FBI offers $10K for info on missing Native American woman

The FBI is offering $10,000 for information that could lead them to whoever is responsible for the disappearance of a Washington state woman who went missing from the Tulalip Reservation in December. Mary Johnson Davis, 40, was last seen in late November, according to a bureau bulletin. 

She was believed to be headed to a friend’s house, but never arrived. Her disappearance was reported Dec. 9, 2020.

The #FBI is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for info leading to the identification, arrest & conviction of person(s) responsible for the disappearance of Mary Johnson (Davis). See poster for more details. Contact https://t.co/i8Q6W0Fdnf @Tulalip_Tribes https://t.co/dkdSwrcwJg pic.twitter.com/tbhbDXiwdA

— FBI Seattle (@FBISeattle) September 15, 2021

Her family posted a billboard seeking information regarding her whereabouts, CNN reported. Davis is described by Seattle feds as a Native American woman who stands 5-feet-6 and has a “Sunburst-type tattoo on her upper right arm.”

The Herald Net reports Johnson texted a friend at 1:52 p.m. saying, “I am almost to the church” on the day she disappeared. That friend was supposed to meet with Johnson and give her a ride. Johnson’s estranged husband had reportedly dropped her off at a Tulalip Reservation home the previous day. She is said to have told a friend the two weren’t getting along.

The Tulalip Tribes established its 22,000 acre reservation in 1855 in the mid-Puget Sound area. The expansive territory is described as “rich with natural resources” including lakes, creeks and forestland.

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