Kiara Alleyne Bio
Kiara Alleyne is the mother of 11 months old Jhene, Who found dead on September 11 in Anthony, Florida. She prompting an Amber Alert for her daughter, Jhene.
The city of Anthony is located 90 miles northwest of Orlando.
The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement. The baby’s father and 30-year-old, Deangelo Clark was identified as the suspect in the killing of Alleyne.
He was taken into custody later that same day in the Florida Keys, which led to the cancelation of the Amber Alert.
Who is Kiara Alleyne
She was a native of Point Fortin in southwestern Trinidad. Alleyne posted modeling photos to her Facebook page In September 2018.
She wrote in the caption, “I DID MY SHOOT (there are more pictures) I slew my pregnancy and now I’m ready to have my baby girl Downtown Urban Theme.”
On her Facebook About section, Alleyne wrote, “I will say of the LORD, He is my refuge and my fortress: My God in him I will Trust – Psalms 91:2.”
Kiara Alleyne Daughter
Her daughter, Jhene is currently 11 months old. The baby’s father had taken her from her home in Ocala, Florida, 80 miles northwest of Orlando. Florida Department of Law Enforcement officials said that the baby had been left with family members.
In July 2019, Alleyne posted a tribute to her daughter writing, “My sweet Jhene I love you so much, so smart, so advanced so beautiful such a beautiful beautiful soul I can’t wait to see what God has planned for you baby girl just know that Mummy and Daddy is always by your side. We love you Jhenè my 9month old baby.”
Kiara Alleyne Killer (Deangelo Clark)
20-year-old mother Kiara Alleyne was found dead on September 11th, 2019 in Anthony, Florida. Alleyne had threatened to leave to him and said she was going to live in New Mexico with her father. Clark (sheriff’s deputy) said, that he had accused Alleyne of seeing other men.
Clark was arrested after officers were received a call in Long Key saying there had been a burglary in a home. Shortly after, police came across Clark inside of a car, a Mazda CX7 sport utility vehicle, that had been reported stolen.
The car was parked outside of another home. It was on fire and Clark had received burns. He was airlifted to a hospital in Miami. with serious burns.
The Marion County press release reads, As it stands now, Detective Benedetti will serve Clark with the warrant out of Marion County and will charge him with the Long Key burglary.
Prior to his arrest, Clark had written on his Facebook page: “Now I must end my life just know she tried to kill me she walked into I’m sorry to her family.” That post was accompanied by a photo showing him with Alleyne.