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Authorities Searching For Florida Mother Of Three Who Vanished From Jacksonville Hotel

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Davinia SterlingOur Missing Hearts

Davinia Sterling is the mother of three children. She was staying at the Regency Inn in the 6800 block of Arlington Expressway in Jacksonville, Florida, with her boyfriend, Jonathan Reed. Davinia's children were not staying at the hotel with the couple. On January 27, 2010, Davinia checked out of the hotel. She never returned to pick up her children, and no one has seen or heard from Davinia since. Davinia Sterling was reported missing on February 2, 2010.

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Davinia SterlingOur Missing Hearts

After she vanished, Jonathan Reed was arrested in the state of Texas. Authorities there arrested him on warrants unrelated to the disappearance of Davinia. While in custody, authorities questioned Jonathan regarding the whereabouts of 31-year-old Davinia Sterling. He was reportedly the last person to see Davinia before she vanished. According to the Tampa Free Press, Jonathan told the detectives that Davinia "ran off" after an argument between the couple. He did not provide any information on her location. There is no information on the type of relationship Davinia had with Jonathan and no known family press interviews. Authorities have not named Jonathan Reed as a suspect in her case. Jonathan was never charged in connection with the disappearance of Davinia.

Davinia Sterling is 5'6"-5'7" and weighed 125 pounds when she vanished. She uses the nicknames "Dee" and "Vinia" and has a tattoo of a Hershey's Kiss on her lower back with the word "Hershey".

If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Davinia Sterling, please contact the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office at 904-630-0500.

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