Endangered Missing Adult Alert cancelled for Northwest Ohio man 

UPDATE @ 7 a.m: The Endangered Missing Adult Alert for a northwest Ohio man has been cancelled, according to a release by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. 

Danny Howell, 72, reported missing April 12 from Paulding County, has been located. 


The Ohio Attorney General’s Office has issued an Endangered Missing Adult Alert for Danny Howell, 72, missing from Paulding County, Ohio. 

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Howell is described as a white male, 5-foot 11-inches tall, 245 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes, last seen wearing a black polo shirt, black athletic pants, and black tennis shoes. He suffers from hypertension, colon cancer, dementia, and walks with a limp, according to an official release. 

Howell was last seen on April 12 in his vehicle at Walmart on State Route 37 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. 

Officials said Howell might be driving an orange, 2008 Chevrolet HHR, with Ohio license plate 035XJZ. 

If you see Howell or his vehicle, you’re urged to contact 911 immediately. 

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