What happened to DeAsia Green? Missing Ohio teen found shot, killed


What happened to DeAsia Green? Missing Ohio teen found shot, killed

Missing Ohio teen discovered dead in an alley after being shot. A teenager was shot and killed in front of John Adams High School. Outside the bus stop, DOA. Tuesday night, a memorial is held for DeAsia Green, a Toledo teenager who went missing before being discovered dead in an alley yesterday. Her mother and stepfather say this shouldn’t have happened and are calling on people to come forward and find her killer. Learn more about what happened to DeAsia Green and her missing case in detail.

DeAsia Green missing case: Explained

Toledo Police are investigating the murder of 15-year-old DeAsia Green. The teen attended Start High school and she was reported missing by her parents on January 5th. She was last seen at her home on December 31, 2022. Police say on January 3rd her parents went to pick her up from a friend. She wasn’t there.

They had some text communication with her but never were able to get her on the phone or see her in person. January 5th they filed a report with the police department. The family says the teen had run away before but this time was a little different.

When DeAsia was 3 years old, her father DeAndre Green was shot and killed while getting into his car in north Toledo on Phillips Avenue. Family members spoke with WTOL 11 after DeAndre Green’s death in October 2010 and pleaded with the community for any information.

“Someone knows something. Any piece of information that you can serve us, the family, or the media, please bring it forward,” Leo Tate Jr., DeAndre’s grandfather, told WTOL 11 during the interview with the family.

What happened to DeAsia Green?

Ohio police report that a 15-year-old girl who went missing has been shot and killed. Her death is being looked into as a possible homicide.

DeAsia Green, 15, a student at Start High School, was reported missing on Monday, and police learned that she had been shot. She was discovered dead by Toledo police in an alley.

The incident is being investigated by police as a homicide, although no suspects have been named. There is currently no information available regarding the teen’s death’s circumstances.

DeAsia Green’s parents had earlier in the month reported her missing, according to investigators who spoke with WTVG. Police described her as a “habitual runaway,” but her parents thought the teen’s disappearance this time was unusual.

DeAsia Green’s parents provided a police search team with the information they had learned, and this helped the team locate DeAsia’s body.

The 15-year-relationship old’s to DeAndre Green, a 2010 homicide victim whose murder remains unsolved, was confirmed by investigators on Tuesday. His case was shown on Case Files by WTVG the previous year. DeAsia’s death, according to the police, is unrelated to that of her father.

A vigil for 15-year-old DeAsia Green

When DeAsia Green’s family, friends, and loved ones gathered for a vigil Tuesday in the same north Toledo alley where her body was discovered the day before, a gunshot-like noise disrupted the ceremony and sent everyone running. Later, police told WTOL 11 that the bang was a firecracker that had been set off. The vigil served as a cathartic release for her parents and other family members and marked the beginning of their recovery process.

Even though the vigil was shortened, Teairia Hill, DeAsia’s mother, thanked everyone in attendance for coming and their support with tears in her eyes.

Hill stated, “De’Asia would appreciate you too because if anything she loved her friends and her family and I genuinely appreciate y’all so much, it means everything to me. Soon after, the firework went off. According to Save Our Community commissioner David Bush, the vigil’s intent to memorialize the Start High School freshmen was not diminished by its length.

“Celebrating a life, or mourning a life, is simply something that’s engrained in our community because these families need to know that they’re being seen or heard in their time of grief,” he added. Bush stressed the importance of continuing to show unflinching support for DeAsia’s family long after her life was tragically cut short.

These families need to be aware of our support, he said. “We want people to put down their weapons, and we want to resolve disputes by alternative means, and (Save Our Community) will always play a part in that.”

Save Our Community, a City of Toledo violence intervention initiative, is both a representation of the endeavor to stop further deaths as well as an extension of the Glass City’s assistance for people mourning the loss of children to violence, according to Bush.

Bush claimed that the Save Our Community program’s sustained success had attracted the interest of outside parties. In the future, he said, a group from Cleveland will be following the Toledo team.



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