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Anyone with any information should contact the Wright County Sheriff's Office at 763-682-1162.
Silver Alert: George Emery Sr., 95 - Polk County, FLORIDA (dementia - driving a maroon 1999 Plymouth minivan with FL plate 866QUP, the van has faded damage to the passenger side)
Polk County Sheriff's Office is issuing a Silver Alert this evening for an endangered 95-year-old man.
George Emery Sr., 95, was last seen at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 1, 2015, in his 1999 maroon Plymouth minivan with FL tag 866QUP. The van is faded with damage to the passenger side.
George has been exhibiting signs of dementia. He has been seen recently in the company of a white female possibly in her 20s with dark hair. He may be in the Oakland Park or Davenport area.
George is 5'6" tall and 150 lbs, with blue eyes and grey hair.
Authorities are searching for a missing toddler in Trumbull County after the girl wandered off Friday evening.
Rainn Peterson, two-years-old, was reported missing by her great-grandparents on Friday at 7:30 p.m.
She was last seen at 7759 State Route 45 in New Bloomfield wearing a purple long-sleeved shirt with snowflake sequins, gray pants, and multicolored pink and lime green shoes.
Trumbull County Sheriff Thomas Altiere tells WKYC that Peterson and two other siblings, ages three and four, were playing inside the house earlier Friday night. The siblings told Trumbull County Sheriffs that was the last time they saw Peterson.
The search is still going on as of Saturday evening. "We're looking everywhere. We're not putting a limit on the search. We will keep searching until we find her," Sheriff Altiere said.
Peterson has brown shoulder length hair, brown eyes, and 3'0" tall.
Brandi Peterson, the mother of missing 2-year-old Rainn Peterson, spoke Saturday afternoon with WKYC and told us that she was out with her boyfriend when her grandparents called and said that the toddler had gone missing.
"Around 7 o'clock yesterday I was at a tattoo shop with my boyfriend when I got a call that my daughter had gone missing," said Brandi Peterson.
The grandparents had been watching the three children while the mother was moving into her new apartment.
Peterson was not wearing any shoes or a coat when she vanished from the grandparents' home.
The mother tells us that the grandmother was cooking in the kitchen and the three children were downstairs with the grandfather. The missing toddler went upstairs and went missing a short time after.
Dozens of volunteers got their hands and feet dirty in the search.
"I got here at 5 o'clock this morning," said volunteer Lorie Tingler, as she was trying to warm up with some hot chocolate after spending 13 hours volunteering.
"We were looking in holes, in a cornfield," said Tingler. "We were looking in the woods. We were crawling under pine trees, through forest, we were wet."
That hot chocalate came free because those who werent searching were helping those who were.
"I don't even know how many hamburgers we have given out because it's not about the money," said volunteer Dolly Mansfield as she was working from her food truck. "We don't care about that. It's just something to feed the people who are putting in so many hours into this to find the little girl."
"I don't know where she is but please help us find her because she's two years old and has a whole life ahead of her," said Brandi.
Sheriff's deputies say the family has been "More than cooperative," but they are doing lie detector tests for everyone in the immediate family in their attempt to rule out any kind of foul play.
Trumbull County Sheriff's Department has been aided by the FBI, Ashtabula County Sheriffs, Howland Township Police, Niles Police, K-9 units from Columbus and the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation as well as volunteers.
Anyone with information on the missing toddler is asked to please call the Trumbull County Dispatch Center at (330)-675-2730.
A Yonkers family is searching for their son who has been missing for two months.
Carlos Estevan Cruz, 22, was last seen leaving his girlfriend's house on Randolph Street in Yonkers on Aug. 19.
His family says he has an emotional disorder.
Anyone with information is asked to call 1-800-577-TIPS.
One year after a Dunbar man went missing, there are still no signs of where he may be, and nobody has been arrested in his disappearance.
Daryl Smith, 46, was last seen Oct. 1, 2014.
"I was coming home from work. I'd seen him walking down the street, coming from the store with groceries in his hand," said Daryl's brother Doug Smith. "I slowed down. Waved at him. Hollered at him. He smiled and held his little bag in the air and grinned back at me, like, 'Look what I've got.' "
The next day, a cell phone tower showed Daryl traveling from his home in Dunbar to Interstate 77, near the Eden's Fork area. His phone hasn't been used since then.
Daryl's brothers say they don't hold out hope that he will be found alive. However, they are still hoping that he is found and brought back to his family.
"We do desperately need him home to put him to rest with the rest of our family that we have. The sooner the better," said Doug Smith. "Another cold season ... I can't imagine him laying out in the woods without a proper burial. So, we just want him home."
Daryl's family is also looking for justice in Daryl's disappearance. They tell WSAZ.com they don't believe the investigation into his disappearance should be a cold case, and they are hoping an arrest is made.
"We just feel that it's not being pursued as well as it should be," said Daryl's brother Gary Smith. "We're still looking for Gary. We will not stop looking for Gary."
The Kanawha County Sheriff's office is still investigating, and says just because an arrest hasn't been made, doesn't make it a closed case.
"Our detectives continue to work on all major crimes, and we are always hopeful new information is provided or developed that may prove useful," said Sgt. Brian Humphreys. "We received another tip on this case last week."
Anyone with information is asked to call the Kanawha County Sheriff's Office at (304) 357-0169.
An 83-year-old man has been missing from the Wheat Ridge area since Friday night, according to officials.
The man's name is Dale Weehunt and police said he left his home on Marshall Street in Wheat Ridge at about 6 p.m. to walk to Walmart.
The Walmart is located at 44th and Sheridan Blvd.
