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Silver Alert canceled for Cary man

Posted August 3, 2011

— The North Carolina Center for Missing Persons canceled a Silver Alert Wednesday for a Cary man.

The alert for 32-year-old Jeremy Brendan Cid was issued Monday. 

Developed in 2007, Silver Alert is a system to quickly notify the public about missing endangered adults who suffer from dementia or other cognitive impairments, such as Alzheimer's disease.

It also allows caregivers and nursing homes to report a person missing. In the past, only a family member could report an adult missing.


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  • Cary Proud Aug 3, 2011

    Why was this a silver alert is there a medical issue with this young man or did he just not want to be found?

  • Reader X Aug 3, 2011

    Ooops, ment to write Silver alert and not Amber alert

  • Reader X Aug 3, 2011

    Now do these young people really have dementia or other cognitive impairments? Or is this guy just being a typical young person and taking off on a whim because he can. Or is someone being that controlling in his life and call in an Amber alert that he has to get away. Just makes you wonder about these alerts.

  • doovinator Aug 3, 2011

    what went on here?

  • fgump Aug 3, 2011

    So, was he located?

  • jdtblueprint Aug 3, 2011

    Yes he was found. And in all places to go they always show up in henderson.

  • buford Aug 3, 2011

    Well the original article just said he had a "cognitive impairment" and information about the car he was last seen driving. I guess he was found if they cancelled the alert. Very vague....

  • dontstopnow Aug 3, 2011

    What???? Does anyone else find this story a bit confusing on information or is it just me? The last two paragraphs are totally worthless and the title apparently is the story...