Ashley Winfrey found, located: Cincinnati, OH police find missing woman – Story

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A local woman missing for more than two weeks was in “good condition” when police found her Saturday afternoon.

Officers from the Cincinnati Police Department located Ashley Winfrey about 3 p.m. Saturday. They don’t believe she suffered any physical harm.

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Cincinnati, OH police seek help in finding missing woman Ashley Winfrey

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Cincinnati police are asking for help in finding a woman who has been missing since Aug. 21.

Ashley Winfrey, 28, who has developmental disabilities and is unable to care for herself, was last seen Aug. 21 leaving Deaconess Hospital, according to police.

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NJ – ‘Gold Alert’ legislation pushed following case of missing Woolwich man | NJ.com

WOOLWICH TWP. — In the wake of a two-day search for a mentally challenged township man who went missing this week, legislation introduced regarding a “Gold Alert” system similar to the Amber or Silver Alerts that currently exist is receiving positive feedback.

Michael Lawton, 35, walked away from his group home on Viereck Road Monday night. He was missing for nearly two nights before a passerby spotted him walking down Oak Grove Road around 7 a.m. Wednesday.

Introduced by Assemblywoman Pamela Rosen Lampitt (D-6 of Cherry Hill), the Gold Alert bill, which would provide information to the public for help finding missing individuals with developmental or intellectual disabilities, passed the Assembly Human Services Committee in May. It is modeled on the Silver Alert system, which provides similar information for missing senior citizens.

“I am deeply thankful that this individual was found quickly and was safely returned to his living facility. Fortunately, this story had a happy ending, but in such situations, that is not always the case. That’s why New Jersey needs the legislation I have proposed to create a ‘Gold Alert’ to assist the public and public safety officers in finding missing persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities,” Lampitt said.

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Body of missing teen Jaden Dremsa found in Lake Arrowhead | The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram

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The body of a 15-year-old boy who had been missing from North Waterboro since May 8 was found in Lake Arrowhead on Saturday afternoon, the Maine Warden Service confirmed.

Lt. Adam Gormely said additional details about how and where Jaden Dremsa’s body was located will be released Saturday evening.

About 5 p.m. Saturday, Dremsa’s mother, Jennifer Howard, put a post on the Facebook page of a group trying to locate Dremsa saying that his body had been found. She thanked those who had helped search for him.

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Vigil held for missing Waterboro teen Jaden Dremsa

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WATERBORO, Maine (NEWS CENTER) — Members of the Waterboro community turned out Tuesday night to show their support for the family of missing teenager Jaden Dremsa.

About 40 people gathered in a field for a candlelight vigil. Several of Jaden’s classmates from Massabesic High School attended. People were asked to wear blue, Jaden’s favorite color. A prayer was said, and people voiced the words “bring him home” in unison. Those gathered signed a large card that will be delivered to the missing teen’s mother. Organizers say people support each other in a small community like this.

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Search continues for missing North Waterboro, ME teen Jaden Dremsa | Local News – WMTW Home

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NORTH WATERBORO, Maine —The Maine Warden Service is asking for help in the search for a missing or lost 15-year-old from York County.

Jaden Dremsa, 15, was last seen at 3 p.m. on Thursday near the Twin Pines Trailer Park in North Waterboro, Cpl. John MacDonald of the Maine Warden Service, said in a release.

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Police search for missing juvenile David McArthur | Albuquerque News & Weather | Abq, Rio Rancho, Santa Fe, NM | krqe.com

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ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Family members and police are searching for a 16-year-old boy with developmental disabilities who went missing April 9 after school.

Police say David McArthur took off running from school in the area of Old Coors and New Coors.

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