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Missing Elmon Tito Davidson Jr.
Davidson, circa 1992; Charles Anthony Walker
Missing Since 08/12/1992
Greensboro, North Carolina
Classification Endangered Missing
Date of Birth Used 09/15/1971 (49)
Age 20 years old
Height and Weight 6'1, 165 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics African-American male. Brown hair, brown eyes. Davidson has a tattoo on his right arm.
Details of Disappearance Davidson was last seen in Greensboro, North Carolina on August 12, 1992. Authorities believe he was tortured and murdered that day and his body dumped in a trash bin.
Five suspects are believed to have been involved in Davidson's murder. One of them, Charles Anthony Walker, was sentenced to death. Prosecutors portrayed Walker, a local drug dealer, as the mastermind behind the conspiracy to murder Davidson. A photo of him is posted with this case summary.
According to witness testimony, Walker asked his girlfriend, Pamela Haizlip, to lure Davidson to her apartment. He was angry because Davidson allegedly tried to burglarize the apartment the previous day.
He was still alive, however, and the men went and found Walker and told him this. Walker then returned to Haizlip's apartment and shot Davidson in the neck.
Walker was charged with first-degree murder and all of the others except Thompson testified against him. Haizlip was never charged.
There was no physical evidence against Walker at his trial and most of the case rested on the testimony of his co-conspirators. He was convicted and sentenced to death in 1995.
Walker was nearly executed in December 2004, but his execution was stayed only hours before he was scheduled to die. In 2006, his conviction was overturned and a new trial was ordered after an appeals court ruled the police had concealed evidence that could have helped his defense.
Foul play is suspected in Davidson's case due to the circumstances involved.
Investigating Agency / Department
Greensboro Department of Criminal Investigation