About a year ago a young man posted on social media that he was wondering if he could be a missing child. This information was not well known over the last 11 months until today, when the media posted that the young man had submitted his DNA for testing to see if he was a match for missing 4-year-old D’Wan Sims.
Click on Detroit stated that the Police said the young man came into the station a couple days ago to give his DNA.
D’Wan Sims was reported missing on Dec. 11, 1994, by his mom, Dwanna Sims Harris Jackson. He was only 4-years-old. She stated D’Wan and her had gone to the Wonderland Mall in Livonia, Michigan and he went missing while they were in the crowded mall.
Accounts back in 1994 stated that the authorities went through video and never saw D’Wan with his mom.
Investigators administered two polygraph tests to Dwanna shortly after Sims disappeared and she failed both of the attempts. Dwanna’s mother was a staunch defender of her daughter and believed she was too upset for the results to be correct. But, they might not be so. Click on this story about Polygraph test, What Does Inconclusive Mean on a Polygraph Test, so you can make your own determination.
Mike has posted that his young life was a mystery. That he had reached out to Dwanna, but she blocked him.
Many on social media are wonder how Mike could have a photo of himself at around age 2, if he went missing at the age of 4.
Social media was wondering if Dwanna Harris would provide DNA to be compared with Mike’s, but archives show that DNA tests were conducted using DNA from D’Wan’s parents in 2003 in connected with the remains found of a boy in 1999. So, it is likely that the authorities already have the DNA.
Mike, aka Mike KingCash also posted,
As soon as more information comes in this story will be updated,