Wesley Morgan

April 27, 2010 by  
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Missing since: 05/15/01
Missing from: Clinton, Louisiana
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: 03/14/99
Age at disappearance: 2
Height: 3’0″
Weight: 40 lbs
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Blue
Race: White
Gender: Male
Clothing: Gray Mickey Mouse t-shirt, blue shorts
with a green stripe extending down one of the legs and sandals

Details of Disappearance
Wesley resided with his mother and her former boyfriend in a rented home along US Highway 63 near the Bluff Creek community. He was last seen playing with puppies on the front porch at approximately 9:45am. Wesley has never been heard from again.

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Investigative Agency
East Feliciana Parish Sheriff’s Office
225-683-5459

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Baby-selling charge on mother dismissed

Published: Jun 10, 2008

The state Attorney General’s Office has decided not to prosecute a Jackson woman accused of trying to sell her infant last year, the woman’s attorney said Monday.

Ruby Renee Havard, 26, faced a charge of attempted sale of a minor child after being arrested by Jackson police on Jan. 3.

In addition to a boy born last year, Havard is the mother of Wesley Dale Morgan, who was 2 years old when he disappeared from his rural East Feliciana Parish home on May 15, 2001. The boy has never been found.

Havard’s court-appointed attorney, Rhonda Covington, said she received word of the decision to dismiss the charge Friday in a letter from Assistant Attorney General Matthew B. Derbes.

Covington said she did not know what prompted the dismissal, but she added, “It was the right thing to do.”

“There never was any evidence that she tried to sell her baby,” Covington said.

Tammi Arender Herring, spokeswoman for Attorney General James “Buddy” Caldwell, said the Attorney General’s Office received new evidence from witnesses in the case that was not originally provided to police or 20th Judicial District Attorney Sam D’Aquilla.

“That information provided reasonable doubt that the payments made to Ruby Havard were unlawful in nature. The law does allow someone to pay the medical expenses, including hospital, testing, nursing, pharmaceutical, travel or other similar expenses. Based on that new information, we didn’t think this case was suitable for prosecution,” Herring said in a prepared statement.

D’Aquilla filed the formal charge against Havard, but Covington persuaded a district judge to remove D’Aquilla from the case because she would have called him as a witness had the case gone to trial.

Covington said a couple approached Havard’s mother and Havard before she gave birth last fall to ask if she would let them adopt the child, who was fathered by Havard’s boyfriend.

Havard and the couple talked to several lawyers about an adoption, including D’Aquilla, but neither party could afford to pay a lawyer to handle the adoption, Covington said.

The couple and Havard then went before a notary to sign a statement in which Havard agreed to give up the baby for a specified amount of money, police said.

Covington said the money was meant to cover legitimate expenses, but to be legal, the payments needed a judge’s approval.

After giving birth, Havard “bonded” with the baby and changed her mind about giving him up, resulting in the couple going to Jackson police.

“Had she given the baby to them, this wouldn’t have come up,” Covington said.

Covington said she and her client rejected a plea bargain in which Havard would receive a five-year prison sentence, conditioned upon her telling authorities where to find Wesley Dale Morgan.

“She doesn’t know,” Covington said, adding that law enforcement officers who say otherwise have no evidence to back up their claims.

“She was a teenager with a fifth-grade education when the child disappeared, yet she was supposed to outsmart the Sheriff’s Office and the FBI?” Covington said.

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Denise Porch

April 27, 2010 by  
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Missing since 07/31/75
Missing from:from Charlotte,North Carolina
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: 03/25/54
Age at  Disappearance: 21
Height: 5’6″
Weight:145
Hair: Long blonde
Eyes: Blue
White female

Circumstances of Disappearance
Porch disappeared from her job as manager of the Yorktown Apartments at 254 Tyvola Road in Charlotte, North Carolina on July 31, 1975.

Porch had moved to Charlotte from Denton, about 60 miles northeast of the city, after marrying the man she’d dated since they met as teens in Myrtle Beach. The two lived at the Yorktown Apartments off Tyvola Road.

She worked as a resident manager there, showing available units during the day.

