Search for Larry Lee will continue Saturday in Falmouth

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Local citizens are being asked to help with search

By Stevie Lowery

Another search for Larry Lee, who has been missing since Aug. 4, is planned for Saturday, Aug. 20, in Falmouth, Ky.

According to Bob O’Daniel, anyone who would like to participate in the search should meet at the Masonic Temple parking lot in Lebanon between 6:30-6:45 a.m. Saturday. If people want to carpool, that is encouraged.

The search party will be traveling to Falmouth, Ky, which is where Lee, 32, walked away from a personal-care home on Aug. 4. Lee, who has an acquired brain injury, is a ward of the state as part of a severe brain injury program, according to his sister, Melissa Lee Knight of Lebanon. Lee is also schizophrenic, bipolar, and diabetic.

Today, Friday, Aug. 19, Knight and other family members are scheduled to meet with Falmouth Police Chief Mark Posey, Kentucky State Police, Frankfort representatives and Falmouth Care Home employees to share information and decide what to do next.

More information will be reported about that meeting as soon as it becomes available.

For any questions about the search effort, call Bob O’Daniel at (502) 507-3686.