CCSO report (1), Feb. 5

Missing Endangered, located
CCSO release – Date / Time: February 3rd, 2024 at 4:30 p.m.; Case Number(s): 2024-00002909; Classification: Missing Endangered Subject (Dementia); Location: Coos / Douglas Counties; Coos County Deputies located a Missing Endangered Subject (Dementia) near the eastern Coos – Douglas County Line. The man was driven to Eugene by a Coos County Sheriff’s Deputy to be reunited with family from Washington State. On February 3rd, 2024, at 12:26 p.m., the Coos County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center received a report from the Portland area of a “Missing Endangered Subject with Dementia,” possibly in the Bandon area. Officers from the Bandon Police Department, Coquille Police Department, Myrtle Point Police Department, and the Coos County Sheriff’s Office actively began searching for the man reported to be driving a blue Toyota car with Oregon license plates, which were provided to law enforcement. At 4:30 p.m., a Coos County Resident called the Coos County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center to report that he had observed the vehicle mentioned side-swipe a row of mailboxes on Hwy 42 near the Junction with Hwy 242. Deputies responded to the area and caught up to the car on Hwy 42 at milepost 52 in Douglas County. Oregon State Police, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, and Camas Valley Fire responded to assist. The man operating the vehicle was confirmed as the “Missing Endangered Subject” from northern Oregon. The man was medically cleared, fed, and provided with necessities. The Coos County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center did an outstanding job of contacting several law enforcement agencies involved to ascertain the next of kin’s information, address, and other pertinent information to assist Deputies in bringing a positive resolution to this situation. Due to the Coos County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center’s efforts, at 7:07 p.m., a Coos County Sheriff’s Deputy contacted the man’s wife, who lived in Vancouver, Washington. The woman mentioned to the deputy she was concerned about driving so far at night. The deputy arranged to drive the man to Eugene to be reunited with his family. At 9:54 p.m., the Coos County Sheriff’s Deputy reunited the man with his wife in Eugene, who transported him back to the Portland Metro area.

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