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MI KAYLAH HUNTER & KRISTIAN JUSTICE: Missing from Detroit MI - 24 May 2014 - Age 6 & 7 months

Discussion in 'Missing 2010 to 2014' started by SheWhoMustNotBeNamed, Sep 29, 2015.

  1. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Kaylah Hunter and Kristian Justice have been missing from Detroit, Michigan since May 2014.


    Kaylah Hunter and Kristain Justice, half-siblings, were last seen with their mother, Alicia Marie Fox, in Detroit, Michigan on May 24, 2014. They had been living with Alicia's husband of 4 months, and Kristian's father, Erin Justice, however, they had moved out shortly before they vanished. They were reported missing nearly 2 weeks later, on June 6, after Kaylah missed her kindergarten graduation.

    On June 9, Alicia's body was found dumped in an abandoned house in Detroit. Erin was charged with her murder and plead guilty to second-degree murder in September 2015.

    The whereabouts of Kaylah and Kristian remain unknown. They are considered to be in grave danger. They may still be in the Detroit area, or somewhere in the Atlanta, Georgia area where Erin was arrested.

    NCMEC - http://www.missingkids.com/poster/NCMC/1233401/1

    FBI - https://www.fbi.gov/wanted/kidnap/kaylah-hunter/view

    NamUs - https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/24916/1/

    Charley Project - http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/h/hunter_kaylah.html

    Facebook - Bring Home Kaylah and Kristian - https://www.facebook.com/kaylaandkristian

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    Man gets plea deal in wife's murder but kids still missing

    His name is Erin Justice, a man who pled guilty to murder but there's still no justice for the family of Alicia Fox.

    She's dead and her children are still missing.

    Many of Fox's family members were livid when they found out about the plea deal. The Wayne County Prosecutor's Office says the investigation into the whereabouts of the missing children remains open and active.


    Detroit Man Gets 45-80 Years In Estranged Wife’s Death; Kids Remain Missing

    A 29-year-old Detroit man could end up living out the rest of his days behind bars after pleading guilty to a reduced murder charge in the slaying of his estranged wife, whose two children remain missing.

    Erin Justice was sentenced to 45 to 80 years in prison for the second degree murder of Alicia Fox.

    Justice at first declined the offer to plead guilty to second-degree murder instead of face trial on charges including first-degree murder, but accepted the plea agreement earlier this month.

    Family members believed Justice knows where the children are, although he hasn’t been charged in their disappearance. Detroit Police Chief James Craig has said investigators have no idea if they’re dead or alive.

    Assistant Wayne County Prosecutor Trisha Gerard vowed to “continue to seek justice” for the Fox family.


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    Family of missing Detroit kids keeps up hope

    More than three years have passed, yet Travae Fox feels she still has not properly put to rest her daughter, who was shot to death by her estranged husband.

    Not only is she still mourning the loss of Alicia Fox-Justice, the Detroit woman remains obsessed with finding her daughter’s two young children, who were last seen shortly before their mother’s body was found June 9, 2014, in an abandoned house on Penrod Street.

    Fox says she can’t give her daughter a proper memorial without knowing the whereabouts of Kaylah Hunter, who was 6, and Kristian Justice, who was 8 months old when they disappeared in late May 2014.

    “We had a private service among family, but we didn’t hold one that is official,” Fox said. “I wanted my grandchildren to be there.”

    Doughty says she thinks the children are alive and living out of state with a family member or close friend of Erin Justice, who is serving 47-80 years in his wife’s death.

    “I believe he feels he has this over us,” said Doughty, who keeps fliers of the children in her car to pass out at convenience stores and other public places.

    Fox says she hopes Erin Justice will tell authorities what happened to the children.

    Detroit Police say they are still investigating the children’s disappearance.

    “We are still following up on every tip and lead that are coming in,” said Officer Jennifer Moreno, a department spokeswoman. “It’s still an open and active case.”

    Moreno declined to discuss the number of tips or the nature of any information received by investigators.

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    Michigan cold cases: 16 kids we're still searching for

    The recent discovery of bones and teeth from three children in Montana raised suspicions that they could be the remains of three brothers who disappeared from southern Michigan in 2010.

    There are at least 16 other children under the age of 10 who have gone missing in Michigan dating to 1958. Here are those Michigan cases, as listed by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children:

    Kaylah Hunter, 6, and Kristian Justice, 1, missing since May 24, 2014 from Detroit. Ages now: 9 and 3. The half-siblings were last seen with their mother, Alicia Fox, who was later found dead. Kristian's father was convicted of second-degree murder in Fox's death and sentenced in September 2015 to 45-80 years in prison. Contact: Detroit Police Department 313-596-5600 or Crime Stoppers at 800-SPEAK-UP (773-2587).

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    Siblings still missing from Detroit after mom found dead 4 years ago

    A pair of Detroit siblings are still missing four years after their mother was found dead.

    Four years later, though, the search continues for Kaylah Hunter and Kristian Justice. The sister and brother were 7 and 1 years old when they disappeared shortly after their mother's death. So, until they are found, the family will never have closure.

    At this point, it's impossible to believe that Erin Justice does not know of their whereabouts or what happened to them. The family's hope is that one day Erin will say where the children are -- and that they'll be alive, save living somewhere with someone.

    Anyone who has any information on what happened to the children, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP.

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