Highway Patrol Issues Endangered Person Alert For 62-Year-Old Woman
UPDATE Saturday, 7-13-19, 7:33 PM: The Springfield Police Department also sent out an endangered personal advisory about Marjorie A. Jones, saying her phone signal most recently “pinged” on July 13, and showed the last activity near Nichols Park in Springfield. According to the SPD, Jones is believed to be traveling with a yellow Labrador Retriever dog, and her vehicle has a spare tire on the back with a cover. That cover could have brown tape or a tear, the SPD said in a news release.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol issued an "Endangered Silver Advisory" Saturday evening for 62-year-old Marjorie A. Jones, whom the patrol says struggles with "undiagnosed paranoia, dementia, PTSD, ADHD and lupus."
An "Endangered Silver Advisory" is an alert Missouri law enforcement send out to local media to quickly alert the public of a missing and endangered adult 60 years of age or older and believed to be suffering from dementia or other cognitive impairment.
According to a news release from the MSHP, Jones last spoke with her family by phone in Waynesville, Missouri while traveling from New York to Oklahoma.
Jones' vehicle is believed to be a gold 2006 Toyota Rav4 bearing the New York license plate AVK4379, according to the highway patrol.
She's described as having gray hair, blue eyes, a height of 5'5" and a weight of 130 pounds.
Law enforcement officers request that anyone who sees Jones or her vehicle or who has information related to her call 911 or the Springfield Police Department at 417-864-1810.
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