She was last seen showing a man around the Yorktown Apartments. There were no signs of a struggle in Porch’s apartment. The television was on, and the air conditioning left running. Her purse lay on a table and her Camaro was parked outside. The only things missing from her home were the keys to the vacant apartments and a log of available units that she showed prospective tenants. When her husband came home from work around 20.00, her usual note hung on the door: She’d left to show an apartment.

She is believed to have been abducted at gunpoint or knife point during the day. Police mounted a widely publicized search for Porch. Eventually, the leads trailed off. On September 16, 1982, she was declared legally dead.

A former electrician who lived about 300 yards from her apartment complex — and who was later convicted of killing two SC. women — was a suspect but never confessed to her abduction. He was executed in South Carolina’s electric chair.

Investigative Agency:
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (North Carolina)
704-336-3949

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Austin Renshaw

April 19, 2010 by  
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Missing Since: 10/27/03
Missing from :SeaTac, Washington
Classification: Endangered Missing
Date Of Birth: 01/11/ 81
Age at disappearance: 22
Height: 6’1″
Weight: 160 lbs.
Hair Color: Dark blond/brown/sandy
Eye Color: Hazel
Race: White
Gender: Male
Distinguishing Characteristics: Tattoo of a Chinese
character under left forearm

Details of Disappearance
Almost two weeks after his disappearance, Austin’s 1993 silver Chevrolet Cavalier was located abandoned in the parking lot of Chinook Middle School, 25 miles from his home. Inside was a partially eaten breakfast from McDonald’s and some cash. A McDonald’s receipt shows that the meal was purchased around 7:30 a.m. on October 27th in Spring Glen. Austin’s roommates told his father that they last saw him two weeks prior to his car being found and commented that he may have committed suicide.

Investigators questioned several friends and associates, as well as searched the home he shared with his roommates, but found no leads. Austin was trying to make a fresh start after a battle with substance abuse. He regularly attended church, and was believed to have been attending several.

A few days before his disappearance he told his sister that he was afraid someone would try to kill him. No sightings have been reported since his disappearance. Foul play is suspected.

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Investigating Agency
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
King County Sheriff’s Office (Washington)
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Crime Stoppers
(800) 274-6313

Family pleads for answers in man’s disappearance

Oct 27, 2006

“I just miss him…more than anything.”

When Venus Renshaw told us that with tears in her eyes in February of 2004, her brother Austin had already been missing four months.

October 26, 2006 marked the third anniversary of of the Maple Valley man’s disappearance. His car was found abandoned in the parking lot of Chinook Middle School in SeaTac. And in the first months of the investigation detectives were led to believe the 22 year old had likely been murdered.

Now these three years later Austin’s aunt Laurice Dorman is among those begging for answers.

“I just wish somebody would come forward and tell us where he is,” she said. “If they have any heart at all they would.”

She was part of a large gathering of family and friends at the Maple Valley Community Center on Thursday night to mark the third anniversary of Austin’s mysterious disappearance. His father Lorne Renshaw, who has since accepted the fact this his son is probably dead, begged for the chance to at least find his son’s body.

“I believe this has happened in my heart,” he said. “And I just want to find him and bring him home.”

Now the Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound reward for information in the case is up to $10,000. And at the Thursday night vigil, Austin’s face and the Crime Stopper’s reward poster were unveiled on a rolling billboard: a truck outfitted with illuminated posters offered by Gomobile Advertising.

“Austin deserves this,” said Lorne Renshaw standing in front of the truck. “And we’re doing what we can.”

Lorne Renshaw, a professional musician, offered a prayerful song to his son at the candlelight vigil. Austin’s mom Debbie Eklund offered the hope she has left.

“I know that no matter where my son is, where our Austin is, he is with the Lord and the Lord is walking with him whether he is in heaven or he is alive. I know that the Lord is walking with my son.”

If he is alive, Austin Renshaw would now be 25. He is 6’1″ and 160 lbs. He has hazel eyes and a 1 1/2″ by 2″ tattoo of a Chinese character under his left forearm.

If you have any information that can help with this case you are asked to call Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound at 1-800-CRIME-13 (1-800-274-3313). All calls are confidential. If a caller wishes to remain anonymous they are assigned a pin number of their choosing. If their information leads to Austin’s recovery or charges filed in the case that confidential pin number is used to access reward funds.

