The Baby Joshua Story: Tot’s Disappearance Anniversary Looms With No Clues, And Still No National Media Attention

18 month old Joshua Davis went missing from his New Braynfels, Texas home February 4, 2011 while 9 adults were present at the time of the child's disappearance.

 

As February 4th approaches there is sadly still no clues in the disappearance of 18 month old Joshua Davis who mysteriously went missing from his New Braunfels, Texas home , where he lived with his mom, and strangely with 9 adults present when the small tot simply vanished into thin air. The child’s disappearance occurred during the winter months and his mom says she has been baffled how the baby could have wandered off with icy conditions around the house. The family called police 10 minutes after they say they noticed the child was nowhere to be found. Sabrina Benitez, the tot’s mom says she became alarmed when “the baby” wandered off while they were watching a movie,”Toy story”. She initially went to “the grandfather’s” room where another baby that young Joshua “was interested in” was. She began to question the other adults about the baby’s location, while no one had seem the baby, that’s when she says she sounded the alarm, and called police. In the early stages of the investigation it was widely believed that baby Joshua wandered off. That theory led to a massive search in and around the 2,500 mobile home populated community in an effort to locate the child. There has never been any sign of the tot, and no indication that someone abducted the child. Just a few months into the investigation, local police solicited the assistance of Federal, State, and Texas Rangers Authorities. The new investigative efforts took on an entirely different direction in finding out what happened to baby Joshua Davis. The Authorities have since revisited the child’s home and collected items from the back yard. Though the child’s mother and family deny any wrong doing in the case, the mother’s initial comments has garnered criticism and suspicion from many within the public who have been following the case. During a Nancy Grace broadcast, the only National Media the child’s disappearance received, analyst have expressed that there clearly appears to be an element of deception in the mom’s story surrounding the night her toddler simply disappeared. View the Nancy Grace Transcript here. One aspect of the case pertaining to the mother’s initial statement that caught my immediate attention, is that she claims to have been watching “Toy Story” with the child and ten minutes had gone by without her having saw Joshua, and she states she “jumped up” to go looking for him. Jumping up tends to infer a sense of urgency. It’s interesting that the mom would become alarmed in a home with 8 other adults there with her, unless there was some event that raised alarm on her part about her child’s safety. There was one person who reportedly had been coming and going from the home, and the fact there is no sign of Joshua tends to offer the perspective that someone in the home either did something to the child or removed him from that house. The mother has admitted the baby wasn’t even tall enough to open any of the doors to the house and that they had been secured all day. These details Sabrina Benitez offer are fuels an opinion that something happened to baby Joshua Davis within their home and somebody knows something about it. However, the child’s family did a Blogtalk Interview on “Peas In Their Pod” last night and have continued to deny any wrong doing. Listen to the “Peas Broadcast” here. With the lack of National Media attention related to the plight of missing children of color, it is imperative that the Black Community began a grass-roots effort to locate our kids, do what we most certainly can, and must do for ourselves. Ms. Janice Lowery, Chief Executive Officer for “Peas In Their Pods” has contacted me for assistance in bringing more National Media Attention to Baby Joshua Davis, and other missing children within our communities. I am willing and prepared to Champion for closure, and safe return of these babies to their families.

 

 

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18 month old Joshua Davis went missing from his New Braynfels, Texas home February 4, 2011 while 9 adults were present at the time of the child's disappearance.

 

As February 4th approaches there is sadly still no clues in the disappearance of 18 month old Joshua Davis who mysteriously went missing from his New Braunfels, Texas home , where he lived with his mom, and strangely with 9 adults present when the small tot simply vanished into thin air. The child’s disappearance occurred during the winter months and his mom says she has been baffled how the baby could have wandered off with icy conditions around the house. The family called police 10 minutes after they say they noticed the child was nowhere to be found. Sabrina Benitez, the tot’s mom says she became alarmed when “the baby” wandered off while they were watching a movie,”Toy story”. She initially went to “the grandfather’s” room where another baby that young Joshua “was interested in” was. She began to question the other adults about the baby’s location, while no one had seem the baby, that’s when she says she sounded the alarm, and called police. In the early stages of the investigation it was widely believed that baby Joshua wandered off. That theory led to a massive search in and around the 2,500 mobile home populated community in an effort to locate the child. There has never been any sign of the tot, and no indication that someone abducted the child. Just a few months into the investigation, local police solicited the assistance of Federal, State, and Texas Rangers Authorities. The new investigative efforts took on an entirely different direction in finding out what happened to baby Joshua Davis. The Authorities have since revisited the child’s home and collected items from the back yard. Though the child’s mother and family deny any wrong doing in the case, the mother’s initial comments has garnered criticism and suspicion from many within the public who have been following the case. During a Nancy Grace broadcast, the only National Media the child’s disappearance received, analyst have expressed that there clearly appears to be an element of deception in the mom’s story surrounding the night her toddler simply disappeared. View the Nancy Grace Transcript here. One aspect of the case pertaining to the mother’s initial statement that caught my immediate attention, is that she claims to have been watching “Toy Story” with the child and ten minutes had gone by without her having saw Joshua, and she states she “jumped up” to go looking for him. Jumping up tends to infer a sense of urgency. It’s interesting that the mom would become alarmed in a home with 8 other adults there with her, unless there was some event that raised alarm on her part about her child’s safety. There was one person who reportedly had been coming and going from the home, and the fact there is no sign of Joshua tends to offer the perspective that someone in the home either did something to the child or removed him from that house. The mother has admitted the baby wasn’t even tall enough to open any of the doors to the house and that they had been secured all day. These details Sabrina Benitez offer are fuels an opinion that something happened to baby Joshua Davis within their home and somebody knows something about it. However, the child’s family did a Blogtalk Interview on “Peas In Their Pod” last night and have continued to deny any wrong doing. Listen to the “Peas Broadcast” here. With the lack of National Media attention related to the plight of missing children of color, it is imperative that the Black Community began a grass-roots effort to locate our kids, do what we most certainly can, and must do for ourselves. Ms. Janice Lowery, Chief Executive Officer for “Peas In Their Pods” has contacted me for assistance in bringing more National Media Attention to Baby Joshua Davis, and other missing children within our communities. I am willing and prepared to Champion for closure, and safe return of these babies to their families.

 

 

The People’s Champion

I’m David Adams

David Adams

Self proclaimed geek, Advocate for the homeless, Social Change, Crime Blogger, and mobile technology enthusiast. Recognized journalist and Human Interest Writer championing the plight of the masses whom are without a voice of their own.

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