Meshay Melendez Obituary – Death: Vancouver WA Woman And Her 7-year-old Daughter Passed Away, Cause Of Death
A man from Vancouver, Kirkland C. Warren, has been charged with multiple offenses, including violation of a no-contact order with his girlfriend during a drive-by shooting in December. The Vancouver police have reported that the man’s girlfriend and her 7-year-old daughter are missing. Warren appeared in Clark County Superior Court on Monday, where he was charged with witness tampering, unlawful possession of a second-class firearm, and violation of a protective order. The hearing was postponed until Tuesday as the judge required more information on the new charges.
During the hearing, the Assistant District Attorney asked the judge to consider holding Warren without bail or increasing his bail from $100,000 to $500,000, while Warren’s defense attorney urged the judge to keep his bail unchanged. Warren’s girlfriend’s friend stated during the virtual hearing that her best friend was missing because of him.
Although the Vancouver police did not confirm whether Warren was a suspect in the disappearance of his girlfriend and her daughter, investigators believe that their disappearance is linked to criminal activity. Warren was previously charged with multiple domestic violence charges, including shooting at his girlfriend’s home and making false statements about his gun application.
Melendez’s mother reported her daughter missing after being unable to reach her for a routine video chat. She also stated that her daughter’s friends were unable to reach her by phone or at her home, and her daughter’s daughter was absent from school last week. Melendez’s mother urged everyone to be on the lookout for any video footage of them and Warren’s car driving and hoped for their safe return.