day her mother left town for a funeral. Cameras captured Vence bringing her back into their family apartment that morning.

The article goes on to state the following.

Following that morning, investigators say he was never seen with her.

On May 3, cameras captured Vence leaving the apartment with his 1-year-old son, a laundry basket, and a black trash bag inside.

Investigators have released the following additional details:

  • A laundry basket and gas can ere found in the trunk of the vehicle that Vence reported stolen.
  • 2 canine officers indicated that they sensed human decomposition in suspect’s vehicle trunk.
  • Drops of blood were found in the hallway leading to the bathroom of Vence’s apartment and on various surfaces of the bathroom.

ABC13 further reports:

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — The mother of Houston 4-year-old Maleah Davis, who has been missing for more than a week now, faced tough criticism from protesters Monday.

Brittany Bowens was in the courtroom waiting for her ex-fiance, Derion Vence, to make another appearance before a judge. However, the hearing was reset.

“She didn’t deserve this,” said Davis’ cousin Tamisha Mendoza, who is asking Bowens for answers.

“You said you had suspicions that he was molesting her, why did you stay?” said Mendoza. “Why didn’t you remove yourself from the situation? Furthermore, why didn’t you remove her, even if you didn’t want to leave that situation? You could have sent her to her dad. You could have sent her to her grandparents. You could have sent her anywhere except for leaving her there.”

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