What to do when a loved one goes missing | WQAD.com

ONEIDA, Illinois — At any given time in America, more than 90,000 people are missing, leaving friends and families left wondering what to do.

Megan Foglesong’s family is one of thousands searching for answers. It’s been 14 months since Foglesong’s stepmother and grandmother last heard from her.

“The last time I talked to her was the day before Thanksgiving,” said Megan’s stepmother, Dawn Foglesong.

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NY – Have you seen this Oneida County couple? Husband, wife with dementia reported missing | syracuse.com

VERONA, N.Y. — An elderly couple went missing Saturday after they left an Oneida County casino.

A missing vulnerable adult alert has been issued for Lila I. Miles, 83, and her husband Robert J. Miles, 84. The New York State Police said both Lila Miles and Robert Miles suffer from dementia.

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NY – Have you seen this missing man in western Oneida County? – News – Uticaod – Utica, NY

Vincent DeLuccie

Authorities are asking for the public’s help in finding a missing man in the town of Vienna, according to the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office.

On Thursday, Vincent DeLuccie, 36, of Canastota, went for a walk in the woods off of Route 13 and did not return home, deputies said.

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Grandfather searches for missing toddler Isabellah Campos who may be in Utica | NBC-WKTV News Channel 2 – Utica News, Weather, Sports – | Local News

(WKTV) – A heartbroken grandfather’s desperate search for his missing granddaughter has led him cross-country from Arizona to Utica.

Enrique Campos’ son, Eric Campos, has custody of 2 1/2-year old Isabellah Rose Campos. He’s continuing to work in Arizona while his father, who is authorized by an Arizona court to return the child there, spends his days waiting outside Oneida County Family Court, hoping for news about his granddaughter’s whereabouts.

“This is our world. She’s our princess and like I said, I will stay until I have to. I have over a year’s worth of time of leave I can take, and I will use it if I have to,” says Campos.

This all began Fourth of July weekend, when Campos says Kathleen Aubain, the girl’s mother, didn’t return the child to his son when she was supposed to.

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LOCATED: Police Still Investigating “Peculiar” Missing Person Case of Margaret Zavalidroga – Time Warner Cable News


ONEIDA, N.Y.– A Blossvale woman who had been missing, was found alive, and is now being treated at an area hospital.

The search for 83-year-old Margaret Zavalidroga went on for several days. Emergency officials have described this as an unusual case.

Margaret’s son Thomas reported her missing on Friday. He told police he was helping her pick up a vehicle and left her in a van for an hour and a half while he was at a friend’s house to ask for help picking up the car.

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Oneida City Police continue search for missing woman Margaret Zavalidroga – News – Uticaod – Utica, NY

Oneida city police Sunday continued their search for a woman who went missing Friday.

Police are focusing their efforts on a wooded area that runs between Route 5 and Lenox Ave, West of Willow Meadow Way and Oneida Heights, to ‘5 corners’.

Police are requesting that residents in those areas check their properties and the wooded area thoroughly.

Thomas Zavalidroga reported his mother, Margaret Zavalidroga, 83, of Forward Road, Blossvalle, missing at about 4 p.m. Friday, though police say he was reluctant to share much information about her disappearance.

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Rain dampened Ride for Missing Children, but hundreds still turned out

UPDATE 11 a.m.>> Event organizers are saying that The Ride for Missing Children is ending early due to rain. The riders are starting to head to the New Hartford Recreation Center and are expected to be there by noon. Event organizers say that the ride got as far as the first stop in Rome at Bellamy Elementary where they were to eat breakfast with students, when rain started to come down heavier, making roads less safe. However, the riders are still slowly riding their bicycles to New Hartford instead of being bused.

ONEIDA>>A little under 500 riders left the New York State Police Troop D headquarters around 8 a.m. Friday, May 16, setting off the 18th annual Ride for Missing Children in the Mohawk Valley.

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