LeKeyia Bernice King Disappeared After Calling A Relative In 2014

Posted on July 23, 2020, 2:37 am
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There are conflicting reports about the details regarding LeKeyia Bernice King and her missing person case. Still, the fact remains that the 22-year-old disappeared in 2014 and her loved ones haven’t seen or heard from her since October 1 of that year.

It’s reported that LeKeyia Bernice King was originally from Lancaster, Texas but according to the Texas Center for the Missing Facebook Page, she was visiting Houston, which is three-and-a-half to four hours away from her home. They further report that she was in Houston looking for a job, and The Charley Project added that LeKeyia was with a man who went by the names “Colton” and “Rickey Tokool Rozay.” How they were connected is unknown.

LeKeyia was reportedly last seen in Arlington, Texas on September 28 but called a relative on October 1. The nature of that conversation is a mystery. That call was the last time anyone has heard from her and it’s unclear when or if she planned on returning to Lancaster.

At the time of her disappearance, LeKeyia Bernice King was 5 feet 4 inches tall and anywhere from 125 to 180 pounds. She has black/dark brown hair and brown eyes. The National Missing and Unidentified Persons Database reports that LeKeyia has these tattoos:  the name “Shawn” that is covered by roses on her left breast, one on her hand of a butterfly. The Charley Project lists her eye color as green and reports the following as additional tattoos LeKeyia has: “a black leopard spot pattern on her shoulder” and the word “Gemini” on her lower back. The outlet also states that LeKeyia was known to go by the nicknames “Keli” or “Kelli.”

Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact the Lancaster Police Department at (972) 218-2700 or their local authorities.

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