Mother and baby missing from Arkansas, authorities asks for public help

UPDATE 2/2017 –  Remains were found by a deer hunter off Lookout Tower Road. Crews searched the area and found the second body in the same area, reports KATV News. The Benton County Sheriff’s Office says the remains were identified as Carol Elaine Davidson, and the other body is Rosemary. Carol Davidson died from drug overdose and possible hypothermia. They say Davidson had methamphetamine in her system at her time of death.  Deputies believe Carol’s daughter, RoseMarry, died from possible starvation and possible hypothermia.


Rosemary Davidson, 18-months, and her mother, Carol Elaine Davidson, 35, are missing from Siloam Springs, Arkansas.

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Carol was last seen on Saturday, November 12th at the Green Tree RV Park in Siloam Springs.  Before that they were staying in a trailer at Natural Falls State Park before Veterans Day and the authorities are asking the public if you have seen the trailer or van at that time to please call them at 479-529-4110. They are also asking hunters who are in the area to keep an eye out for Carol and Rosemary.

“Carol’s 1999 Dodge Caravan with the Arkansas License Plate 012 UUU was found on the shoulder of Lookout Tower Road, east of Siloam Springs. The vehicle was in driving condition. The baby’s diaper bag and a baby bottle were found inside the van, along with articles of clothing and a box of keepsakes including photos, birth certificates and family heirlooms,” according to 40/29 news.

Michael M. Reed, Rosemary’s father has been questioned by the police.  Reed and Carol Davidson previously lived together, but she hasn’t lived there in several months.  Reed has been granted visitation with Rosemary.

Rosemary is 2’6″, and weighs 40 lbs. She has blonde hair and hazel eyes. Carol Davidson is 5’8″, about 130 lbs, has blonde hair and brown eyes, with a distinctive tattoo on her left bicep, as shown in the above photo.

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