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Mom of 4 Killed by Ex-Boyfriend in Alabama as She started Avoiding him after She found out He is a Convicted Felon in Alabama

Mom of 4 Killed by Ex-Boyfriend in Alabama as She started Avoiding him after She found out He is a Convicted Felon in Alabama

Birmingham, AL: A mother of four named Nakita Chantryce Davidson was allegedly abducted from Thursday, April 11, to Friday, April 12, and then shot dead.

Authorities said her lifeless body was found four miles from the scene of the accident in the trunk of her wrecked car.

According to Sergeant LaQuitta Wade, the mother of four was avoiding the convicted criminal she had been seeing when he allegedly crashed into her vehicle near a cemetery in Birmingham, Alabama, shot her dead, and then stuffed her body into her car’s trunk.

On Thursday, April 11, 40-year-old Nakita Chantryce Davidson was reported missing after a two-vehicle car crash near Elmwood Cemetery & Mausoleum in the early morning.

One of her powder pink sneakers, with a tattered heel, was found during the search, according to a photo in the evidence shared by the Birmingham Police Department.

The 2008 burgundy Saturn Outlook belonging to Davidson was found “in a wooded dead-end area,” almost four miles away from the burial, the next afternoon, according to authorities. Davidson was discovered lifeless inside her vehicle.

Around 6:40 p.m. on Friday, April 12, after a 36-hour manhunt, 37-year-old Cedric Dewayne Robertson was apprehended by U.S. Marshals, together with local police and sheriff’s deputies, as reported by the police.

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According to his online Jefferson County Jail inmate record, Robertson is facing a number of counts, including first-degree kidnapping, capital murder during first-degree kidnapping, and other offenses.

His online jail record did not include a court date, and it was unclear whether Robertson had hired an attorney or pleaded guilty.

When police arrived at the scene of the two-vehicle collision at 2:11 a.m. on Thursday, they discovered what seemed to be signs of a probable shooting or assault.

Authorities now believe Davidson was the driver of the burgundy and black Chevy Traverse, which was the only SUV found by investigators. The vehicle’s year and license plate are unknown.

Davidson was believed to have been abducted in one Chevy Traverse, and at first, the police confused it for her own vehicle during the early stages of the kidnapping inquiry.

According to Wade, the new theory was that Robertson had shot Davidson near the cemetery, put her body in her SUV’s trunk, and then drove her miles to a rural area in Birmingham, where he dumped her car and ran away.

The two had been dating for less than a year when Wade says the killing occurred, but the authorities still don’t know why as reported by the PEOPLE.

Robertson was apprehended by the authorities just three minutes drive from the location where he was said to have exited Davidson’s vehicle.

Robertson was taken into custody without posting bond and put into the Jefferson County Jail just after midnight on Saturday, April 13.

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