06-03-2016, 04:33 PM #1
AL - Damaris Gomez Bail, 16, Fort Payne, 21 May 2016
10-13-2016, 06:51 PM #2
146 days have passed since 16-year-old Damaris Gomez vanished after a lone text to her mother. 144 days since she was officially reported missing with the Fort Payne Police Department. 65 days since her classmates started their junior year without her.Now in its fourth month, the search for Damaris has slowed, but on Saturday an outside volunteer organization hopes to work with the community to breathe new life into the investigation.
The Center for Search and Investigations (CFSI) for missing children will set up at City Park in Fort Payne at 10 a.m.; they’re asking for volunteers help them conduct a one-mile grid search, scouring Godfrey and Gault avenues from the Alabama Fan Club to the VFW Fairgrounds for any trace of Gomez.
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Missing teen found
Staff Reports | Updated 2 hours ago
Damaris Gomez, the 16-year-old female reported missing May 20, has been found.
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The girl was located yesterday by authorities in Laredo, Texas, where she is currently being held in a juvenile detention center.
The Fort Payne Police Department and the DeKalb County Juvenile Probation Office are currently working with authorities in Laredo in bringing her back to her home in Fort Payne.
Detective Lt. David Davis said he'd like to express his appreciation to everyone who assisted in the search for the missing teen. He gave a special thank you to the Fort Payne Times-Journal for running Gomez's photo in the paper throughout the summer.
12-15-2016, 07:25 PM #5
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