On November 15, 2016, a Silver Alert issued for 69-year-old Doris Marie Nunley. Nunley went missing in Jacksonville, Arkansas and was later found safe 170 miles away in Oklahoma.
According to the news story on KARZ-TV:
A missing Jacksonville woman who was the subject of an Arkansas State Police Silver Alert issued earlier today has been found safe.
The Jacksonville Police Department says Doris Marie Nunley, 69, was located after a state trooper in Oklahoma conducted a traffic stop.
An Arkansas State Police (ASP) Silver Alert for Doris Marie Nunley, 69, states that she was last seen around 10:15 p.m. at the Travel Center Citgo gas station at 100 Fish Lake Road in Atkins.
The woman asked the store clerk for directions to I-40 westbound, according to the alert.
On October 21, 2016, a Silver Alert was issued for 83-year-old Lawson. Lawson went missing in Perry, Oklahoma, and was later found safe 200 miles away in Texas.
From the news story at Tulsa World:
Perry police issued a Silver Alert for an F83-year-old man who was last seen Friday morning.The alert was issued for Caroll Lavaughn Lawson. He was last seen near 6 Terry Drive in Perry about 10 a.m., according to the alert.
Police canceled the alert around 4:15 a.m. Saturday, saying Lawson had been found safely in Texas.
On February 11, 2016, a Silver Alert was issued for 75-year-old Annamarie Doyle. Doyle went missing in Plano, Texas, and was later found safe 150 miles away in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma.
From the news story at the Plano Star Courier:
A missing Plano woman was found safe early Thursday morning after getting lost on her way home from the doctor.
The husband of 75-year-old Annamarie Doyle contacted Plano police around 8 p.m. Wednesday after his wife did not return home from an afternoon medical appointment. Doyle had last been seen around 3:30 p.m. driving her Jeep Liberty.
Police issued a Silver Alert when they failed to locate her. After reviewing her credit card activity, police found transactions were made at a Lewisville 7-Eleven around 10 p.m., and a Denton 7-Eleven around 1:30 a.m. Thursday.
“She just got lost and kept driving,” said Officer David Tilley, Plano Police Department spokesman.
Around 4 a.m., another transaction was made with Doyle’s card at a Days Inn in Pauls Valley, Okla.
Plano police contacted Pauls Valley police, who were able to locate Doyle. She answered their questions correctly, but had no idea where she was.
Pauls Valley officers got in touch with Doyle’s husband, who made arrangements to get her home safe.