Duluthian Scott Tridgell has been found in Oklahoma City. He’d been missing since Dec. 14.
From a Duluth Police Department news release:
Tridgell, 26, suffers from a form of amnesia which limits his ability to recall important details regarding his personal life, such as where he lives or where he has been.
He walked into Presbyterian Hospital in Oklahoma City on Monday, Jan. 3, but was not able to tell hospital staff who he was. Hospital staff notified the University of Oklahoma Police Department, which responded to the hospital to assist with identification.
Through investigation, University Police determined that the man was Tridgell, and that he was a missing person from Duluth. Tridgell’s vehicle was located 20 miles from the hospital. There was no report as to his physical condition.
University police notified the Duluth Police Department of Tridgell’s location. This information was relayed to his parents in Duluth.
Tridgell left his home in Duluth on Dec. 14, saying he was going to a job interview. He was confirmed to have been in Post, Texas the following day, and was confirmed to have been in Southern California a few days later.