06-20-2012 Silver Alert
JUNE 20, 2012.
A silver alert has been issued by the Parker County Sheriff’s Office for 78-year-old Esperanza Galvan.
Galvan was last heard from at her Aledo residence around 8:30 a.m. this morning on her way to a dentist appointment in Fort Worth.
Family members reported Galvan did not make it to her appointment.
A debit card issued to Galvan was used at 10 a.m., at a convenience store in North Richland Hills.
Galvan has been diagnosed with mild Alzheimer’s Dementia Disease.
Anyone with information about Galvan’s disappearance or her location, is encouraged to call the Parker County Sheriff’s Office immediately at (817) 594-8845.
Galvan is described as 5 feet-6-inches tall, weighing approximately 110 pounds with brown and gray hair.
Galvan’s vehicle is also missing and has not been recovered. It is described as a 2002 tan Chevrolet Geo Tracker with Texas license plates PNN579.
Update: Galvan was found just outside of Stillwater, Oklahoma, just before 6 p.m. A Good Samaritan had stopped to assist Galvan after she ran out of fuel. Payne County Sheriff’s Office dispatchers reported Galvan’s Silver Alert as cleared.