Body of Missing Detroit Transgender Woman Found

Trigger Warning. Fox 2 continues to deadname and misgender intentionally disrespectful of the deceased.

Natasha Kieanna found

Natasha Kieanna found was found this morning

The body of Detroit transgender woman Natasha Kieanna was found Tuesday inside her 2005 Saturn Vue on a residential street on the west side.

Natasha Keianna was last seen by her mother on November 28 when she came by for dinner. The police missing person’s report issued on January 6th reported that she was last seen leaving a motel on December 29 in her white Saturn Vue [year unknown], failing to identify the year of her car. The Saturn Vue had distinct body style changes before the line was discontinued in 2010. Her mother described her daughter’s car as having stripes on the side which made her car uniquely identifiable.

Planet Transgender has an image of a 2005 Saturn Vue, nearly identical to the one owned by Natasha Keianna on our missing person article published January 11, 2020.

The person who called the police to report that her car said it had been sitting there for “a couple of weeks” and that he called the police ‘a number of times’ before they came out Tuesday morning.

Natasha’s mother said that a homicide detective came to her home to tell her that her daughter’s body had been found. Police told FOX 2 that her body wasn’t decomposed and there wasn’t any indication of trauma or foul play.

We will not know the cause of death until the Coroner issues their report but it can not be ruled out that Natasha might have been alive when she parked her car.

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