“Hopefully bring closure to this case,” said Myrle Carnan of Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound. “Hopefully find Austin alive. It’s happened before. But the longer it goes the harder it is. It’s got the wrong signs,” he said of the homicide investigation, “but the fact is maybe he’s out there somewhere yet.”

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Tabitha Franklin

April 5, 2010 by  
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Missing from: Cullman, Alabama
Missing since: 08/08/09
Classification: Missing
White Female
Age at disappearance: 28
Date of Birth: 09/15/80
Hair: Blonde
Eyes: Green
Height: 5’6
Weight:140
Nickname: Tabby
Scars, Tattoos: A angel on her right arm,a scroll on her left arm, a butterfly in between her shoulders and a rose on her ankle.
C-section scar on abdomen and a small scar on her nose.
Clothing: Last seen wearing a black dress

Circumstances of Disappearance:
Tabitha was last seen at a friends home in WestPoint, Alabama. She was then picked up by an adult male acquaintance and driven to Hueytown. The adult make stated that he dropped her off, went to do errands and when he returned to pick her up, she was gone.

Investigative Agency:
Cullman Co Sheriffs Office
256-734-0342

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Raymond Green

March 23, 2010 by  
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(Georgia) -Raymond Lamar Green

Missing since: 11/06/78
Missing from: Atlanta, GA
Classification: Non Family Abduction
Date of birth: 11/01/78
Male Black
Age at disappearance: 5 days old
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Brown

Circumstances of Disappearance:
The  composite shows what Raymond may look like at 28 years.
Raymond was abducted from his home by an unknown black female on November 6, 1978. The abductor was last seen getting into a brown vehicle. She is described as being 5’06, medium build, and she may have a mole on her left cheek. The abductor may go by the name Lisa.

Atlanta Police Department (Georgia) 1-404-658-6666

Nancy Grace’s Cold Cases- May 10, 2010
Woman hopes to find son snatched as a newborn

Forensic artist gives new hope to 1978 missing child case

After 31 years of not knowing, Donna Green could be a step closer to finding her missing child, all because of a chance meeting with world renowned forensic artist Diana Trepkov.

Forensic artist gives new hope to 1978 missing child case

WILMINGTON — After 31 years of not knowing, one mother could be a step closer to finding her missing child.

A chance meeting at the CUE Center’s National Conference for missing person’s in Wilmington introduced two strangers. One of them, Donna Green, said something pushed her to make the drive from Tennessee.

“Thirty-one years ago, I was 16-years-old and I had a baby boy,” said Green.

A baby boy named Raymond born November 1, 1978. Green met the women who called herself Lisa at Grady Memorial in Atlanta just a couple days after giving birth. Lisa started a conversation with Green when she was watching her newborn through the nursery window. Lisa said she was there visiting her sister who had just given birth.

The next day, November 6, 1978, Lisa made an uninvited visit to Green’s apartment. Green let her in and then went to take a shower, leaving Lisa sitting on the couch with Raymond and Raymond’s uncle.
The baby’s uncle feel asleep and when Donna got out of the shower, the baby and Lisa vanished.

Neither Lisa or the baby were seen again.

“Her whole thing of getting to know me and befriending me was to steal my baby,” said Green.

A nightmare that lead her to families of other missing loved ones. After spending just a few minutes sitting next to each other, world renowned forensic artist Diana Trepkov knew she could help.

“She told me four pages of information and I just wrote wrote, wrote,” said Trepkov.

Memories that turned into images for the first time.

“Went to tell her some things about me and she said ‘I can help you, I can help you,’ and she went to telling me and went through the sketches and it was just amazing,” said Green.

Trepkov put those pages of information into sketches, “Her eyes, she kept saying she had nice eyes, she felt like she could trust her and Her bandana on her head was really tight. All hair was tucked in and you couldn’t see one strand of hair coming out,” said Trepkov.

A picture that turned out exactly like she remembered.

“I was numb I was numb I could not just stare and stare I was so numb but I could, it wasn’t anger, but I could feel something going on in the inside, but I couldn’t stop saying to myself ‘that’s her, that’s her,’” said Green.

Also giving her another picture she never had, a picture of baby Raymond.

“She actually made the picture of the baby, of my baby, that was amazing. I told her can I just put him in a blanket and take him home,” said Green.

