Danna Sugey He was 20 years old at the time he disappeared. She was the mother of a 3-year-old boy, she worked selling items over the internet, mainly clothes, and she made deliveries close to where she lived.
On March 30, 2020, he left his home where he lived with his grandparents, located in the Homex neighborhood, Delegación Natura, in Tijuana, Baja California. It was 4:30 p.m. and he would go to leave an order just one street from his home.
According to the testimony that his mother, Suggey Dávalos, gave to the weekly Zeta, Danna was intercepted by at least two men who were aboard a vehicle cherry sedan type, which ended up forcing her into the car and left the place.
“As a mother you lose the world, I began to ask about the colony to see if someone had seen it and nothing, then I went to report the disappearance, always with the illusion of being able to find it,” he said.
As the days passed, the Salgado Dávalos family grew more desperate, so they decided to take to the streets to demonstrate. They placed the image of Danna Sugey in various parts of the city and spread the disappearance through social networks.
Then they realized that there were more people going through the same ordeal and they asked for the help of the collective Todos Somos Erick Carrillo, which they joined and participated in various searches.
The disappearance of Danna Sugey was reported by various local and national media, so his image was valid for a long time.
The media recalled that on Saturday, October 17, an extensive search for disappeared persons throughout the State began in Mexicali, in which several groups and authorities of the three levels of Government participated. It was called Second Search Brigade, which was organized by the collective Una Nación Busca T and supervised by Cintia del Rincón, coordinator of the Northwest Zone National Search Commission (CNB).
The group had already traveled the Homex cologne on October 19. Buried bodies had already been found in the hills, so it was a point that wanted to review.
The group focused on a vacant lot, where there is a dirt soccer field and where the body of a man buried in 2019 was located. The documents of Danna Sugey Salgado Dávalos were found in the same place.
“The documents of Danna Sugey were found, she is one of the girls they are looking for, I think she lives very close to here, we are going to pass it on to the authorities,” said Angélica Ramírez, representative of Una Nación Busca T.
On Saturday, October 24, one of the searches was organized with the greatest participation of people, search groups, civil society, authorities and the media.
Around 200 people traveled through hills, streams, streams, clandestine garbage dumps and trails, to find any clue that would serve to find the whereabouts of the missing young woman.
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When they did not find any clues, the parents went to some houses that months before had been abandoned, since an anonymous information told them that they could find something there.
Desperate, the parents took a megaphone and began shouting his name, in addition to requesting the residents to allow them into their homes, who agreed, but at the end of the day there were no findings.
However, Everything changed for the Salgado Dávalos family on Tuesday, December 8. They received a call from someone who had to do with the disappearance of the young woman and he told them that they would leave a mark for them to find the body of the young woman, near where the documents were found.
“Last night -December 8- they called me, first I thought he was another anonymous, but because of the tone of his voice, the things he said, I paid attention to him, he said ‘Ma’am, we are going to leave a signal for that he already has his daughter, ‘”said the lady.
One of Danna’s uncles ran to the vacant lot and found a girl’s pink jacket with white floral prints on top of a rod.
It was until the morning of December 9 that the family requested the support of the Todos Somos Erick Carrillo collective to carry out the excavation and, in a matter of minutes, finally, Danna’s body was found.
After the State Attorney General’s Office (FGE) confirmed that the body belonged to Danna Sugey Salgado Dávalos, on Tuesday, December 15, it was veiled. The same people came who had been looking for her for months, but now to say goodbye to her.
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