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Missing Heather Lynn Higgins
Higgins, circa 2010
Missing Since 09/20/2010
Classification Endangered Missing
Date of Birth Used 04/10/1971 (49)
Age 39 years old
Height and Weight 5'7 - 5'8, 110 - 120 pounds
Medical Conditions Higgins suffers from bipolar disorder and requires medication to control her condition. She doesn't take the medication consistently and has been hospitalized for her condition before. Without her medication, Higgins may have panic attacks and paranoid delusions.
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Blonde hair, blue/hazel eyes. Higgins has knife wound scars on her chest and upper back, and she may be missing a nail on one of her big toes. Her ears are pierced two or three times each. Higgins has scoliosis. She wears eyeglasses for driving and occasionally for reading. She is a heavy smoker.
Details of Disappearance Higgins was last seen in Spokane, Washington on September 20, 2010. She had been in the process of moving into a new apartment, and while she hospitalized, someone burglarized her old apartment on 10th and Cherry and stole the money she had saved for her rent deposit.
Davis stated he dropped Higgins off at home later that day, but never actually saw her go inside the apartment building. She has never been heard from again.
He is the prime suspect in the murder of 20-year-old Kala Williams, whose body was found in 2012, about two months after her disappearance. Police found Davis's DNA on Williams's body. He admitted he knew her but said he had nothing to do with her death.
Williams's body had been cut in half, one part was wrapped in a sleeping bag, and both parts were put into garbage bags. These bags were then covered with branches and debris. Her clothes, including her underclothes, had been cut open and had bleached poured on them. She had a towel knotted around her neck. She also had cuts suggestive of defensive wounds.
In spite of this, the medical examiner's office initially ruled that the manner of death was undetermined. The medical examiner thought she may have died of a methamphetamine overdose. The police ordered another medical review of the body, and a second medical expert found more than 60 wounds to the body not listed in the first report, and ruled the manner of death to be a homicide.
According to Davis's mother, he frequently used drugs and lived on street, and exhibited symptoms of mental illness. In 2010, he came to his mother, very upset, saying he "did something bad." He told his mother that two men had killed Higgins and forced him to dispose of her body, and that these men threatened to kill Davis's mother and sister if he ever told.
Davis said he put Higgins's body inside two sleeping bags and rolled it off a cliff somewhere north of Spokane on the way to a ski resort. His mother wasn't sure whether to believe him; she thought he might have imagined the episode while under the influence of drugs. She reached out to police about her son's story after she learned about Williams's death, and how part of her body had been wrapped in a sleeping bag.
She has two misdemeanor warrants out for her arrest, but authorities don't believe she's running from the law. Since she went missing, she hasn't used her cellular phone or accessed her bank account.
No charges have been filed in Williams's death or Higgins's disappearance, but Davis remains a suspect in both cases.
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