Word order is wrong in the first sentence for that context.
here and there usually go at the end. if you change the order it sounds odd to a native English speaker.
sentences with here and there at the front.
'here/there [place location] I see [verb] A [article] car[object]
here/there I VERB a/an object
'here I (can)see a car'
'over there I (can) see a car'
'here is a car'
'there is a car'
the word order for your sentence
'I do/do not see [verb] here/there [place/location]