HOUSTON (FOX 26) - Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo and Brenda Bowens, grandmother of Maleah Davis, are back at city hall posing in front of the pink lights in honor of little Maleah.
Chief Acevedo says they are there with friends and family celebrating the little girl’s life and memory.
Sunday, June 9, has been declared Maleah Davis Day in the city of Houston. A group called “Dear Maleah” organized the walk as a tribute to the little girl who captured hearts across the county.
'Walk with Maleah' began at City Hall, and then ended at Harris County Jail. There was also a moment of silence and bubbles blown.
Mayor Sylvester Turner brought comforting remarks at the walk, saying, “We are standing for Maleah and every child in our city.”
Back at @HoustonTX City Hall with Ms. Brenda Bowens, #MaleahDavis Maternal Grand Mother (aka Nana). We are here with family and friends celebrating Maleah’s life and memory. #RelationalPolicing pic.twitter.com/JEHueemGwG— Chief Art Acevedo (@ArtAcevedo) June 10, 2019
Honoring Maleah Davis: City hall is pink tonight, Maleah’s favorite color. A small crowd has gathered to continue grieving and praying for the 4-year-old, whose disappearance and murder captured the heart of the community. Mayor Turner proclaimed June 9 “Maleah Davis Day” 💖 pic.twitter.com/ryjFyuy37i— City of Houston (@HoustonTX) June 10, 2019
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