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Two juveniles assist WCSO locate missing 89-year-old man

Two Crawfordville juveniles assisted the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office locate a missing 89-year-old man Sunday, July 14 after the man’s wife contacted law enforcement that her husband had disappeared, according to Sheriff Charlie Creel.

The 70-year-old wife contacted law enforcement and reported that her 89-yerar-old husband disappeared from their home while she was sleeping.
Deputies began to search an area of Cayuse Drive off Spring Creek Highway and discovered Trevor Mathis, 9, and his friend, Robert Hancock, 8, in the area. The two boys told law enforcement that an elderly man was walking without his shirt on and went to an unoccupied home.

Lt. Sherrell Morrison and Sgt. Ryan Muse discovered the missing man disoriented and leaning up against a railing behind the home. The man told law enforcement that he was at home but could not get inside. Lt. Morrison gave the man a bottle of water and brought him back to a family member for transport to his home and wife where Wakulla EMS checked his welfare.

Lt. Morrison explained to the wife that the man could be fitted for a Project Lifesaver wrist band that would make it easier for law enforcement to track him in the event that he walked away from home in the future.
Trevor and Robert were commended by Lt. Morrison for their helpful information and being aware of their surroundings. Deputies Ward Kromer and David Pienta also assisted.

 

 

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