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Dec 12, 2011

Mother worried about missing 12 year old

Kevona Williams

A first form student has been missing for four days and her family is desperately trying to find her. Twelve year old Kevona Williams was last seen after school on Thursday.  She was waiting at the West Collet Canal terminal in Belize City, but no one actually saw her boarding a bus and there has been no word on her whereabouts since then. Kevona’s mother, Khandi Carter says her daughter stayed at her aunt on Wednesday night, but when she didn’t come home on Thursday, they started worrying. With the passing days, that worry is growing into fear that Kevona might have been hurt. The family has been handing out flyers and spreading the word on Facebook over the weekend. Today Carter turned to News Five to ask the public to be on the lookout for her daughter.

Khandi Carter, Mother of Kevona Williams

Khandi Carter

“We live dah Mahogany Heights and honestly I noh like ih travel much caz me myself noh like travel dah night especially up deh. So I tell ah once you can’t get pan dah bus, sleep dah my aunty because anytime we stay down yah, dah my aunty. And ih call—ih friend call and seh Kevona miss di bus and ih wah sleep deh cause whenever ih wah late or ih have somebody call me. So ih gone dah mi aunty di Wednesday and my aunty seh ih sleep deh and lef from deh di Thursday morning.  Some students seh she left out afta three caz school ova three-fifteen I think and ih gone dah terminal. Some student seh ih si ah dah terminal. When I gone dah terminal gone check, some people seh deh noh si ah, some people dehn si ah but ih just disappear. Nobody can’t mek account dat dehn si ah lef, some people seh dehn noh si ah ketch di bus. But dis afternoon when I gone dah police station, wah lady form Heights seh dat dehn saw her with certain people—I noh really want call names right now—and dehn seh ih always deh round wid some bwai weh dehn have di question right now. So far I noh really know nothing caz they seh dehn still di question the people dehn and I just hope dat we get wah ansa or so. Me and she neva had no kinda misunderstanding or nothing fi seh dat she would ah fraid fi come home or nothing like dat. So dah like wah mystery fi everybody because nobody know ah fi be dehn kinda child weh would ah run weh or nothing like dat so dah wah mystery to everybody right now. Kevona if you di listen to me, di watch me, if you fraid—if you do something and you fraid fi come home or you friad fi somebody just come home and we wah deal with it. Everybody di look fi yoh, even yoh pah. I get in contact with Kevin Williams and he di worry bout yoh same way. if you want we come fi you, we wah find wah way and we wah come fi yoh. Just something, I just di ask everybody.”

Delahnie Bain

“At this point, it’s been a few days, are you worried that something might have happened?”

Khandi Carter

“Yes, because—I noh want seh dat I di worry because I wah feel like I di give up hope. But I still have hope, di whole family have hope dat ih okay.”

Carter says police are currently questioning two persons. Anyone with information on Kevona’s whereabouts is asked to call Carter at 664-6819, Cedric Williams at 661-8293, Sheila Carter at 203-0029 or contact the police.

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1 Response for “Mother worried about missing 12 year old”

  1. Emerildez Montenegro says:

    Message to miss Khandi Carter, we will pray for your problem, promise.
    Go to a church, any Evangelical church, pray to God, ask the Pastor and the church members to pray for your problem. Promise God that you will serve Him, (but be serious, we cannot play with God) and ask God to please return your beloved daughter well to you. But you MUST move fast.

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