The abductor, who may go by the name Lisa, is described as being 5-foot-6 with a medium build. She may have a mole on her left cheek and a scar on the right side of her face.

Lisa was last seen getting in a brown vehicle.

Diana Trepkovs sketch of Raymonds abductor

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News 14 Carolina|Unsolved missing persons cases around our state

February 5, 2010 by  
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News 14 Carolina in cooperation with the Cue Center for Missing Persons in Wilmington, is taking a closer look at some unsolved missing persons cases around our state.

 

Missing person inspiration for cross-country road trip

Leah Roberts went missing in 2004. The NC State grad disappeared while on a cross country trip. Her case is the inspiration for the Cue Center’s annual Road Tour. Now volunteers set out on a grueling journey bringing attention to other unsolved cases, including some from right here in North Carolina.

Missing person inspiration for cross-country road trip

10/23/2011 05:22 PM

‘On the Road to Remember’ tour targets missing persons cases

The group “Community United Effort” or CUE was in the Sandhills region Friday to bring awareness to several missing persons cases. Friday’s event kicked off the organization’s annual “On the Road to Remember” tour. CUE volunteers met with family members and local law enforcement in an effort to continue the search for those who are missing.

'On the Road to Remember' tour targets missing persons cases

10/21/2011 07:04 PM

Cold cases re-examined following multiple charges against Boyer

Crime investigators across the state are taking another look at some cold cases after new murder charges were filed Tuesday against accused serial killer John Wayne Boyer. Boyer is now tied to three murders in three states including North Carolina.

Cold cases re-examined following multiple charges against Boyer

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Case of missing Moore County teenager from 2004 given new look

Investigators have given the case of a missing Moore County teenager a fresh look. Jaime Southgate, 15, disappeared shortly before Christmas in 2004

Case of missing Moore County teenager from 2004 given new look

09/04/2011 03:34 PM

 

Oldest missing persons case in NC gets new look

One of the oldest unsolved missing person cases in North Carolina is getting another look by investigators. Leila and 4-year-old Mary Bryan went missing on May 10, 1941 in Carolina Beach. Shortly after they disappeared, the case received national attention. However to this day, no one really knows what happened to the mother and daughter duo.

Oldest missing persons case in NC gets new look

 

Family sticks together in hopes father will return home

The case of a father from Rowan County is getting a fresh look from the CUE Center for missing persons. Michael Rustin, 33, also known as Mikey, disappeared in April of 2009. His family now hopes that anyone with information will come forward. Food and fellowship is family tradition at the Rustin home. And even with everyone not present, thoughts and memories of Mikey are everywhere.

Family sticks together in hopes father will return home

 

Search continues for missing mother

Jessica Lowery, 25, disappeared in December of 2005 from Robeson County. Her family now hopes that anyone with information will come forward. Since her disappearance, there has been little to no information in the case.

Search continues for missing mother

Hoke County investigators look into two cold cases

Two missing persons cases in Hoke County are getting a fresh look from investigators. Both Troy Jacobs and Roger Chambers’ case puzzles detectives because there are few clues to work from. However, family members and law enforcement hold out hope that someone knows details that will help investigators.

Hoke County investigators look into two cold cases

 

Volunteers search for Wilkes Co. man missing 2 years

The search continued this weekend for a Wilkes County man who has been missing for more than two years.

Volunteers search for Wilkes Co. man missing 2 years

N.C. Missing generates 60 tips in 2010

Every month, News 14 Carolina in cooperation with the Cue Center for Missing Persons takes a closer look at some unsolved missing persons cases from around our state. While our stories have generated numerous tips, too many cases go unsolved.

N.C. Missing generates 60 tips in 2010

Family of Asha Degree still hopeful 11 years after disappearance

Asha Degree was nine years old when she walked out of her home near Shelby in the early morning hours of Valentine’s Day, 2000. Motorists saw the young girl walking highway 18 at 4 a.m., but she was never to be seen again.

Family of Asha Degree still hopeful 11 years after disappearance


Family hopes second look at case will provide answers

Kimberly Thrower disappeared in April of 2004 while waiting at her school bus stop near her Laurinburg home. The Scotland County teenager never made it to school that day. Her case is now getting a second look from investigators as family members hold out hope for answers.

