At Risk Missing Adult in Happy Valley

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On Thursday, July 5th, 2018, at 1822 hours, deputies from the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to 16440 Acero Drive, Anderson (Happy Valley area) for a report of a missing person. Deputies arrived on scene and contacted family members who reported, 63 year old, John Douglas Morgan was missing from the residence. Family members reported they last saw Morgan at the residence earlier in the day at about 10:45 AM. Morgan was last seen wearing a dark blue shirt, blue jeans, tan tennis shoes and a blue color baseball hat. Furthermore, Morgan wears eye glasses with one dark colored lens and it is believed that he has a red colored wheel chair with him. Morgan is approximately 6’1” tall, approximately 220 pounds, with shoulder length gray colored hair. Morgan is considered at risk due to suffering from dementia and having a previous brain injury. Morgan does not have access to any vehicles and it is believed that he left the area on foot.

Deputies searched the area on foot and the California Highway Patrol helicopter flew the area with negative success in locating Morgan. During the search, SHASCOM issued a “Code Red” to the surrounding residences, located within a 1 ½ mile radius from Morgan’s residence. The Code Red is an automated message informing the residences in the area of Morgan’s missing person status and description. If anyone has seen Morgan or knows his whereabouts they are encouraged to the call the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office at (530) 245-6540.

-from press release
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