Springfield Police search for missing woman


    Judy Ann Parker photo courtesy Springfield Police Department

    SPRINGFIELD, Ore. – The Springfield Police Department is searching for a woman last seen on New Year’s Eve.

    According to Springfield Police, 72-year-old Judy Ann Parker was las seen at her care home at 11th Street and R Street in Springfield on the morning of December 31, 2016. She has not been seen since.

    She left an adult foster care facility where residents are free to come and go.

    Police say Parker has previously left the home and became lost in the Eugene/Springfield area.

    Parker’s family members said she is not familiar with the area. She is only familiar with the Cottage Grove area.

    Family members say Parker is in danger because she cannot take care of herself. She recently lost a significant amount of weight and has health issues, making her vulnerable to the freezing temperatures.

    Employees at the care home say Parker has schizoaffective disorder, paranoia and has recently been showing signs of dementia.

    Family members say she has psychosis, is delusional and hears voices, but she has not been diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s.

    Parker is described as white and 5 feet 2 inches tall. She weighs approximately 120 pounds. She has white hair and was last seen wearing blue jeans and a dark knitted cap.

    She has previously identified herself by the alias of Amy Parker.

    Anyone with information should call the Springfield Police Department at 541-726-3714.

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