Missing Siblings In DC Found Safe. But Authorities Are Still Looking for Two Montgomery County Sisters

Missing Siblings Found Safe

Updated @ 2:20pm

DC Police say a missing 1-year-old boy and his 13-year-old sister have been found safe.  Police have not provided any other information in the case.  But Makkah Davis was last seen with his sister Kamahri Davis Tuesday afternoon at their grandmother’s home in the 300 block of Stanton Road, SE.  The FBI had joined in on the search because of the boy’s young age.  There have been reports that the teen had runaway before

Makkah was last seen wearing a blue and red shirt with dark blue with light blue stripe shorts and black sandals. Kamahri Davis was last seen wearing a gray scarf with a pink shirt with flowers. She also had on blue jeans and green vans.

We have learned that the teen has reached out to her mother but she has failed to return the infant. Police say Kamahri has run away in the past but she has never taken her infant brother with her. Police do not believe the two are in any danger.

Two Montgomery Co. sisters are missing…

Montgomery County Police are alerting the public to news of two sisters that are missing. 11 year old Kandyce Matos and her 16 year old sister Karmen Matos have been missing since Saturday.

The two young girls were last seen on Saturday night in their home on Hunters Gate Court in Silver Spring. Their father believes that they may have ran away but they didn’t take anything with them like their eye glasses which they both need. He also mentioned that Karmen the older sister deleted her Instagram account after they disappeared.

The girls are known to frequent Prince George’s County, The District and Wheaton Mall.

Former grand wizard of KKK set to speak at rally in DC Sunday…

The organizers for this Sunday’s controversial “Unite the Right” white supremacy rally have confirmed David Duke will be speaking. Duke is well known for being the former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan. He is actually one of several people set to speak.

Officials are expecting 200 to 300 people to attend the rally at Lafayette Park Sunday. The rally’s is from 3:30 to 7:30. Early reports indicate participants are expected to take public transportation to get to the site.

The National Park Service has not approved the permit. The NPS has also not approved the permits for four counter protest groups planning on holding rally’s during the same time near the site of the “Unite the Right” event.

DC Police are stepping up security and focusing on making sure everyone is kept safe during the rally’s.

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