Dallas, Texas–Hinky meters were going off like crazy when the story of Daisja Weaver hit the forums last Wednesday. Daisja’s mother, Tamaira Creagh, had quite a frightening tale to tell. Last Tuesday evening, while Tamaira was preparing to move items to a new apartment, a Hispanic male, dressed in red and black, entered her apartment and attempted to sexually assault her…she managed to fight him off. Thwarted, the man grabbed her infant daughter, Daisja, car seat and all, jumped from a second-story balcony, and disappeared into the night. Scary shit, huh? Almost as scary as the real story behind little Daisja’s disappearance.
About 12 hours after the initial call to police, an Amber Alert was issued. (The alert was delayed because Tamiria could not provide a description of the suspect, and because she and the baby’s father, Alandus Weaver, told conflcting stories). Hours were spent searching the apartment complex and the surrounding area…nothing was found. Tamaira pleaded for the return of her child. “Bring us our child. Please. Daisja, I need you mama. I need you so bad,” she cried. “Whoever has my little girl, bring her back. She needs her mom. She needs her dad. She needs us.” Saturday morning, Tamaira dropped the bullshit act and recanted her story. Daisja hadn’t been kidnapped at all…in fact, she was dead. Here’s the real story…
On June 8, Alandus picked her up from work, but Daisja wasn’t with him. Tamaira asked him where the baby was, and he said he had bathed the child and left her home alone. When they arrived back at their apartment, Tamaira found the Daisja’s lifeless body wrapped in a towel on the floor. When she asked Alandus what happened, he grew violent. When she attempted to call police, he stopped her and told her they had to “stick together.” They would just tell everyone Daisja had been kidnapped. With that plan in place, Alandus picked Tamaira up from work the following day, drove to Lewisville Lake, stopped on a bridge, tied a sandbag to the baby’s body, and tossed it in. Tamaira, who is 6 months pregnant, told police she went along with the plan because she feared Alandus. The arrest affidavit does not mention the cause of death and little Daisja’s body still hasn’t been recovered.
Alandus Weaver, 21, and Tamaira Creagh, 19, are both being held on charges of tampering with evidence. Police say more charges are likely, pending the outcome of the search and investigation.
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