Qua'Mere Rogers
 
North American Missing Persons Network
 
Qua'Mere Rogers

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Above Images: Rogers, circa 2008


Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

  • Missing Since: December 1, 2008 from Syracuse, New York
  • Classification: Endangered missing
  • Date Of Birth: June 6, 2005
  • Age: 3
  • Height: 2'5"
  • Weight: 30 lbs
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Brown
  • Race: Black
  • Gender: Male
  • Case Number: NCMC1145099


  • Details of Disappearance
    Qua'mere was last known to be with an adult male relative in Syracuse, New York. His nickname is Quatti.

    Davis fathered Rogers with a 15-year-old in the summer of 2005. The mother walked out on the pair two years later. When he was arrested, Davis told police he handed the toddler over to someone he met at a friend's apartment in Brooklyn in July of 2007. That person was with a group called the "United Nation of Moors". Davis handed the child over to the man, who Davis thought may have been named Yusef Ben Ali, at an unknown location, records state. Davis only met the man at the time he handed off his son, who was between 8 months and 1 year old. The child may have been taken to Georgia with the group, Davis told police that he was between jobs, and the Moors were going to take care of his son until he got back on his feet Davis said he was given a phone number but said that the contact information was no good Syracuse police have not verified Davisí version of events. Authorities no longer believe that's what happened and haven't ruled out the possibility the child was the victim of a homicide. Davis had been charged with abandoning the child, but authorities dropped that charge in order to puruse just a rape case against Davis for having sex with the underaged girl who gave birth to their child.


    Investigating Agency
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
    Syracuse Police Department
    (315) 442-5111
    or
    National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
    1-800-843-5678 (1-800-THE-LOST)


    Source Information
    NCMEC