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William Ensley Hipp III
Publisher:  CUE Center for Missing Persons
Thursday, 09 July 2020 07:24

Missing from: Mecklenburg County, North Carolina
Missing: July 1, 1991
Age at disappearance: 39
Height:5’ 10″
Weight: 165
Hair: Gray
Eyes: Hazel

Distinguishing Characteristics: Scars, Marks, Tattoos: Caucasian male. William has a scar near his right eye. He is an alcoholic and also suffers from a bipolar disorder, for which he requires medication in order to regulate the condition.

Circumstances of Disappearance: William was last seen in his hometown of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina on July 1, 1991. He may have been sighted near Chapel Hill, North Carolina during the summer of 1996.
He is an alcoholic and also requires medication to treat manic depression. He has occasionally been in institutions. Due to these medical conditions, William’s memory may be faulty.
He is a portrait sculptor. In the summer of 1991, he appeared at the home of one of his patrons, showed $5,000 in cash he said he collected on a debt. The next day he headed for New York. He called his grandmother collect from a telephone booth in Manhattan. And then he vanished. He had stopped carrying identification long before.

Investigative Agency: Charlotte – Mecklenburg Police Department 704-586-4480
North Carolina State Bureau Of Investigation 800-334-3000

If you have any information on this case please contact CUE Center For Missing Persons using the contact form below or contact Cue Center at (910) 343-1131 24 hour tip line (910) 232-1687. All information submitted to CUE Center For Missing Persons is confidential.


CUE Presses Forward in North Carolina Case
Publisher:  CUE Center for Missing Persons
Tuesday, 07 July 2020 17:26

Debra Asbury age progression

Debra Asbury age progression by Diana Trepkov

New age-progression for Debra Asbury, missing since 1994

 

In addition to the many tensions and difficulties that everyone is facing right now, thousands of families have the added stress of not knowing what happened to someone they love – and not being able to go out looking for them.

“There are so many people going through that right now,� explained CUE founder Monica Caison. “In-person searches are difficult and going out in search teams is almost impossible while we’re trying to maintain our physical distance. But we at CUE remain committed to these families and to helping them find answers whenever we can, however we can.�

In the case of Debra Jean Asbury, that has meant working with a renowned forensic artist to develop an image showing how the Davidson County woman would likely look now, close to 26 years after she was reported missing.

According to law enforcement reports, on Sept. 26, 1994, Ms. Asbury set food out to defrost on the kitchen counter of her Westside Drive home in Lexington. The young mother of four told her sister she was going to meet her boyfriend at a nearby convenience store, and at about 8 a.m., she set out on foot and headed toward the store — without her purse, keys or identification. Ms. Asbury, whom police say had been involved in domestic disputes with both her boyfriend and her ex-husband at different times, never returned home. She would now be 53 years old.

“The longer someone has been missing, the more important age-progression becomes,� Mrs. Caison said. “Hair and clothing styles change, age does its thing, weight fluctuates, et cetera, so it takes an expert to do age-progression in a way that captures the person’s spirit.�

Ms. Asbury’s age-progression was developed by well-respected Canadian forensic artist Diana Trepkov (www.forensicsbydiana.com), the author of Faceless, Voiceless: From Search to Closure, A Forensic Artist’s Inspirational Approach to the Missing and Unidentified. Ms. Trepkov has appeared on CNN and presented her work at an FBI conference.

“Law enforcement is stretched thin everywhere, and unfortunately, that can prevent developments in missing persons cases,� Mrs. Caison said. “We are hopeful that Diana’s insightful artwork will lead us to information about Debra Asbury’s whereabouts.�

If anyone has information concerning Ms. Asbury, please call the Lexington Police Department at (336) 243-3312 or the CUE Center’s 24-hour hotline: (910) 232-1687.


LATEICE LANEICE GRIFFIN
Publisher:  Criminal Enterprise Investigations
Thursday, 02 July 2020 08:02

Conspiracy to Distribute and Possess with Intent to Distribute Controlled Substances

TYSHON LAMONT CLIFTON
Publisher:  Criminal Enterprise Investigations
Thursday, 02 July 2020 07:34

Conspiracy to Distribute and Possess with Intent to Distribute Controlled Substances

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY - KENTUCKY
Publisher:  Seeking Information
Thursday, 02 July 2020 02:29

Louisville, Kentucky June 2, 2020

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY - KENTUCKY
Publisher:  Seeking Information
Wednesday, 01 July 2020 10:30

Louisville, Kentucky June 2, 2020

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY - KENTUCKY
Publisher:  Seeking Information
Wednesday, 01 July 2020 08:50

Louisville, Kentucky June 2, 2020

James Daren Treadwell
Publisher:  CUE Center for Missing Persons
Tuesday, 30 June 2020 07:10

Missing From: Natchitoches, Louisiana
Missing: September 9, 2016
Age at Disappearance: 45
Height: 5′ 10″
Weight: 180
Hair: Dark Brown
Eyes: Green

Distinguishing Characteristics: Scars, Marks, Tattoos: Caucasian male. James has a scar on right forearm.

Details of Disappearance: James was seen running into the woods at 5099 Hwy 117 on 9/9/2016. Has not been seen or located since that date.

Investigative Agency: Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office (318) 352-6432

If you have any information on this case, please contact CUE Center for Missing Persons at (910) 343-1131 or call the CUE Center 24-hour tip line at (910) 232-1687. All information submitted to CUE Center for Missing Persons is confidential.


JANE DOE - SMYRNA, DELAWARE
Publisher:  Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) Unidentified Persons
Tuesday, 30 June 2020 06:32

Smyrna, Delaware September 13, 2019

LINDA STOLTZFOOS
Publisher:  Kidnappings & Missing Persons
Monday, 29 June 2020 08:49

June 21, 2020 Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

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