SAPD locates 'potential witness' in case of missing baby King Jay after executing search warrant

SAPD finds Savannah Ozuna, a 'possible witness' in missing baby case



San Antonio police have located Savannah Ozuna who they said is a potential witness to the disappearance of 8-month-old King Jay Davila.

Officials said Ozuna may have information about King Jay, who was reported missing Friday night.

The update comes less than two hours after police executed a search warrant at the last known address of missing baby King Jay's father, Christopher Davila. 

UPDATE AT 6:20 p.m.:

A detective with the San Antonio Police Department confirmed to KSAT they have executed a search warrant at the last known address of missing King Jay's father, Christopher Davila.

According to jail records, Davila was last known to be living at a home in the 5800 block of Castlebrook Drive on the city's Northeast Side.

KSAT captured investigators and a K-9 unit searching the home. Police could not provide any additional information. 

This is a developing story. Stick with KSAT on-air and online for the latest developments.


San Antonio police are asking for the public's help in locating a woman who they said may have information about missing 8-month-old King Jay Davila.


Police said Savannah Ozuna is a "possible witness" to the disappearance of King Jay who was reported missing Friday night.

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Police Chief William McManus said King Jay's father, Christopher Davila, 34, drove to a West Side convenience store and left his car running and the driver's side door unlocked while he went inside to buy an item.

A woman was seen on surveillance footage jumping into Davila's car and driving off, possibly with King Jay in the back seat. The woman was identified Tuesday as 47-year-old Angie Torres, who is Christopher Davila's cousin and was taken into custody on an unrelated charge, McManus said.

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McManus said the "staged kidnapping was to cover-up foul play" by Davila. King Jay was "not in the car" and investigators are still searching for him, he said.

"We know that there are more people out there who have information on this case," McManus said. "There is one answer that we don't have and that is: Where is King Jay?"

Anyone with information is urged to contact 911 or 210-207-7273.

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