Find Damien Sharp

Missing from Warren, PA since 2002

Additional Resources

File Report

Here you will find information on how to file a missing person report and items you will need ; in order for a case to be registered with our center you must provide the following: you may use postal mail, email all reports in or fax anytime (910) 399-6137

  • Photo
  • Police Report – copy see: FOIA below

The Freedom of Information Act, also known as the FOIA, is a federal statute that provides the public with the right to request access to records in the possession of federal agencies in the Executive Branch. FOIA establishes a presumption that records are accessible to the people, except for those records protected from disclosure by any of the nine exemptions contained in the law or by one of three special law enforcement record exclusions.

  • Brief history of what happened – day of disappearance
  • Vital stats on the missing person
  • Advocacy consent allowing our center to advocate, promote, search and investigate your case
  • All family and law enforcement contact information

What all law officials should know…

Please go to the website provided below and request the packets (they must request from an approved CODIS lab or department) they will mail them to the law officer that the family of the missing loved one lives in/near to take the samples. Then law officials will be given a date of entry from CODIS. Once the missing person’s DNA is in CODIS it will be compared with all current entries and then any human remains found in the future. All missing persons should be submitted into CODIS; this is now becoming a common part of data for cases of the missing as follows:

  • AFIS
  • NCIC
  • Dental Records
  • Good Current Photo
  • Send county/state BOLO out concerning missing person
  • Contact your state clearing house and report missing person (each state has one)

This is a free service to law officials across the country and assures good information to be obtained nationwide in the identification process of unidentified and or missing persons. The following links will help you in your search for good information. What is CODIS?

What Should I Do If I have A Missing Person?

1. Search your immediate area where missing person was last seen
2. Call a friend or neighbor for support and aid in recalling information
3. Check with family, friends, co workers and people know your missing person
4. Call the police or go to your nearest station and file a report
5. Call the CUE Center and request help for case effort

What you will need to make a complete police report:

  • 3 current photos
  • Complete names of medicines and what they are taken for, doctors’ names, any handicaps, allergies and medical conditions.
  • What the person was last wearing-clothing, shoes, etc.
  • A list of scars, tattoos, or any artificial limbs.
  • A list of articles on the person, examples include braces, headgear, jewelry, glasses, lenses, hat, belt, purse, wallet, money, ID, credit cards, etc.
  • A complete physical description: color of hair, eyes, skin, weight, height, build, etc.
  • The description of travel: direction headed, the means of travel (if car-make, model, year, color, size).
  • A list of places the person frequents.
  • A total view of the situation surrounding the when the person became missing, including accurate places, times, and dates.
  • A list of phone contacts and their relationship to the missing person.

After the report is filed:

  • Be sure to obtain a case number and name of the person in charge of your case from the police.
  • File a report with your state clearing house and keep track of the case number.
  • File a report with CUE and we will provide a C94 which is the case number and caseworker assigned to your case.

You can file a report here or call directly 24 hours a day (910) 232-1687.

Silver Alerts 

A Silver Alert is a public notification system to broadcast information about missing persons – especially seniors with Alzheimer’s Disease, dementia or other mental disabilities – in order to aid in their return.

Silver Alerts use a wide array of media outlets — such as commercial radio stations, television stations, and cable TV — to broadcast information about missing persons. Silver Alerts also use variable-message signs on roadways to alert motorists to be on the lookout for missing seniors. In cases in which a missing person is believed to have gone missing on foot, Silver Alerts have used reverse 911 systems to notify nearby residents of the neighborhood surrounding the missing person’s last known location.

Activation criteria for Silver Alerts vary from state to state. Some states limit Silver Alerts to persons over the age of 65, who have been medically diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease, dementia or similar mental disability. Other states expand Silver Alert to include all adults with mental of developmental disabilities. In general, the decision to Issue a Silver Alert is made by the law enforcement agency investigating the report of a missing person. Public information in a Silver Alert usually consists of the name and description of the missing person and a description of the missing person’s vehicle and license plate number.

Resources & Links

 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.

Ali Forever
Allison Jackson Foy
Angels That Care
AOl News
Attempt to Identify
Blue Line Radio
Carolina Live
Center for HOPE
Child Seek
Clinton Herald
Diana Trepkov- Forensic Artist
Doe Network
Family INFO Safe
Finders HOPE
Find Jarrod Johnston
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
International Rewards Centre
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 Annabelle Ludwig
Missing Branson Perry
Missing Brittanee Drexel
Missing Crystal Soles
Missing Debbie Key
Missing Dori Ann Myers
Missing Gayle Moran
Missing Heather Riggio
Missing Hope Meek
Missing Irish People
Missing Jarrod Johnston
Missing John Morris
Missing Lindsey Baum
Missing Melanie Metheny
Missing Minors
Missing Patricia Viola
Missing Sinclair Case
Missing Shirley Hunt
Missing Travis Baker
Missing Troy Lee Jacobs
Mothers Are Vanishing
Missing Pieces Show
Missing Tara Grinstead
Missing You
Mississippi Missing & Unidentified
Murdered and Missing Persons Resources
NC Crime Control
NC Wanted
News 14 Carolina
Out Post for Hope
Peace for the Missing
Project EDAN
Project Jason
Protect Every Child
Rachel Alert Network
Readers Digest
Seattle Times
Second Life
Star News
Sun Coast Cruisers
Team Hope
The Hook
Tribute To Christopher Micheal Pierce
Victims Heartland
Wilmington Chamber
Wowk -Tv

eBay Giving Works

Missing People in General


David Lohr has been writing about crime and criminals for over 15 years. Readers and critics alike regard Mr. Lohr as one of the most prominent crime writers of the 21st century. Click above to go to the Discovery Channel site or Email David.

Let’s Bring Them Home operates a national missing adults program: providing services and coordination between various government agencies, law enforcement, media, and the families of endangered missing adults, as well as safety education for all ages.

who is missing adults
Missing because of foul play, mental illness and physical disability

LBTH provides families with personal and proactive attention with vast resources in times of grief.

LBTH provides families with various communication links to vast resources to assist in locating a loved one.

LBTH provides training to Law Enforcement on how to provide proper response to missing adults.

and more…

Support legislation for the missing by learning about the Silver Alert Act. Let’s Bring Them Home is currently working on several national programs and are looking for volunteers, program partners, and other support. We are currently seeking submissions from families with missing adults for our upcoming Missing in America Calendar. If you would like more information, please email us at

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