Missing man last seen at Jazz game Monday found disoriented on TRAX

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UPDATE: Officials say Mickey, the man last seen after a Jazz game Monday night, has been found.

“We are so grateful that Mickey has been found. He appears to be in good condition,” said Cindie Quintana, Director of Public Relations and Development, TURN Community Services. “We are taking him to a local hospital just to get checked out as a precaution.”
Quintana thanked the media, the Salt Lake City Police Department, Murray City Police Department, UTA, and the many volunteers who assisted in the search for Mickey.
Quintana said a concerned passenger riding TRAX Tuesday afternoon alerted the TRAX operator that Mickey seemed a bit disoriented.
The TRAX operator stopped his train, contacted another UTA bus driver, and asked him to drive Mickey to the nearest police station. Mickey had been riding TRAX back and forth on the blue line multiple times trying to make it back home to Orem. 
“The Murray City Police Department gave Mickey muffins, water, and kept him company until staff arrived,” said Quintana. “We are so thankful to these courageous UTA workers, and the anonymous citizen who noticed that there was an individual in need. These wonderful individuals took a break from their busy workday to lend a hand to an exceptional someone with special needs.”  


SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – Salt Lake City Police are asking for the publics help in locating a missing endangered man.

Mickey Sargent attended the Jazz game Monday night with his group and hasn’t been seen since.

Sargent is 71-years-old with gray hair, hazel eyes and is 5’11.

Officials say Mickey wandered off from the group and was last seen leaving the arena at 9:28 p.m.

Help us find this #Missing and #Endangered individual. Mickey Sargent attended the Jazz game last night with his group. Mickey wandered off from the group. He was last seen leaving the arena at 9:28. If you see Mickey or know where he is please call 801-799-3000. pic.twitter.com/ycrWftoPEi— SLC Police Dept. (@slcpd) March 26, 2019

If you see Mickey or know where he is please call 801-799-3000.

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