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Maleah Davis search takes new direction

By: Paige Hubbard 

Search crews are now looking in the Rosharon area for 4-year-old Maleah Davis who has been missing for almost two weeks now.

Members of Texas EquuSearch are searching near Creepy Hollow Haunted House off State Highway 288 in Brazoria County.

The reason for the changed location is because they wanted to pursue a tip they received.

Maleah has not been seen since May 4 after her stepfather claimed that he, his younger son and Maleah were attacked while stopping to change a flat tire.

Despite Vence’s claims, the car he was driving at the time of the alleged attack was located last week with all tires intact.

Darion Vence, who was Maleah’s mother live in boyfriend also claimed that he walked to a nearby hospital.

However, surveillance footage shows Vence being dropped off in the same silver Nissan Altima.

He was arrested over the weekend for tampering for evidence, namely a human corpse.

His bond was originally set at $1 million and he was supposed to have his second court hearing Monday morning.

The hearing was rescheduled until July 10th and his bond was reduced to $45,000 Monday afternoon.

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