Officers Feign They’re Out For A Stroll And Walk Elderly Woman With Dementia Home

Roberta is an 81 -year-old sufferer of dementia, and because of that she lives with her daughter in Charles County, Maryland.

Every day she likes to walk down to the end of the driveway and back to get the blood pumping, but on Friday she objective up not is about to change as per her usual. Her daughter was accustomed to her daily walk down the driveway and hadn’t noticed her mother continue on her style. She immediately called 911.

After explaining the situation to the responding officers that set out to find the poor old woman, and when they did the most adorable thing happened. Instead of scaring the woman and perhaps making a bad situation worse, they decided to simply feign they were also out for a walk and escorted her home. They managed to snap the above image and shared this touching message 😛 TAGEND

“We often talk about the rewards of police work. On Friday, we captured a moment.

Officers responded to a 911 bellow from a woman who reported her 81 -year-old mother missing. It seems her mom left her house to take her daily walk up and down the driveway, but when she didn’t return, things got a bit scary because the woman’s mother has dementia. Policemen P. DeBoe, C. Caywood, B. Morrison, Sgt. C. Black, and Cpl. C. Clevenger and his K9 partner participated at the scene and began a search of the heavily wooded area.

After 40 minutes, the woman was observed. At first, she seemed confused at the sudden appearance of police officers on the tree-lined road, and she asked if the officers were out taking a walking too. They quietly replied’ Yes, ’ after all, it was a beautiful day. And then she seemed relieved and told them she had lost her style.’ No problem, ’ said Officer Morrison who then gently took her hand and, along with the other policemen strolled her back to her house. Along the way, the officers stimulated small talk with the woman, to induce her feel at ease. When asked what the key to a long, healthy life was, the woman responded,’ Eat good and stay active.’

Officers encounter different situations every day. Some good, some not so good. In this case, a frightening situation for the family aimed happily. For that, they were thankful. For us, it’s the rewarding part of policing.”

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