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Carmen Dentamaro (Berkeley Police Department)

Berkeley Woman With Dementia Who Went Missing Has Been Located

Berkeley police say a 75-year-old woman suffering dementia who went missing Thursday night has been located.

14 hours ago

Guillermo Ibarra, 74, was last seen Thursday at the Santa Clara DMV office at 3665 Flora Vista Ave. around 1 p.m., San Jose police spokesman Albert Morales said.

Missing San Jose Man With Dementia Found

Police are seeking the public’s help in locating an at-risk elderly man missing since Thursday afternoon.


James Moten

Police Searching For Missing Oakland Man With Dementia

Police in Oakland were searching for a 64-year-old man who went missing from his care home on Saturday.


James Ross, aka Jim

Police Searching For Missing Alameda Man Suffering From Dementia

James “Jim” Ross was last seen driving away from his residence on Liberty Avenue in a blue 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee.


Kenneth Chin

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Over SF Dementia Patient Left At Wrong Location

An elder abuse and wrongful death case has been filed in California Superior Court in the disappearance and death of a San Francisco dementia patient who was missing for 10 days before being found by a dog walker, dead in a park.


Missing. (CBS)

Missing Elderly Fairfield Woman Spent Night In Neighbor’s Yard

A missing at-risk elderly Fairfield woman was found in good health after spending the night in a neighbor’s yard.


William Ayers

Peninsula Child Psychiatrist Won’t Stand Trial For Sex Abuse

A San Mateo psychiatrist who was accused of molesting seven male patients in the early 1990s has been deemed incompetent to stand trial, San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe said Monday.

CBS San Francisco–08/22/2011

John Madden (KCBS)

Daily Madden: Football Player Concussions

John Madden talks about the death of former 49ers center Forrest Blue at age 65 who had been suffering from dementia for 15-20 years.



California Lawmakers, Medical Experts Devise Plan To Deal With Alzheimer’s

State legislators and medical experts unveiled a new state plan Wednesday for coping with Alzheimer’s disease. An explosion of people with the disease is expected in the next 20 years.



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