02-26-2016, 06:20 AM #1Registered User
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TN - Charles Monroe Sharp, 54, Mount Pleasant, 23 August 2002
Charles Monroe Sharp AKA(Shorty)went missing in 2002 and has not been seen since. Charles was living with his father during his disappearance from 208 Goodloe Street in Mount Pleasant Tennessee. Charles is humpbacked and was last wearing camouflage
Mt. Pleasant man missing since 2002 now believed to be murdered
A missing person’s case in Mt. Pleasant is now being investigated as a possible homicide, according to police.
Charles Monroe Sharp was last seen on Aug. 23, 2002.For years, investigators classified him as a “missing person.” However, they recently reopened the case and new clues have led them to believe Sharp may have been murdered.
“His social security has never been used. There has been no sign of him being spotted or being seen. We’ve eliminated all of the possibilities that he could be alive,” said Lt. Detective Terry Chandler.
The question is who would want to hurt him?
02-26-2016, 03:42 PM #2
Charles Monroe Sharp was last seen on Aug. 23, 2002. He lived with his father in the 200 block of Goodloe Street and on that day in 2002, his dad walked to town for a couple of hours. By the time he got home, investigators say his son was gone.
The 54 year-old disabled man did not work and could not drive. Sharp, better known in the community as “Shorty” because of his small size, was 4 feet, 4 inches tall and weighed 88 pounds.
Investigators said they have a person of interest. They are still asking for the public’s help in the city’s only unsolved homicide case.
03-22-2016, 05:41 AM #3Registered User
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Candlelight Vigil Held For Cold Case Homicide Victim
It's a cold case nearly 14 years old, but a Mid-State community has stood as one as they continued to hope for a break in the case.
Charles Sharp's mysterious disappearance from Mount Pleasant has now been classified as a homicide.Saturday evening, friends and family of Sharp came together to hold a candlelight vigil in his honor.
While his family said they've learned to live with a lot of questions that still remain surrounding Sharp's apparent death, they were glad to see so many people show up to support them.
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