Family hopes second look at case will provide answers

Search for missing boy continues 10 years later

Four-year-old Tristen “Buddy” Myers disappeared from his rural Sampson County home nearly a decade ago. His disappearance unfolded just months after the boy came to live with relatives in North Carolina. Roseboro residents and investigators still hold out hope they will find out what happened.

Search for missing boy continues 10 years later


Cue Center Road Tour aims to solve cases in North Carolina

Leah Roberts went missing in 2004. The NC State grad disappeared while on a cross country trip. Her case is the inspiration for the Cue Center’s annual Road Tour. Now volunteers set out on a grueling journey bringing attention to other unsolved cases, including some from right here in North Carolina.


Cue Center Road Tour aims to solve cases in North Carolina

Spring Break trip leaves mother waiting for daughter’s return

An Appalachian State freshman was visiting friends on Spring Break. That is the last time anyone would hear from Virginia Wood, 19, from Beaufort County. Her trip was in 2007 and now her case has grown cold.

Spring Break trip leaves mother waiting for daughter's return

Family continues search for missing son

Dedrick Smith, 26, disappeared from Winston-Salem in October 2006. Smith suffers from a mental illness and is in need of medication. Police and family continue to search for answers in his case.

Family continues search for missing son


After 10 years, daughter still searching for missing mom
Ten years have passed since Pamela Bradshaw disappeared from Wilmington. Now her only child is back in town handing out fliers and meeting with the investigators on the case.


3 cases of missing North Carolina men still unsolved

Missing children often dominate headlines. But across North Carolina, there are hundreds of adults who disappear, leaving family members distraught and with many questions.

3 cases of missing North Carolina men still unsolved

Cue Center conference wraps up with candlelight ceremony

Family and friends lit candles Saturday night in honor of murder victims and those still missing. The candlelight service wrapped up the Cue Center’s annual conference this weekend.

Cue Center conference wraps up with candlelight ceremony


Forensic artist gives new hope to 1978 missing child case

After 31 years of not knowing, Donna Green could be a step closer to finding her missing child, all because of a chance meeting with world renowned forensic artist Diana Trepkov.

Forensic artist gives new hope to 1978 missing child case


911 call changes direction of missing woman investigation

At first, investigators thought Shonda Stansbury, a woman who went missing in 2006, may have left on her own, but a 911 call a few days later told a different story.

911 call changes direction of missing woman investigation

Friends hope new information will lead to justice

Debbie Key disappeared from a Carrboro bar in 1997. Authorities believe she was murdered, but her body was never found. A man even confessed to killing her, but that admission was thrown out, leaving friends and family wondering if justice will ever be served.

Friends hope new information will lead to justice

Families look for help in search of 2 missing women

Two families continue to search for answers in the case of two missing women. Priscilla Rogers, 41, and Pamela Bradshaw, 47, both lived in Wilmington.

Families look for help in search of 2 missing women

Family of missing Gaston Co. woman asks public for help

22-year-old Jamie Fraley was last seen in April of 2008 in Gaston County, near Charlotte. Family members describe her as a vibrant young person with a full life in front of her.

Family of missing Gaston Co. woman asks public for help

Family looks for answers in 2001 missing woman case

The last time anyone saw mother of two Angela Hudson was in September of 2001. Hudson disappeared on a day she and her aunt planned to spend together.

Family looks for answers in 2001 missing woman case

Brunswick County families look for 4 missing women

Four women from different areas of Brunswick County who all have similar backgrounds went missing in a seven-year period. Now, their families and Brunswick County authorities are looking for help in the cold cases.

Brunswick County families look for 4 missing women

Family searches for 24-year-old missing almost 2 years

24-year-old Kyle Fleischmann went missing in November of 2007 after a night out in Uptown Charlotte. And although it’s been almost two years since he disappeared, the family’s search continues.

Family searches for 24-year-old missing almost 2 years

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N.C. Missing Person – Kynande Bennett

Vertasha McCullough-White sits in prison, serving a 20-year sentence for killing her daughter, 4-year-old Kynande Bennett, in 2002. The S.C. girl was reported missing in Whiteville but her body was never found.

