Found Deceased UT - James Fields, 77, Annabella, Sevier County, 4 March 2019

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    doodles1211 Well-Known Member

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    The Sevier County Sheriff’s Office released a statement Wednesday that they are looking for information on the whereabouts of 77-year-old James Fields of Annabella.

    Fields was last seen Monday, March 4 and was supposed to go to a medical appointment, but never arrived.

    He was driving a 2012 Dodge truck that is gray with a matching shell. The license plate is Utah C23 2PL.

    Deputies have received reports that me may have made it to the medical center, but not to the appointment. They have also received reports of possible sightings in Sanpete County.

    Please contact the Sevier County Sheriff’s Office if you have any information at 435-896-6471 or your local law enforcement agency.
    Sevier County Sheriff seeking information on missing person
     
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    HayLouise Well-Known Member

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    It has been six days since Linda’s husband, James Fields, went missing in Sevier County.

    Linda last spoke with her husband over the phone on the morning of March 4. She was on vacation in San Diego at the time and decided to cut her trip short following a strange phone call.

    “He [James] told me he’d been looking for me all over the house, including under the bed. So, I was confused why he would not know where I was,” Linda said.

    Linda came home the next day, but James went missing shortly after their phone call.

    “He had some illnesses, he was on his way to the doctor,” she said.

    Linda said James has struggled with his health for years but has never displayed any signs of dementia or Alzheimer’s.

    “It was an emergency appointment because he’s not doing well with his health, he has probably a kidney or urinary tract infection.” Linda continued, saying her doctor told her that type of infection could cause confusion in elderly people.

    Investigators believe James made it to his truck to drive to his appointment. A two-hour trek from their home near Richfield to Provo, that Linda said the 77-year-old had done a number of times.

    More at Six days after husband’s disappearance, Utah woman hopes to find answers at ‘Missing in Utah’ event
     
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    JerseyGirl Staff Member Staff Member Forum Coordinators

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    His wife said her 77-year-old husband had been suffering with what she believed was a kidney infection, which might have caused him some delirium, as it often does in elderly people. He left the house at about noon on Monday, March 4, in his dark gray Dodge truck, likely wearing "suspenders and a flannel plaid, jeans and work boots," his wife said.

    She thinks he took a wrong turn somewhere or pulled off the main roads and just hasn't been seen.

    Utah police gather information from the public to help solve missing persons cases
     
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    sasha17 Curiouser & curiouser

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    "A man who was reported missing out of Sevier County earlier this month was found dead in Colorado Friday. The Sevier County Sheriff’s Office states James Fields, 77, was found dead near Parachute, Colorado around 4 p.m."

    Missing Utah man found dead in Colorado
     
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