Police Arrest And Charge Suspect With Murder Of Missing North Carolina Woman

Police Arrest And Charge Suspect With Murder Of Missing North Carolina Woman

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department arrested a suspect on Tuesday (Nov. 30) and charged him with murder in connection to the homicide of Denee Rawls, ending a weeklong search for the missing North Carolina woman.

In a statement, the police said their investigation led them to 21-year-old Nicholas Davis. He is the victim’s boyfriend.

According to the police, Rawls, 21, willingly left her home on Nov. 22. When she didn’t return, her family contacted the authorities two days later to report her missing. Detectives found Rawls’ body on Nov. 29 in the 7400 block of Harrisburg Road near Albemarle Road in east Charlotte.

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Investigators immediately identified Davis as the suspect, and a warrant was issued for his arrest. The police said the investigation is ongoing.

According to The Charlotte Observer, Davis also has charges of injury to personal property and assault by pointing a gun pending from August 2020.

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