Police say they have found a man reported missing after being discharged from Emory Johns Creek Hospital.
Abraham Gilbert, who was reported missing Sunday, was found safe in Atlanta, said Doug Nurse, the spokesman for the city of Johns Creek.
Gilbert rented a gray 2012 Dodge Grand Caravan with Florida tag AFKU87 from the Dollar Rent A Car at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, but the car had not been returned by Tuesday, Nurse said.
Gilbert has been diagnosed with a medical condition and attempted suicide in the past, Nurse said.
A Mattie’s Call was issued Sunday morning for a 24-year-old man who was reported missing by his sister was canceled early Monday when the man was found, Clayton County police said.
Theodore Leonard Roberson reportedly has been diagnosed as schizophrenic and bipolar and was not taking his medication, authorities said.
Police have not released information on when and how Roberson was found.
A Mattie’s Call has been canceled for a 52-year-old man who had not been seen since 11 a.m. Thursday.
Craig Strickman-Levitas, who was reportedly diagnosed as bipolar, returned home about 3 a.m. Friday, Atlanta police officer Kim Jones said in an emailed statement.
Though he wasn’t injured, family members took him to Peachford Hospital at the request of psychologists, she said.
Atlanta police are looking for 22-year-old Cavarris Reams, who hasn’t been seen since March 8.
He was reported missing by his family after he was last seen on West Avenue in Atlanta, police said.
Reams is described as 5-foot-11 and approximately 180 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair.
Anyone with information on Reams should call 911 or the Atlanta Police Adult Missing Persons Unit at 404-546-4235.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is searching nationwide for a man suspected of sexually exploiting a child, and the agency’s Atlanta office needs your help.
The man is known only as “John Doe 28,” Stephen Emmett, spokesman for the FBI Atlanta office, said Wednesday in a press release. The FBI is sharing photos and informational posters of the subject, which can be found online, with the public.
In November 2012, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children first learned of video footage of John Doe 28 engaging in “sexually explicit activities with a child,” Emmett said.
The video, he said, showed John Doe 28 and victim in “a residence with what appears to be a blue sofa chair and a picture hanging on the wall.” In the footage, John Doe 28 wore wire-framed glasses and a burgundy T-shirt with a shark logo on the left side. He appeared to be a Caucasian male, possibly in his
A Mattie’s Call was canceled Thursday morning after a 54-year-old man missing from a personal care home in Monroe County was found.
Willie James Thomas had last been seen Sunday morning around 10:45 as he checked himself out of Whispering Pines Personal Care Home on U.S. 41 in Macon, authorities said. When he left the care facility, he was believed to be walking to church, but he never arrived.
Authorities reported Thursday that Thomas had been found.
A statewide Mattie’s Call alert was issued Friday night for a missing Clayton County man.
Eugene Bryant, 64, walked away from his Bimini Drive home, near Jonesboro, around 9 p.m. Thursday, according to Officer Phong Nguyen with the Clayton County Police Department.
Bryant is 5-feet-11 inches tall, weighs approximately 150 pounds and has gray hair and brown eyes, according to police. He was last seen wearing a black skullcap, blue pants, brown shoes with no laces, a red plaid shirt and a red jacket, police said. He has a cane with a lion carving on the top.
Bryant takes medication for seizures, police said.
Anyone with information on Bryant’s whereabouts is asked to call police at 770-477-3648.
A Mattie’s Call was canceled Friday for a 54-year-old male diagnosed with schizophrenia who was reported missing by his family.
Police did not say where or when Steven Roberts of Atlanta was found.
He was last seen about 4 p.m. Tuesday leaving his residence at 2288 Springdale Road SW, according to an alert. He had “been off his medication for some time.”