UPDATE: Three found, Golden Alert dismissed
RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ) -A Golden Alert out of Madison Co. is over after the three people involved were found in McReary Co.
The Madison Co. Sheriff says Sandra Webster and her two children, Robert and Patricia Janicki, were found near the Pulaski Co. line. Webster was taken to Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital for an undisclosed medical reason, according to the Sheriff.
The Sheriff says Robert and Patricia Janicki are in good health, and have been released to family members.
4/28/16 @ 10:57 a.m.
The Madison Co. Sheriff says he is still searching for three people that have been missing since April 25.
According to the Sheriff, Sandra Diane Webster’s car was spotted at a Hardee’s in Science Hill, but law enforcement was unable to locate Webster or her two children.
Additional details in the Golden Alert are available below.
The search continues.
4/27/16 @ 5:56 p.m.
The Madison Co. Sheriff’s Office is asking for help from the public in locating three persons who have been missing since April 25 at about 8:00 p.m.
According to the Sheriff, Sandra Diane Webster, her two special needs children, Robert George Janicki, and daughter Patricia Ann Janicki were reported missing on Tuesday. The Sheriff says the three are possibly in a silver 2007 Dodge Caravan with Michigan license # 2J0423.
Sandra Diane Webster, 76, is 5’7” and weighs approximately 120lbs. She has white and red hair, blue eyes, and has a fair complexion. Sandra requires medication and was reported to be in a confused state of mind.
Robert George Janicki, 49, is 5’8” tall and 130lbs. Robert has brown hair, blue eyes, thin build, with a light complexion. Robert is reported to have Cerebral Palsy, is missing teeth, and has limited speech.
Patricia Ann Janicki, 54, is 5’8” tall and weighs 150lbs. Patricia has brown hair, blue eyes, medium build, and is missing teeth. Patricia Janicki is reported to be Autistic and to suffer seizures.
Anyone with information in regards to these missing persons is asked to contact Madison County Sheriff Deputy Paul Lay at (859) 623-1511 or Madison County 911 at (859) 624-4772.