Wheat Ridge Police reported he was possibly seen at Walmart around 6:30 p.m. asking for directions to King Soopers. Police said this King Soopers is presumably located at 38thand Sheridan Blvd.
Weehunt is described as 6-feet-tall, weighing about 170 pounds with gray hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a blue shirt with a brown coat.
He has reportedly walked to Walmart in the past without issue.
According to Weehunt's roommate, he suffers from early onset dementia and possibly Alzheimer's Disease.
If anyone sees Weehunt they are asked to contact Wheat Ridge Police immediately at 303-237-2220.
Detectives with the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office are seeking the public's help to locate a missing St. Johns County woman Saturday afternoon.
Esta Maria Walden, 50, is a white female, 5-foot-2 and 137 pounds with brown hair and green eyes. She was last seen on Friday wearing a blue sundress and brown flip flops on the 2200 block of Century Boulevard in St. Augustine, according to the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office.
Call detective Jared Goodman if you know anything about Walden's location at 904-824-8304.
Endangered #Missing Veteran: Gregory Brower, 45 - Pocatello, IDAHO (driving a maroon 2007 Chevy Colorado with plate 1BW5887)
Silver Alert: James Scarbrough, 83 - Amarillo, TEXAS (driving a maroon 2005 GMC Sierra pickup that has a bed topper with TX plate BR65372)
Medical Needs #Missing: Noel Acosta, 73 - Aurora, ILLINOIS (dementia - last seen in Chicago and believed to have boarded a northbound train from the 87th Street/I-94 station)
Police are asking for help finding a 73-year-old Aurora man who suffers from dementia and has been reported missing.
Noel Acosta, of the 400 block of Rosewood Avenue, was last seen by his family around 10 a.m. Thursday after he left his home to go for a walk.
State police troopers picked up Acosta around midnight when they found him walking in the area of Interstate 94 and 87th Street in Chicago, police said.
The trooper took Noel to the CTA Red Line Station. Before dropping Acosta off, the trooper ran the his information through a nationwide database but Aurora police had not yet completed the missing persons report.
Acosta is believed to have boarded a northbound train from the 87th Street/I-94 station.
Police said Acosta is Hispanic, 5 feet 6 inches tall, and weighs 160 pounds with short, gray hair and black eyes. He was last seen wearing a black jacket and blue jeans.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call Aurora police investigations at (630) 256-5500 or their local law enforcement authorities by dialing 911.
Monroe Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in the search for a missing woman.
Lorean Woodward was reported as a missing on Sept. 28 by family members.
Woodward was last known to have stayed at Strafford House Inn on Sept. 26 and checked out on Sept. 27.
Woodward left her vehicle in the parking lot of Strafford House and has not returned to the Strafford House to get her vehicle.
Anyone who knows the whereabouts of Lorean Woodard is urged to contact Monroe Police at (318) 329-2600.
Suspicious #Missing: Matthew Pugh, 25 - Cornelius, OREGON (car found abandoned running and blocking driveway)
The Washington County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help with finding a 25-year-old Cornelius man.
Matthew Pugh was last seen early Saturday morning and his disappearance is being treated as suspicious, according to Sgt. Bob Ray of the Washington County Sheriff's Office.
At 3 p.m. on Saturday, a deputy was called to the32900 block of Southwest Plum Tree Court about an unoccupied Ford Taurus that was left running and blocking a driveway.
The car was registered to Pugh and the ignition was "punched," requiring a screwdriver to start and stop the engine, Ray said.
The deputy reached out to Pugh's family to find out where he was. The family told the deputy they had not seen him since early Saturday morning.
The family also told the deputy that Pugh had previously damaged the ignition.
On Sunday, a family member of Pugh's reported him missing.
"I think something has happened and we want to find him," said Jolynne Simshaw, Pugh's aunt. "We love him so much."
Pugh has not shown up for work or contacted anyone close to him, Ray said.
He is described as 5-foot-8, 180 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. Deputies don't know what Pugh was wearing when he went missing.
Anyone with information regarding the Pugh's whereabouts are asked to call the Washington County Sheriff's Office at 503-846-2700.
#Missing: Jamie Arwood Brandt, 38 - Arlington, TENNESSEE (believed to be with a man known as "Zinder" [pictured] in a newer model silver sedan)
The Shelby County Sheriff's Office has issued a missing persons alert for Jamie Arwood Brandt.
The 38-year-old woman was last seen at her Arlington home on September 24, 2015. Investigators said she is believed to be with a man known as "Zinder" in a newer model, silver sedan.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of either individual, call the SCSO's Detective's Division at 901-222-5600.
Daly City police are asking for the public's help in finding 35-year-old Christian Mayrena, who was last seen on Sunday at around 3 a.m., police said.
He is described as 5 foot 3 inches tall, weighing 130 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes, according to police. Christian may have visited a casino in the Bay Area, according to police.
His family is worried about him, and Daly City police want anyone with information to call them at 650-991-8119 or contact their tip line at 650-873-AIMS and refer to case # 15008381.
#Missing: Darius Gatlin, 28 - Houston, TEXAS (driving a dark burgundy 2013 Nissan Maxima with TX plate BWH-0539)
Darius Gatlin, 28, was last seen on September 11 when he left his home dressed in a pink and white tank top, blue jean shorts and pink and white shoes with flowers.
He has the words "Darius" and "Brandon" tattooed on his neck, a panther tattoo, and the word "Aquarius" tattooed on his chest.
His dark burgundy-colored 2013 Nissan Maxima with Texas license plates BWH-0539 is also missing, police say.
EquuSearch says Gatlin may have been involved in dangerous activities, but did not elaborate further.
If you have any information concerning his whereabouts, call Houston Police at 713-731-5223.