On the afternoon of July 27, 2020 50-year-old Diana Davis was tending her plot in a community garden off of South 21st and Proctor. She’d found a large tomato she thought she might use for dinner that evening, but that would never happen.
Diana’s friends and family noticed when they were unable to get in touch with her the next day but didn’t think a lot of it. The next night, everything changed.
Around 11pm on July 29th, Diana’s silver Impala was found engulfed in flames in an alleyway in downtown Tacoma, miles away from the garden she where she was last seen and nowhere near any place that Diana frequented. There was no sign of Diana.
Diana’s body would not be found until August 5th more than sixty miles away in a desolate area near Snoqualmie Pass. Nearly nine months later, it remains a mystery what happened to Diana Davis after she left the community garden on South 21st and Proctor.
Diana is the 19th homicide of 2020. Every homicide leaves behind dozens of friends and family enduring an unimaginable sense of loss, but there is an added trauma when there are no answers as to what happened or who was responsible for the loss of a loved one.
Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 cash reward for information in the death of Diana Davis. You can remain completely anonymous. The number is 1-800-222-TIPS(8477). You can also submit a tip using the P3 Tips app on your smart phone.
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