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UPDATED: Two Missing Girls Are Safely Located; LBPD Is Questioning Adult Woman Who Was With Them...And The Girls' Mother Is Arrested For Alleged Felony Child Endangerment


(May 26, 3:55 p.m.) -- As flashed earlier today on, LBPD has located two girls that had been reported missing on Friday (May 25). LBPD says the girls were uninjured, the adult woman who was with them is being questioned about what took place...and the girls' mother has been arrested for alleged felony child endangerment.

LBPD has issued the following release:

On Saturday, May 26, 2012, at approximately 1:30 p.m., officers from the Long Beach Police Department were able to determine the whereabouts of two female juveniles that had been reported missing the day before. The juveniles were uninjured, and an adult female who was with them is being questioned regarding the incident.

On Friday, Long Beach Police were dispatched to a motel in the 800 block of East Pacific Coast Highway in regards to a call that a woman’s two daughters, ages 9 and 13, had been missing since the evening of Wednesday, May 23, 2012. The mother told police that a woman she did not know offered to care for the girls, and the mother allowed the woman to leave the motel with them and had not seen them since.

Police thoroughly searched the motel, the surrounding area, and other locations, and investigated the incident. They were able to identify the woman who was last seen with the girls as "CC," and obtained an image of her from the motel surveillance camera.

Working with media, the police disseminated the photo and information to the community while continuing the search for the missing girls.

Shortly after the information was broadcasted, "CC" contacted Los Angeles County Sheriffs in Lynwood, where she was at the time with the two girls. Sheriffs contacted Long Beach Police, and she is now being questioned for her role in the incident. It has not yet been determined if she will be arrested.

The mother of the two girls, 33-year-old Diondria Cherie Davis, was arrested early Saturday morning for felony child endangerment. Her last known city of residence is Sacramento.

The Long Beach Police Department would like to give a special thanks to our partners in the media and the community for working with us to help locate these girls, and bring them to safety.

The investigation is ongoing, and anyone who may have additional information regarding this case is asked to contact Long Beach Police Department Homicide Detectives Scott Lasch and Donald Goodman at (562) 570-7244. Anonymous tips via web or text may be sent to

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