Officers obtained contradicting experiences when the carried out a welfare test Friday.
CLEVELAND — Cleveland police are asking for the general public’s assist discovering an 86-year-old man who some family members declare has not been seen for nearly six months.
In line with a police report, officers have been requested to carry out a wellness test Friday morning at Joe Phelps’ residence on the 10900 block of Massie Avenue. Phelps’ social employee claimed she had not heard from him since Might or June of final 12 months, and officers have been unable to find Phelps on the home.
The social employee says she spoke with Phelps’ son (who apparently lives together with his father on the home), however that he turned “irate” when she questioned him concerning the elder Phelps’ whereabouts. Authorities later spoke with the solar, who instructed them he and his father have been on the grocery retailer. Nevertheless, they didn’t return to the house.
Phelps’ daughter later spoke with the cops, who instructed them she dad went lacking in June or July of final 12 months and that she had not seen him since. Neighbors did declare to have seen Phelps on Wednesday of this week, though his automotive was nonetheless parked exterior the home.
Joe Phelps is described as being 5-foot-Four and weighing 140 kilos with grey hair and brown eyes. His daughter instructed officers she believes he’s affected by some type of dementia.
Anybody with data relating to Phelps’ whereabouts is requested to right away name 911.