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NeShante Davis & 2-Year-Old Chloe Davis-Green Killed Over Child Support

He didn’t want to pay $600 per month.

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NeShante Davis, Chloe Davis-Green Murder

If you bring a child into the world, it’s not too much to assume that you’re emotionally, physically, and financially responsible for your offspring. There are plenty of parents, both men and women, who neglect those duties for various reasons. They abandon their children and go on with life as if the human being they brought into the world doesn’t exist.  Daron Boswell-Johnson decided to forego his responsibilities and instead, opted for the extreme and killed his two-year-old daughter, Chloe Davis-Green, and her mother, second-grade teacher NeShante Davis.

According to The Washington Post, Boswell-Johnson frantically searched the internet trying to find a way to get out of being financially responsible for little Chloe. In 2015 he reportedly typed, “How can I stop child support?” into a search bar. Not long after he looked up, “How does the court know if child support is not paid?”

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The court reportedly knew that Boswell-Johnson was behind on his child support payments because weeks after his last search, they began garnishing his paychecks. He was forced to pay $600 a month to NeShante to financially assist in the care for Chloe.

By February of that same year, the mother and daughter were dead. They had been shot. Executed. In the early morning hours of February 2, 2016, NeShante was with Chloe outside of their home. They were confronted by Boswell-Johnson who told NeShante to drop her child support order. When she refused, he opened fire on both her and young Chloe, killing them both.

Boswell-Johnson told investigators that at the time of the murders he was asleep, but surveillance footage should his vehicle at NeShante’s apartment complex. There was no physical evidence that linked him to the murders, but detectives pieced together enough circumstantial evidence that led to Boswell-Johnson confessing to the crimes.

He reportedly told police that he walked up on NeShante as she was just about to get inside of her vehicle. He said to her, “I want to talk to you about child support.” NeShante refused to speak with him, so Boswell-Johnson then pulled out a gun and shot her in the back. He turned the gun on little Chloe and shot her twice as she sat in her car seat.

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The murderous father then drove off and went to work.

Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Angela D. Alsobrooks asked in her opening statement during the trial, “How much is too much to allow a 2-year-old to live? Is it $200? Is it $400? Is $600 the magic number?”

Before being touted off to jail, Boswell-Johnson wrote his mother a note.

“I know I failed you as a son,” he said.

Boswell-Johnson has been found guilty of both murders and received two consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole.

Please share this story about NeShante Davis and little Chloe Davis-Green to raise awareness about domestic violence. They were our sisters and their lives matter.


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2010s

Meta Valentine, 42: Went Missing In 2014, Ex Charged With Murder

Murder & kidnapping charges have been filed against her ex-boyfriend, but he cannot be located.

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The current status of this case is unclear, but the last reports were back in 2018, four years after Meta Valentine went missing. The last time anyone had contact with the 42-year-old was in Fayetteville, North Carolina back on October 28, 2014, when Meta reportedly spoke with her mother on the telephone at approximately 10:30 p.m. She was said to have been speaking in “riddles” and was difficult to understand. Earlier, Meta was captured by surveillance cameras walking toward her apartment complex on Sycamore Park off Old Wilmington Road following a neighborhood watch meeting. (more…)

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