Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by Sweetsbeach, Oct 4, 2020.
Fly high with the angels Madison.
Oh this poor poor girl.. I was praying for her to turn up safe and well xx
I live in the area - how can they say no threat to public safety if she's found dead in a field? Does that usually mean an arrest has been made/suspect identified? Or that she did something to herself?
sorry, could you post the link to where it says she was found in a field? I didn't see it online where she was found.
Was a gold Alert issued due to fear she may be suicidal? Now she is found LE have said no threat to public. Previous posts indicate friends story kept changing. Not sure what to think here!
Possible Development In Newark Charter Student Case
I see there are tons of people in this thread that are local, know Madison or know someone that knew Madison. I would love to join a private message group to hear about what is being said about this case locally.
Unable to link on phone. From Delaware state police. An arrest of ex boyfriend NS. Go to their website. There may be others involved. She was murdered and moved to another location. So sad.
From the link:
Below is the custody record that matches the name posted on social media:
Date of Birth Aug **, ****
ID Number 0093****
Custody Status Date: Oct 05, 2020 09:10 PM EDT
Custody Status: In Custody
Custody Detail Howard R. Young Correctional Institution
Suspect is nineteen. I have no words.
Delaware State Police Arrest Newark Man for Homicide of Missing Newark Teen- Newark
Delaware State Police have arrested 19-year-old Noah M. Sharp of Newark in connection with the murder of 17-year-old Madison Sparrow.
On Friday, October 2, 2020, at approximately 8:30 p.m., Madison was reported missing by a family member after not returning home. Delaware State Police detectives obtained information through investigative interviews that Madison responded to an area in Newark where her ex-boyfriend, Noah, was located. The investigation revealed the homicide occurred in the Newark area due to blunt force trauma to her body. After the homicide occurred, she was transported to a secluded wooded location in Newark, where law enforcement officers discovered her body.
At this time, there is information indicating additional individuals may be involved in this homicide.
Sharp was taken into custody and charged with the following crimes: Murder 1st Degree (felony); Possession of a Deadly Weapon During the Commission of a Felony (felony); Conspiracy 1st Degree (felony)
Newark teen charged in murder of 17-year-old Madison Sparrow
NEWARK, Delaware (WPVI) -- Delaware State Police announced the arrest of a 19-year-old Newark man in connection to the murder of his ex-girlfriend.
Police said on Friday, October 2 at approximately 8:30 p.m., 17-year-old Madison Sparrow was reported missing by a family member after not returniInvestigators said they obtained information that Madison went to meet her ex-boyfriend, Noah Sharp.
Detectives said an investigation revealed Madison died from blunt force trauma to her body. Police said after the homicide occurred, she was transported to a secluded wooded location in Newark, where law enforcement officers later discovered her body.
According to police, there is information indicating additional individuals may be involved in this homicide.
Police said Sharp was taken into custody and charged murder, possession of a deadly weapon and conspiracy.
Sharp was arraigned in the Justice of the Peace Court #2 and committed to Howard R. Young Correctional Institution on a $1,021,000.00 cash bail.
Police said the investigation remains active and ongoing.
Anyone with information regarding this case is asked to contact Detective M. Csapo with the Delaware State Police Homicide Unit at 302-741-2729.
Is Noah Sharp the person she was last seen with?
Interesting they say blunt force trauma to the body. I’ve only seen BFT to the head.
Ex-boyfriend charged with murder.
Sparrow's ex-boyfriend, 19-year-old Noah Sharp of Newark, Delaware, was later arrested and charged in her murder.Sharp was arraigned and committed to Howard R. Young Correctional Institution on $1,021,000.00 cash bail.
Ex-Boyfriend Kills Missing Delaware Teen Girl, Police Say
I would almost suggest she was hit by a car but unfortunately the possession of a weapon charge leads me to believe she was probably beaten
Interesting. I would love to hear from an insider on this case about this suspect, especially considering your tone.
And conspiracy? That would indicate someone else is involved IMO
New article up on Delawareonline ( 6 free articles) stating he confessed to killing her by striking her in the head with an aluminum bat. The weapon, her clothing and blood were found. It was planned, someone else was involved but not yet named.
Court docs: Ex-boyfriend confessed to killing Newark Charter student with a baseball bat
An ex-boyfriend of Madison Sparrow is in jail after admitting to killing the 17-year-old Newark girl who went missing Friday, according to court documents.
Noah M. Sharp, 19, is charged with first-degree murder, possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony and first-degree conspiracy. He was jailed after failing to post $1 million cash bail.
Sparrow, a junior at Newark Charter School, told her family she was going out with a female friend to get ice cream and buy a birthday present for her sister Friday afternoon. The family reported her missing Friday evening.
An interview with one of Sparrow’s friends led police to develop Sharp as a suspect.
Court documents allege Sharp used an aluminum baseball bat to fatally strike Sparrow in the head in a wooded area behind Maclary Elementary School on Friday afternoon or evening. Detectives searched the woods and found the bat, blood droplets and Sparrow’s clothing.
In an interview with police, Sharp confessed to the killing and directed detectives to a wooded area near Interstate 95 and Del. 896, where they found Sparrow’s body, according to court documents. An autopsy ruled her death homicide by blunt-force trauma.
Sharp told police that he planned the killing with another person, who is not identified in court documents.
Cpl. Heather Pepper, a spokeswoman for Delaware State Police, said the investigation is continuing.
“At this time, there is information indicating additional individuals may be involved in this homicide,” she said.
Don't forget about the "friend" whose story kept changing. :-(