Update 2018--Gloria Davis of Lionhearted Mastiffs dissapperance
There was much confusion those first few weeks--lots of miscommunication and misinformation was spread causing confusion in the investigation. Time has calmed those troubled waters; what remains a glaring truth is that Gloria Davis remains missing and there has been no evidence of her being alive since December of 2009. None of Gloria's friends or family have had any contact with her since December 2009. All of her personal belongings including her ID, SS card, driver's license, Checking account information, personal belongings, and her car were found in the house on the Anderson property. Anderson County Animal Control was notified, and there on the property her beloved Lionhearted dogs were found dead, starved and dying. Since her disappearance, there has been no activity on her SS card/number, banking account, credit cards, or any other personal information. Gloria Davis has basically fell off the face of the earth.
On a personal note; I will never stop asking questions and looking for answers. I still have difficulty looking back at the original post I made. Sometimes, I cry when asked about this case. I grieve for the lost of my friend; I grieve that she will never know the love of her grandsons; I grieve that her family and friends do not have the closure needed. The answers may not come in my lifetime, but I have hope and belief that all will be known one day. What I witnessed there on the Anderson property will always haunt me. Both Gloria and her dogs deserve justice.
Gloria and JC winning Winner's Dog from the BBE Class at Mastiff supported entry in Trenton, NJ May 2008.
IF you feel you have information relating to the disappearance of Gloria Davis, please contact the investigating officer in Anderson, SC-- Detective Wayne Mills. Any piece of information may be the link so needed in this investigation. This Information is needed so that Gloria can be brought home to her family. He can be reached at email@example.com.
It is my sincere hope that Gloria can be brought home to her mother, sons and grandsons. Join me in praying that justice will be served.
Catie C. Arney