Missing Catoosa County Man
UPDATE: “I miss my older brother, but now there’s nothing I can do anymore,” says Joshua Wright, brother of Noah Brandon Davis.
A missing person cold case has been solved following the identification of human remains by Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office.
The body of Noah Brandon Davis was found in a remote area close to Battlefield Parkway on October 18, 2019.
Due to COVID-19, there were delays in the investigation.
After a DNA match, the sheriff’s office was able to identify Davis a few days ago.
“You almost get used to dealing with something for over periods and periods of as long it’s been. It’s been so hard, you almost go in auto pilot to deal with it. I felt a huge weight coming off my shoulders but it did break me,” says Joshua.
Davis was originally reported missing August 15th back in 2014.
Sheriff Gary Sisk said in a press release, “I thank our investigators and dozens of law enforcement officers with partnering agencies for their tireless efforts to bring some closure to this challenging case…Together we have pursued countless leads, conducted interviews with 41 people, searched thousands of acres in northwest Georgia and southeast Tennessee and spent more than 100,000 hours working this investigation day and night.”
The Sheriff’s Office says due to the lack of evidence on the body and at the scene, the cause of death is still undetermined.
Noah’s brother Joshua says he is not only heartbroken for himself, but his daughter who remembers her uncle, and his mother who never stopped looking for Noah before she passed.
“He loved being an uncle too. So, we used to go swimming a lot. And that day is what we did. Me, him, and my daughter McKayla we went swimming. There’s a little video clip, one or two of them – he would repeatedly hurt himself off the diving board just to make her laugh,” continues Joshua.
RINGGOLD, Georgia (WDEF) – A Catoosa County family is desperately trying to find out what happened to a loved one who disappeared a year and a half ago.
Noah Brandon Davis was last seen in Ringgold June 20, 2014.
After dropping off his Mother at the hospital, he disappeared.
His brother says Noah had some addiction problems in the past.
But he had seemed to be better at the time.
Family members say his Mother is dying, so time is running out to find out what happened to him.
If you know what happened to Noah Brandon Davis, contact the Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office at 706-935-2424.
For more information, click here: http://www.facebook.com/WhereIsNoahDavis