The stepfather of Maleah Davis is said to have killed her and dumped her body on the side of a road in Arkansas.
Derion Vence is said to have promised Friday his confession to Quanell X, a community activist who represented Maleah's mother.
The police would not confirm that he had made the confession when he contacted DailyMail.com.
Quanell claims that an airplane is scrambled to fly from Houston, Texas, where Maleah has disappeared, to the place in Arkansas, where Vence would have said he dumped her body.
& # 39; What happened to Maleah was an accident. He says it was an accident. And he confessed to me where he dumped her body.
& # 39; He was very specific with the amount of distance and time. When I was able to leave and look it up on my phone, he was about the distance and time.
Derion Vence is said to have made his confession on Friday. He claimed to be his young stepdaughter & # 39; by accident & # 39; had killed and her body had dumped hundreds of miles from their home
& # 39; He said he went to Arkansas, got out of the car, walked to the side of the road and dumped the body of the road, & # 39; Quanell told The Houston Chronicle.
He said he had met with the director of Equusearch, who works with the police in cases of missing persons, to find her.
& # 39; I think it is true that at three o'clock I & # 39; got a plane in line in the afternoon. to control a detective, and various officers to go there and continue to search. & # 39;
The director did not immediately respond to questions from DailyMail.com on Friday.
The alleged confession comes almost a month after Vence missed Maleah on May 4.
He staggered into the hospital with his one-year-old son, who claimed that all three had been abducted by Spanish spies the day before while driving to the airport to pick up Maleah & # 39; s mother, Brittany Bowens.
Maleah Davis & # 39; mother, former Brittany Bowens spokesperson, Quannell X (show her) says Vence made the confession on Friday. The police have not yet confirmed it
In what is believed to be the final image of Maleah, the four-year-old enters the apartment in a pink tutu
Maleah Davis is shown as he walked to stepfather Derion Vence's house in Houston but was no longer seen
Vence is seen leaving the family apartment with a blue laundry basket with a large black garbage bag the next time he left the house on May 3. It is the day he claimed they were all kidnapped
Vence and his one-year-old are shown on May 3, the day he said they were all kidnapped, but there is no sign of Maleah
Another security photo shows that Vence entered the hospital with his one-year-old son on May 4, after he said they were all taken prisoner
Vence & # 39; s far-fetched version of the events claimed that the kidnappers had let him and his son go, but Maleah remained.
The police quickly poked holes in it and said he did not tell the truth, but since then they have not been able to produce leads.
Surveillance images also emerged when Maleah entered his home on April 30, but she was never seen again.
The police then found blood in his car.
Quanell represented Bowens – who claims she had nothing to do with her daughter's disappearance – but he distanced herself earlier in the week and claimed that she too had changed her story.
The silver Nissan Vence drove when the alleged attack took place was found on Thursday at a mall in Missouri City, Texas, off Highway 6
Bowens says she was no longer able when Maleah disappeared. Instead of calling 911 when her ex didn't show up, she was waiting for someone else to pick her up.
She then claimed that he & # 39; something & # 39; had done revenge against her daughter for dumping her and calling him homosexual.
Quanell has since claimed to have found his own evidence that Vence molested Maleah.
He emphasizes that Bowens did not know.
Maleah was taken out of her mother's care last year amid domestic violence claims.
She had to undergo brain damage that her mother said she was about to fall over.
Maleah received brain damage last year for which she had to operate. According to the police, she needed extra care
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