“I am at the San Francisco Trauma Hospital with my middle daughter, Jessica. She is in intensive care on life support as a result of Domestic Violence. Her body is covered with bruises, her head has large knots, & she was strangled to death. The EMT’s took three tries to get her heart beating again, she still could not breathe on her own.
She is on a respirator and has been put in a cold coma to try to restart her brain function. They will slowly warm her up while monitoring her brain. When possible they will slowly wake her to see how much damage has been done.
This is how her ‘boyfriend’ Klayton Rhoades, shows her he loves her.
He is on the run, her children are in CPS custody. I will go to court to get them on Friday. Our family is devastated, waiting to see if we will have our beautiful lady back.
We all must do more together.
We must stop this horror.
Please keep Jessica and our family in prayer. I will post updates when anything changes. Thank you all from my heart to yours.
I am sharing pictures of her to be shared with any girls who may be dealing with this or headed in this direction. She would want to show them what they are facing.
**This post was written by Cindy Martin-Wolfe and originally appeared on her Facebook page.
Jessica allegedly passed away as a result of injuries inflicted by boyfriend Klayton Rhoades. After fleeing, 35-year-old Rhoades in now in custody for parole violation and will be under investigation for murder.
“On April 6th, 2019 Jessica Nicole Alva passed after being in a coma for 4 days, as a result of an abusive domestic relationship,” her GoFundMe page reads. “Jessica just turned 35 on January 19th and was in the prime of her life.”
Jessica was a mother to 6 beautiful children: Brianna (17), Cindia (12), Sarah (11), London (9), Alana (7) and Anthony (6).
Her wake and Celebration of Life will be held Sunday, April 14th.
🌷💐⚘💐Flowers can be sent to the Redding Rancheria Community Center.⚘
Posted by Cindy Martin-Wolfe on Thursday, April 11, 2019
Jessica’s mom has initiated the rallying cry “Justice for Jessica” in hopes people will choose to be the voice for her daughter and others who have been abused.
“I am asking each of you to “BE JESSICA’S VOICE”, do as you did with the first post and share it over & over,” she wrote on Facebook. “Thank you from my broken heart to yours. Cindy”
If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence, know there is hope and help available to you. Call the National Domestic Violence Hotline today at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233).