On February 18, 2019, a Silver Alert issued for 79-year-old David Harden. Harden went miss went missing in Corydon, Indiana, and was found safe 25 miles away in Louisville, Kentucky.
According to the news story on WHTR-TV:
Police have canceled a Silver Alert after finding a 79-year-old from Corydon.
Authorities found David Harden safe in Louisville Monday morning around 11 a.m. after a Silver Alert was initially issued at 8:30 a.m.
Harden had last been seen wearing a camouflage jacket, dark sweatsuit and slippers, driving a red Chevrolet Venture minivan with Indiana license place D185JE.
Harden is from Corydon, 132 miles south of Indianapolis. Prior to Monday morning, he was last seen Sunday at 8 p.m. and was believed to be in extreme danger.
On April 28, 2017, a Silver Alert issued for 86-year-old Christopher Ferrick. Ferrick went missing in Murfreesboro, Tennessee and was found 140 miles away in Columbia, Kentucky after a vehicle crash.
According to the news story on WTVF NewsChannel 5:
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – The man involved in a Silver Alert out of Rutherford County was found after being involved in an injury crash.
Officials with the Murfreesboro Police Department said Christopher Ferrick reportedly left his home at 1811 Kings Court between 5 a.m. and 11: 30 a.m. Friday and had’t returned.
He was said to have the beginning stages of dementia, but had not yet been diagnosed.
Ferrick was reportedly found after he was involved in a crash in Kentucky on Saturday morning.
Authorities had not released details on his condition or any injuries he possibly sustained.
On November 16, 2014, a Silver Alert was issued for 85-year-old Dean B Wever. Wever went missing in Bloomington, Indiana and was later found safe in Kentucky.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (WISH) – Police in Bloomington said a missing 85-year-old man was found safe in Kentucky Sunday.
Police issued a statewide Silver Alert for 85-year-old Dean B. Wever early Sunday morning.
According to the Bloomington Police Department, Wever stopped at a gas station in Scottsville, Kentucky and asked for help. The clerk then called Wever’s family, who called police.
Officers said Wever wasn’t injured, he was just confused and lost. His family was heading to Kentucky to get him as of Sunday night.