N.C. Missing Person - Kynande Bennett

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Donnie Payne

January 31, 2010 by  
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Missing since: 09/15/08
Missing from: Cleveland,Tennessee
Classification: Missing Endangered
Age at Disappearance: 74
Date Of Birth: 02/27/35
White Male
Height: 5’10
Weight: 125
Hair: Brown/Graying
Eyes: Brown
Clothing: Darkpants or blue jeans, plaid flannel shirt
Scars: Previous open heart surgery. Missing several front teeth

Circumstances of Disappearance
Payne was last seen  on foot collecting cans from a dumpster near Ocoee Village Apts near 2nd & Lowery Street  in Cleveland Tennessee by a resident on 09/14/08 around 11:00 A.M. A resident of the apartment building stated it was at the 3rd dumpster where he was last seen.
Payne has not been seen since. His case remains unsolved.

Donnie Lee Payne

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Smokey Mountain Man’s Simple Life Scarred By Tragedy

Donnie Payne with his beloved Jack Russell Terrier. Donnie went missing in Sept. 2008.

At 73, Donnie Payne lived a quiet, simple life in the foothills of the Smokey Mountains in rural Cleveland, Tenn. He lived with his wife of just nine months, Hazel, and his beloved dog, a Jack Russell Terrier.

Donnie loved being outdoors, and enjoyed fishing and camping. Among his favorite places is an area known as Price’s Creek on the Hiwassee River.

Wherever he went, he was always wearing a plaid shirt, dark pants and sporting some kind of hat, and he always had his beloved dog by his side.

Like his life, his culinary tastes were simple, and preferred the local diner rather than some fancy place.

No one knows what happened to him on September 14, 2008 to make him disappear. The last anyone saw or heard from him, he was headed out to look for aluminum cans.

Law enforcement says there may or may not be foul play. They just don’t know.

Sadly, just one month after he went missing, his beloved wife Hazel died.

Several years prior to Donnie’s disappearance, there was an arson on his property, and a dear friend of his died.

Police have ruled out any connection between the persons responsible for the fire and Donnie’s disappearance.

According to members of Donnie’s family, there have been many rumors about foul play.

One is that he was killed for a mere $200 and thrown into a dumpster.

While they fear the worst, they want to know what happened to him.  They hope the right person will hear their cry for help and provide police with the information they need to solve the case.

Investigative Agency:
Bradley County Sheriffs Office ( Tennessee)
(423) 728-7339

With his great grandaughter (a great grandfather)

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In Loving Memory- Morgan Harrington

January 28, 2010 by  
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-CUE Center For Missing Persons extend our deepest sympathy to the Harrington family as they begin this new direction in their journey. Our hearts,our thoughts and our prayers go out to them.-
A new phone number has been established by the Virginia State Police just for Harrington information on the location of the body: 434-709-1685.

Roanoke Times Obituary

The world has lost it’s best hugger. The incomparable Morgan Dana Harrington was torn from us on October 17, 2009. Morgan, age 20, was a shiny, loving, beautiful original. She was very much loved by her family, her friends, and her community, which has now expanded to include much of the world. We cherish the time we had with Morgan and are grateful for the breadth and variety of experiences we were able to share in her tragically abbreviated life. Morgan was born on July 24, 1989 in Charlottesville, Virginia and died there in October 2009. She was an avid music fan, a champion of children’s rights, and planned a career in education. To recognize some of Morgan’s passions we ask that, in lieu of flowers, gifts to honor Morgan’s memory be made to the Morgan Dana Harrington Memorial Scholarship at the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine or to OMNI Orphan Medical Network International, an organization that provides medical care in Africa. Scholarship donations may be mailed to : Virginia Tech, Attn: Gift Accounting, University Development (0336)Blacksburg, Virginia 24061, and OMNI donations to 6930 Empire Lane Roanoke, Virginia 24018. Our reconfigured family, Dan, Gil, and Alex plan on honoring Morgan with a Mass 3:30 p.m. Friday, February 5, 2010 at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church. A reception to celebrate Morgan’s life will follow at the Hotel Roanoke. We are grief stricken by her death but also lifted by the knowledge that Morgan Dana Harrington was precious to so many and will not be forgotten. She mattered to us all.

