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Woman's murder never solved
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Woman's murder never solved




A little more than three and a half years ago, Tealette Princess Davis’ body was found in a wooded area in the 900 block of Gay Street.

There have been no arrests and no suspects named in the 2007 murder.

According to previous reports, Davis, 28, of 701 New St. was found around 3 p.m. by people passing through the Gay Street area on Aug. 28.

Davis was reported missing by her boyfriend around 5:45 that same morning.

Officials said he told investigators he had last seen Davis just before midnight on the Aug. 27. That’s when he said she left the house to go to the store, authorities said.

A preliminary autopsy report released in Sept. 2007 indicated Davis was strangled to death.

In an additional police report, officials indicated a tree branch was used as a weapon in the murder, as well as a "hand or fist.” No further explanation as to how Davis was killed was detailed on the report and has never been released.

Police have remained tight-lipped about the details of the murder in an effort to preserve the investigation, said Detective Eric Kearney.

Police say they would very much like to arrest Davis’ killer or killers and bring closure to her family and friends.

Anyone with any information, no matter how insignificant it may seem, is asked to contact Detective Eric Kearney at 234-7567, Detective M. McKenzie at 399-2327 or Wilson Crime Stoppers at 243-2255.

gina@wilsontimes.com | 265-7821
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said...

I dont understand how she had a boyfriend whom allowes her to walk to the store by herself then is so worried about her that he puts a missing person report but knowing that something happened what was so different this time i thought missing person is 24 hrs later.. And where is her killer at i wanna no

Thursday, November 14, 2013 at 9:48 PM
ROGER POWELL said...

I WAS A CLOSE FRIEND OF TEALETTE..SHE WAS ORIGINALLY FFROM NY LONG ISLAND .WE WENT TO SCHOOL TOGETHER..BEAUTIFUL HEARTED WOMAN!HER BROTHER AND I WERE EVEN CLOSER WHOM WHICH PASSED AWAY WEEKS AGO ON TEALETTES 32ND BIRTHDAY IF IM CORRECT.GOD BLESS THEM AND THERE FAMILY! HOPE HER MURDER IS SOLVED ASASP..GOD BLESS!

Thursday, December 06, 2012 at 5:01 PM
Citizen said...

Who in the world, goes to the store at midnight???????? Especially being female.
And why would he report her missing @ 5:45 the same morning that the body was found???????? This is too strange, because the average person would have been calling around, asking friends and neighbors even out looking for her as soon as she did not return soon after midnight. Why wait to 5 to call police??????????????? Something is very suspect in this case.JMHO

Tuesday, March 22, 2011 at 9:06 AM
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