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After Being Missing For 2 Weeks, 15-Year Old Black Girl From Chicago Found Dead and Mutilated

Chicago, IL — Sadaria Davis, a 15-year old African American teenager from Chicago, who had been missing for two weeks has been found dead in a nearly abandoned building. Police investigations were finding out little information but reports from social media indicate that Davis was mutilated and some of her organs were missing.

On April 25, Davis was last seen leaving her West Garfield Park home on the 4200 block of West Adams, Chicago. She had no contact with her family since.

Two weeks later, on May 11, Davis’ dead body was found six blocks away from her home, on the floor of an abandoned East Garfield Park apartment.

According to the police, there were no indications on how Davis died and why she was in an abandoned building. The autopsy performed on May 12 was inconclusive as well.

Last week, however, reports from social media were surfacing saying that Davis’ body was mutilated. On Twitter, @KingPowell19973 said that Davis’ “fingers were cut off & some of her body parts were removed.”

Moreover, a vlogger named chasing Truth claimed that some of Davis’ organs were possibly missing. A lot of people has also been calling for a more aggressive investigation that could result in more media attention and hopefully, her family can get justice.

The incident happened months after the death of Kenneka Jenkins, who is reportedly Davis’ friend. Jenkins, who is a 19-year-old African American teenager also from Chicago, was found dead in a walk-in freezer at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Rosemont, Illinois.

Written by The Editor

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