SAN ANTONIO — Six days after 8-month-old King Jay Davila went missing, San Antonio police continue to follow all possible leads in the case that is getting national attention.
- Police still searching for King Jay Davila
- Investiagtors searched house of Chris Davila and Jasmine Gonzales
- Prayer service to be hosted Friday
“We’re still looking for the baby,” SAPD Sgt. Jesse Salame said. “We’re continuing to talk to people. If we need to execute more warrants we will do that.”
On Tuesday, investigators searched the home of Chris Davila and Jasmine Gonzales on the city’s west side. The two are the parents of the missing infant. Investigators were seen taking bags from the home. The contents are undisclosed at this time.
Earlier that same day, police tracked down and questioned a local woman by the name of Savannah Ozuna, a person police say is a witness in the case.
At headquarters Wednesday, detectives were asked what was found inside Davila's house and whether or not the investigation was becoming more targeted.
"There are some things we have information on and we don't want to compromise the case and we can't release it," Salame said.
Chief McManus has said he believes Friday's reported kidnapping of the child was a staged event.
The baby's father, Chris Davila, was charged and arrested with endangerment of the child. He bonded out of jail not long after that arrest.
According to police, he was the last person to see and have possession of the baby.
On Friday January 4, King Jay was reported missing prompting a multi-agency investigation. Police say King Jay’s father Chris Davila left his car unlocked, parked at a convenience store on the west side on Enrique M. Barrera Parkway near SW 34th street.
While inside, security video shows a hooded woman walking up and getting into Davila’s vehicle. Police later found the car at Rodriquez park without the baby inside.
Later that evening, security video near Rodriquez Park shows the hooded woman carrying Baby King Jay’s car seat waiting for a ride.
That woman was later identified by police as Christopher Davila's cousin, Angie Torres. She was arrested on an unrelated charge of aggravated robbery and currently in the Bexar County Jail.
This past Sunday, Rodriquez Park was the focus of a family and police search. King Jay Davila’s mother, Jasmine Gonzales, was present during the search. With boots on the ground, search dogs, and air surveillance, investigators canvassed the area. Family members located a baby bottle which is being processed at a forensic lab.
On Friday, Last Chance Ministries will hold a prayer vigil for King Jay Davila.
It will take place at Monterrey Park on the city's west side between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.