UPDATE: Jeff Schlyer has reportedly been found dead. He died from a fractured spine after crashing his bicycle in a construction zone close to the Henderson Bridge. Sunday morning, a buddy searching for Schlyer located him at the site. At the college, Schlyer majored in Applied Mathematics and was noted for his generosity and sense of humor.
Jeff Schlyer Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
Jeff Schlyer Missing – Jeff (Jeffrey) Schlyer has been missing in Providence since Friday, January 6th evening. He was last heard from around 2:00 a.m., and it is assumed he was on a bicycle ride. Since he has not communicated with his family, girlfriend, or friends since, his relatives are understandably very concerned.
Brown University Public Safety can be reached at (401) 863-3804, and the Providence Police Department can be reached at (401) 272-1111 if you have any information regarding his whereabouts.
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According to the North Kingstown police, a missing 12-year-old girl who was reported missing on Wednesday afternoon has been located and is said to be “in good health.” According to Police Capt. John Urban, the authorities were alerted shortly after 10:00 a.m. after she was spotted in a shopping complex located on Post Road.
“Mia was found and it was determined that she was in good health. She was brought back along with her mother! “the statement was made by the police in a news release issued on Thursday morning.
According to a statement released by the police, “The police department would like to thank the public for their suggestions which resulted to the safe recovery of Mia.” On Wednesday, the police department posted information about the missing kid on Facebook, requesting anyone who might have seen her to quickly call 911.
After leaving her house at approximately 3:30 in the afternoon, she was reported missing, and a short while later, her bicycle was discovered. Urban stated that throughout the night, law enforcement authorities, active firemen, retired firefighters, and members of the general public looked for her. The young lady reported to the authorities that she had entered a public place of business on Wednesday and remained there throughout the night.
According to Urban, an employee of the school department who had since retired was the one who discovered the girl on Friday morning.
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