Update: Golden Alert For Lexington Man Cancelled

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Updated: 5/03/2013 7:57 am
 A Golden Alert for a Lexington man was cancelled after he was located in Tennessee.
 Earl Crisp, 86, was reported missing on Thursday.
 Lexington police said Crisp suffers from dementia.
 Authorities in Tennessee called Lexington police at 6:40 a.m. Friday to tell them they pulled over Crisp during a traffic stop in Dandridge, Tennessee.
 Police said he is in good health.
 His family was contacted and told he was located.
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