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CHARLOTTESVILLE

Dan and Gil Harrington, the parents of missing Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington, joined her brother, Alex, and a handful of reporters on Charlottesville’s Copeley Road bridge this afternoon to thank the public for their assistance in helping to find their daughter since her October disappearance.

Harrington’s body was discovered yesterday morning in an Albemarle County field. She had been missing since Oct. 17, 2009, when she disappeared from a Metallica concert at John Paul Jones Arena on the University of Virginia campus.

While her parents declined to discuss the specifics of the case, her mother told the crowd of reporters who had gathered at the bridge that, from what the family had gathered through their conversations with police, “it’s very likely that Morgan did not live through the concert.”

Gil Harrington discussed the agony of the three months since her daughter had gone missing, not knowing where she was or who might be harming her. Not knowing, she said, was more painful than knowing.

For the first time in 101 days, she said, “I’m not thinking every minute, ‘What is he doing to my daughter?’”

The Harringtons told reporters that, now that their daughter’s body has been found, they’re focused on finding her killer. Dan Harrington said the location of her remains suggests a local link to her death.

“This is not a random place where someone would drop off a body,” he said.

The Virginia State Police continue to seek tips. Anyone with information is asked to call the state police tip line at (434) 352-3467.

When they had finished talking to reporters, the Harrington family tied a black ribbon to a light pole on the Copeley Road bridge where a yellow one had been. “Our sorrow,” Gil Harrington said, “is etched on our faces, and our pain has been carved on our hearts.”

Surrounded by media, Alex Harrington arranges flowers at a memorial for his sister Morgan Harrington on at the Copeley Bridge in Charlottsville, where Morgan was last seen. The missing Virginia Tech student’s body was found Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2010 on a farm south of Charlottesville.

Search Info

January 25, 2010 by  
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All search efforts are conducted by professional volunteers for missing persons and are funded by the CUE Center; all funds used are from donations and fund raisers held annually. If you would like to donate to the search and recovery fund, you may use the pay pal service or mail the center directly at the address listed below, thank you.

CUE Center for Missing Persons PO Box 12714 Wilmington, North Carolina 28405

To register your team or yourself for our national call out in the search effort for missing persons across our nation please click on the search/volunteer tab with in this site and download the application.

Resources & Links

January 25, 2010 by  
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CUE Center does work with many of the organizations listed in this area; you may contact the center for a referral. Below you will find links and resources to help you in your search for missing persons; cue center does not endorse any organization or it’s service. If you would like to link to cue, please contact the center before you post a link. The same is requested for the use of the cue logo before placed on a site or used in a public manner.

Ali Forever
Angels That Care
Attempt to Identify
Blue Line Radio
Center for HOPE
Child Seek
Clinton Herald
CODIS
CNN
Diana Trepkov- Forensic Artist
Doe Network
Family INFO Safe
Finders HOPE
Find Monica Foundation
Find Pam Biggers
Forever Searching UK
Fort Lauderdale Florida Police
Friends of Summer Shipp
Garden For The Missing
Guard A Kid
Have You Seen Me?
Help Find Megan Maxwell
In Loving Memory Of Melinda Harder
Investigations Discovery
Justice For Chris Bartholomew.
Justice for Citizens
Justice for Mary Badaracco
G.I.N.A. 411
Kyle Fleischmann Foundation
Life Prints
LostNMissing Inc
Michelle Sigona-International Crime Correspondent
Missing Branson Perry
Missing Brittanee Drexel
Missing Crystal Soles
Missing Debbie Key
Missing Dori Ann Myers
Missing Gayle Moran
Missing Irish People
Missing John Morris
Missing Melanie Metheny
Missing Minors
Missing Patricia Viola
Missing Shirley Hunt
Missing Travis Baker
Mothers Are Vanishing
Missing Pieces Show
Missing Tara Grinstead
Mississippi Missing & Unidentified
NC Crime Control
NC-VAN
NC Wanted
News 14 Carolina
Officer.com
Out Post for Hope
Peace for the Missing
Project EDAN
Project Jason
Protect Every Child
Rachel Alert Network
Readers Digest
Safe Surroundings Private Investigations
Seattle Times
Second Life
Sun Coast Cruisers
Team Hope
Tribute To Christopher Micheal Pierce
USARK9
Victims Rights Advocacy Organizations
Wilmington Chamber
Wowk -Tv

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