TN - Curtis Bass, 71, Shelby County, 8 Aug 2017

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  1. LisaWL7TR

    LisaWL7TR New Member

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    According to the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office, Curtis Bass, 71, hasn’t been seen since Tuesday.

    At that time, he was in a maroon 18-wheeler with “CE” on the doors in the Northaven area.

    According to SCSO, Bass has dementia, diabetes and a blood clot, so it’s imperative he’s found quickly. He has medication but may forget to take it, the alert said.

    Bass is described as a 5-foot-5, 180-pound black man with black hair and brown eyes. He also has a scar on his nose and right forearm. He was wearing a blue T-shirt, black pants and black shoes when he was last seen.

    http://wreg.com/2017/08/12/71-year-old-with-medical-issues-reported-missing/

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    abstr Active Member

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    I hope this man is ok. Not trying to be insensitive but if he has dementia why is he driving an 18 wheeler? DOT has very strict rules on who can operate a big rig.
     
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    I had the same thoughts, but it seems initial reports are typically lacking in details. The article did not say he was driving the big rig, so hopefully he wasn't. Hoping he will soon be found safe.

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