MISSING PERSON in St. Louis - Ka'Milla Renee McMiller

For Immediate Release: MISSING PERSON in St. Louis - Ka'Milla Renee McMiller
Contact: Lakeyon Kyles and Allison Brewyahs

St Louis, Missouri - July 9, 2016

UPDATE (8:00PM PST, 7/10/16) According to a Facebook screenshot from Allison Brewyahs posted by @colocha_rachel on Twitter, Ka'Milla has been found and is safe:

Update on #KamillaReneeMcmiller as of 8:30pm. pic.twitter.com/mKSaZ5jfoC

— [work in progress] (@colocha_rachel) July 11, 2016

UPDATE (5:38PM PST, 7/10/16) Paula Mooney for Inquisitr has written more details about the disappearance of Ka'Milla. 

UPDATE (9:26PM PST, 7/9/16)  The exact address of Ka'Milla's last location is the Coffee Cartel in the Central West End at 2 Maryland Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63108.

According to National Crime Information Center, an 18-year-old Black trans woman by the name of Ka'Milla Renee McMiller has been missing since Thursday, June 30th, 2016. While she is misgendered on the Missouri State Highway Patrol website, her mother and friends correctly gender her as she/her/hers. Francisco-Luis White communicated with Anthony Williams on twitter over direct message. White, in conversation with her mother, Lakeyon Kyles, on Facebook messenger, reports that Kyles filed a missing person's report yesterday. Allison Brewyahs writes on Facebook:


Ka'Milla Renee McMiller has not been heard from since Wednesday, July 6th before noon (through Facebook messenger). At the moment, the most recent anyone has seen her was on July 4th in the CWE at Coffee Cartel. If you have any additional information or have heard from her since then, please let me, Jae Shepherd, Koach Baruch Frazier, or her mother Lakeyon Kyles know. Please reach out. We want to make sure she's ok."

This is all the information we currently have. If you have information on her whereabouts or who she may be with, please do report it to Allison Brewyahs or her mother Lakeyon Kyles. You will find additional photographs of Ka'Milla below.Anthony Williams Editor-in-Chief, Afrikan Black Coalition


We have to find #KaMillaReneeMcMiller, a Black trans woman from Missouri who has been missing since June 30th. pic.twitter.com/93r81JCZW1 — Francisco-Luis White (@FranciscoLWhite) July 9, 2016