The investigation is currently ongoing
On July 23, Alicia Navarro now 18 years old walked into a tiny Montana police station that was about 40 miles away from the Canadian border and 1,000 miles away from her home in Glendale Arizona. She identified herself as the missing girl from Glendale Arizona. She asked authorities to take her off the missing person's list so she could go on with her adult life and get a driver’s license. Montana police would later contact police in Glendale and inform them that Alicia who was missing for 4 years has been found. In a short video released by Glendale Police Alicia thanks authorities for offering to help her and tells them “ No one hurt me” and wasn’t being held against her will she could come and go as she pleased. And how bad she felt for what she put her mother threw.
Her mother Jessica Nunez and Alicia would also FaceTime but briefly they still haven’t seen each other in person. Jessica would write on her Facebook page Finding Alicia “ For everyone who has missing loved ones, I want you to use this case as an example. Miracles do exist. Never lose hope and Alicia’s fight. She would address her daughter directly writing “ Alicia I know you will fulfill what you promised, You will be back”.
Alicia was staying at Harve's apartment with a man named Eddie Davis who was 36 years old the two had lived in the apartment for about a year.
A man by the name of Garett Smith who was a neighbor would say he remembers seeing the two and saw them holding hands one time.
He remembers one time he had a brief conversation with Davis. Davis had asked Smith if he was from the area Smith responded that he wasn’t and he was originally from Arizona. Davis would stay quiet for a while and stone-faced. Smith also would say he had spoke to Alicia one time “ She said she was walking with her uncle and got lost and she’s looking for the 6th street. I later found out that she was referring to him as her…