West Bay teen missing since Sunday

| 21/08/2013

(CNS): The RCIPS is asking the public to keep a look out for a 16-year-old girl from West Bay who has been missing since Sunday evening, 18 August. Nekayla Evanda Walton was last seen by her mother as they were driving in Mount Pleasant Road, West Bay, around 9:50pm on Sunday. According to police, at this time a disagreement took place and Nekayla opened the car door and ran off. She has not been in contact with family members since. The teenager, who has been reported missing previously, is about 5’7” with a light brown complexion. She has the initials DW tattooed on her left thumb and stars tattooed on her shoulder. When last seen she was wearing a tan coloured V-neck t-shirt, short blue jeans and tan Timberland boots with pink trimmings.

Anyone who has information about Nekayla’s current whereabouts or of her movements since Sunday evening should contact West Bay police station on 949-3999 or the RCIPS tip-line 949-7777.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    The majority of these kids are idle, have little to no respect for thier partent and any authority figure. Many of them DO come from good homes but just act out as a way of seeking attention or punishing thier parents whenthey cant have thier way. Most of these run aways are known to the authorities already as truants, they skip school, smoke weed, disrespect thier parents and teachers and out rightdefy thier elders. The random 1 or 2 that may really have serious home issues are few and far between. Most are repeat offenders and should be held to account when they are found or return home. The courts should become involved along  with the assistance of the family support unit and social services to have these run aways monitored around the clock, they should have to do mandatory community service which is monitored and this would take up some of thier free time and make them think twice about running away again and wasting our money 

  2. Anonymous says:

    You idiots should shut the hell up cause its clear you nah know nothin. This girl is a friend. XXXX Not all girls run away to "be with their man", some have real reasons real pain. Stop playing down what is happening to us young people, who get abused by you so called "adults" "fathers" "pastors" "teachers" and nothing happens to unna. Some of you get all "outraged" and what do you do? Blog/bitch about it while sittin on unna asses. Expect more of yahselves before judgeing others.

    • Anonymous says:

      Another damning indictment of the Cayman education system. And these kids wonder why they can't get jobs…

       

  3. Anonymous says:

    Mt Pleasant – West Bay!

    What more can u expect from that area, which has more CCTV cameras than any other community in the entire country!

    Sorry baby…

    • Anonymous says:

      Thu 17:01   WB is one of the largest districts with people from all the other districts living here but every district is polluted in one way or other!  Watch how its moving – another district was labelled 'DALLAS'  while WB was the quiet one. Time changes all things so watch for the change. We are over developed and overcrowded so a 'moratorium'  would be a good change for now. Half the population in WB are from other districts and other parts of the world!

      Maybe Hercules should have been taken to Court for defamation of a district by a ruling Judge!!

      I'm sure all the other 'missing girls' were not all from WB so get  your statistics right before posting nonsense!!!!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Sixteen – with tattoos… I despair.

  5. Anonymous says:

    To all those who made negative comments about the teenager please find out some facts first before judging her.  Maybe the best thing is for you to pray for her since Social Services might not be able to give you any details. She has come a long way and probably tried to do her best in school considering the situation she was trying to cope with.  I would have to learn a lot more about her for further comments but I know the examples she had to follow – some were not very positive. Before commenting maybe everyone need to contact her family and try to give some help to this teen. Nekayala please go to someone you trust – maybe call a teacher or let the Authorities help you if you are having a hard time. Try to finish your education because you are a beautiful girl!     From someone who spoke to you a few times as you walked to catch your school bus early in the mornings but then you moved away – I'm praying for you. 

    • West Bayer says:

      I don't think this should have made News, if she ran away before and the parents well knew it was because of an argument. There was no evidence that her life was in jeopardy. It is not like a Kerran Baker where she just vanished and evidence showed something was wrong. All this event did for this West Bay teen is to unnecessarily made her into an object of redicule and criticism. Under the human rights I wonder if she could sue the media. This was really nothing to blow out of proportions and spread publicly. Many teens ran away before and come back home because parents are not doing their jobs and not parenting well. Some of them I don't blame them for not leaving home. The parents are not good people. So this type of story brought out in the News just sets a wrong precedent that whenever a teen runs away they will be put to national shame by the media. Just look at the comments on this thread and you will understand clealy what I am saying.

  6. Anonymous says:

    It's really easy to see here why we have problems with our daughters.  Look at all of the negative comments made here.  No wonder the girls have such low self esteem.  Why was nothing said about the boy?  Oh yeah, if he was out looking women: he's a stud.  I'm sick of this mentality.  That's why girls feel guilty when they are molested and raped because society blames everything on them.  I remember my mother accusing me of having sex when I was only 9.  She told me that the doctor said I wasn't a virgin.  Even though nothing happened, I actually believed her.  I thought that if the doctor said it, it must be true. Parents and the society here is messing our children up.  Everyone just criticizes the poor children.They can never do anything right.

  7. Anonymous says:

    CNS I saw her yesterday and called the cops, 2 female officers arrived within less than 5 minutes but she bolted and disappeared when she saw them. This was in a GT residential area. Also she's cut and bleached her hair so she doesnt even half resemble her photo. I hope they found her last night but if not they need to be informed that her hair is in a short "boy cut" and bleached. 

  8. anonymous says:

    Little girl please return home to your mother. More than likely the arguement was sound advice from your mother and you became defiant. Stop causing stress to your poor mother and return home. There is no better life out there for you. You are only seeking trouble and when it comes, who would you turn to then, yes….your mother.

  9. Anonymous says:

    "She hasnot been in contact with family members since. The teenager, who has been reported missing previously, is about 5’7” with a light brown complexion."  The bit in bold shows why this is not news and why giving these silly little girls the oxygen of publicity is counter-productive.

    Cayman has a really problem with teenage girls hiding for a few days and wasting police time.  Action has to be taken, and the best solution is to criminalize the behaviour.  A deliberate failure to return home to the parental without permission should become a criminal offence.  I know the bleeding heart liberals won't like that because these actions are apparently "cries for help" or whatever other excuses they give for an individual's selfish attention grabbing uncommunitarian behaviour.  But I want my police to be preventing robberies and protecting safety, not carrying out repeated missing persons searches for stupid teenage girls.  I know that criminalizing would take up some police time at first, but a few of them getting sentenced and having their lives turned upside down for their stupidity ought to discourage others.  The other option is for the police to do nothing, especially for repeated runaways like this. 

  10. Anonymous says:

    Missing girl story of the month.  At least the missing boy story had variety.

    • Anonymous says:

      Publicity is counter-productive when these girls act out.

    • Anonymous says:

      Such a Christian view 15.33…lets hope that nothing has happened to her.

      • Anonymous says:

        08.16 turns out you are right…if some piece of property goes missing, all hell breaks loose here, people threatening revenge, death, machete's etc …whilst a girl that goes missing who may or may not have problems is of no concern and even gets you thumbed down. What happened to the caring Cayman I used to know…