Officers found her wandering around in what they’re calling an altered level of consciousness in Rogue River on Sunday night. She was wearing a Washington Redskins jersey and a ball cap. An ambulance took her to a Grants Pass hospital to be checked out. Officers say she cannot speak or function without help.
The Grants Pass Department of Public Safety is expressing their thanks the media and citizens who assisted in identifying the subject.
[ORIGINAL STORY] ROGUE RIVER, Ore. — Police are asking for your help in identifying an endangered person. Police say just before 11 p.m. Saturday, a female was wandering and non-communicative with officers who contacted her within the city limits of Rogue River. An ambulance transported the woman to the Three Rivers Community Hospital emergency department in Grants Pass.
Medical officials contacted Grants Pass Department of Public Safety just before 8 a.m. Sunday and police personnel responded. Officers say the female did not speak at all and could not function without direction. No identification could be found leaving her identity unknown. With assistance from the Josephine County Sheriff’s Office, a state-wide database search of fingerprints was conducted and no match was located.
Officers say she’s been taken into custody on a temporary mental hold and remains at the Three Rivers Medical Center. She’s described as a white female adult of American Indian or Hispanic descent. Officers believe she’s 30 to 33 years of age, a few inches taller than 5 feet, 120 pounds, black hair sitting at her shoulders, brown eyes, wearing white and pink running shoes, knee-length socks, tan shorts, white tank top with Washington Redskins #10 jersey and a billed hat.
IF you have any information as to her identity, officers as you to contact the Grants Pass DPS at (541) 450-6260.