On May 8, 2014, a Silver Alert was issued for 67-year-old Mary Carolyn Waddell. Waddell went missing in Pocahontas, Arkansas and was later found safe 180 miles away in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
From the news story at KAIT-TV:
Pocahontas police say a missing woman has been found safe in Mississippi.
According to Pocahontas Police Chief Cecil Tackett, Mary Carolyn Waddell was found safe in Clarksdale, Mississippi on Wednesday.
Police said she was last spotted on surveillance video at a Tunica casino on Mother’s Day.
According to Arkansas State Police, Waddell, 67, has been missing since May 6. She was last seen at her home on Harmony Road in Pocahontas. A Silver Alert had been issued for her a couple of days later.
On May 12, 2014, a Silver Alert was issued for 88-year-old Edward Crider. Crider went missing in Tupelo, Mississippi, and was later found safe in Kentucky.
From the news story at WJTV-12:
The Silver Alert for 88-Year Old Edward L. Crider of Tupelo has been canceled. He was found in Kentucky safe and uninjured.
The Mississippi Highway Patrol has issued a Silver Alert for 88-Year Old Edward L. Crider of Tupelo.
The Tupelo Police Department is handling the search. Crider is described as a white male, with silver hair and brown eyes. He’s 6’2 tall and weighs 210 pounds.
On May 10, 2014, a Silver Alert was issued for 82-year-old Herman Davis. Davis went missing in Laurens, South Carolina, and was later found safe in North Carolina.
From the news story at WCIV-4:
South Carolina state police canceled an alert for a missing Laurens County man late Saturday night after finding him in North Carolina.
Officials said Davis has family in North Carolina and Georgia.
According to the State Law Enforcement Division, 82-year-old Herman C. Davis was last seen at his home in Laurens around 2 p.m. Friday.