Davis is safe and unharmed, and will be released back to her family as soon as possible.
Virginia State Police and the Virginia Missing Children Clearinghouse issued an AMBER Alert Sunday night for a child abduction that happened Saturday in Roanoke. Williams was taken into custody and is now facing abduction charges related to this incident.
According to the Roanoke Police Department's Facebook page, Davis was taken from a relative's home at 852 30th Street NW around 6 p.m. Sunday.
Anyone with information about Williams or Davis' location is asked to call 911 immediately or 540-853-2411.
In the release, police said they have reason to believe Davis is in danger.
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Abducted is Deidra Amaya Davis, Black, Female, red hair, hazel eyes, 16 years of age, 5 foot 2 inches tall, weighing 105 lbs wearing long shorts and white tank top.
The suspect has been identified as Camron Gil Williams, who has 7 outstanding warrants for his arrest in the area.
However, it's unknown if that's the vehicle they're traveling in.
Officials believe that she was allegedly abducted by Camron Gil Williams, AKA Cam Williams, who is black with short black hair, brown eyes, five foot ten inches and 130 lbs.
Police said he has a tattoo of a red lipstick kiss behind right ear.