Police seek public's assistance in finding missing 18-year-old

Wednesday, March 30, 2011 at 6:27pm
Staff reports
Kendrya Davis

Metro police detectives are asking for the public’s assistance in locating 18-year-old missing person Kendrya Davis, whom family members fear has met with foul play since last being seen at 7 p.m. Monday, March 28.

Davis, of S. 8th Court in East Nashville, told her mother and sister that she was going downtown to the Music City Central bus station to meet a friend.  No one the family knows has heard from Davis since Monday night. A check of her cell phone activity shows that the device has not been used since Monday, something her relatives say is highly unusual.  Davis’ mother reported her missing Wednesday morning.

Metro Nashville Police Department detectives are now in the process of working to locate friends and acquaintances of Davis, some of whom are reported to have gang connections. 

Davis is black, 5-11, 230 pounds and has black hair with red extensions.  She was last seen wearing a red and black sweater jacket, red shirt, blue jeans and red and black high-top shoes.

Anyone seeing Davis since Monday night or knowing her whereabouts is urged to immediately contact the Emergency Communications Center at 862-8600.