Monroe Police still searching for teen reported missing in April 2020

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UPDATE: OUACHITA PARISH, La. — Detectives with the Monroe Police Department are asking for the public’s help to find a teen who has been missing since April.

Kaley Davis was last seen at the Department of Child and Family Services Office in April of 2020. She was last seen wearing a long sleeve gray shirt with the word “Ouachita” written across the front and light-colored blue jeans.

Davis is described as 5’6″ tall and weighing approximately 165 lbs.

Detectives say that Davis is a ward of the state with a history of running away from foster care. They also say she has ties to the Monroe/West Monroe area.

If you have seen Kaley Davis or know where she might be, please contact the Monroe Police Department at 318-329-2600.


OUACHITA PARISH, La. (Press Release) – Kaley Davis is a light-skinned bi-racial female who walked away from the DCFS Office while left unattended.

Davis is a ward of the state and has a history of running away from foster care. Davis has ties to the Monroe/West Monroe area.

Davis was last seen wearing long sleeve gray shirt with “OUACHITA” written across the front and light-colored blue jeans.

If anyone knows of Davis’ whereabouts, please call MPD at 329-2600 or your local law enforcement agency.

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