Man found after Silver Alert issued
A statewide Silver Alert has been canceled. The missing Ogden man was spotted on the downtown trolley this morning.
It started as a typical morning for downtown trolley driver, Marilyn Bristel, but things changed. “One of my passengers, he was sitting right here with me and he was like, don’t that guy look familiar, and I looked through the rear view mirror and I was like, you’re right! And he says, that guy was on television last night.”
“All I can say is I’m fine. And hopefully everything will come out just fine,” Paul LeBeau said.
LeBeau would not explain why he left home.
Investigators said it may be an issue with his marriage. Details of the Silver Alert included that he may suffer from dementia or memory loss.
According to detectives, LeBeau was alert, and answered simple questions accurately.
Sheriff’s deputies say LeBeau didn’t want to go home. Since it couldn’t be proved that he was mentally ill, he was returned to the shelter where he was staying.
LeBeau’s wife, Michaela said she is concerned for her husband’s safety and he was diagnosed with dementia ten years ago.
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