A 57-year-old woman missing from Hanford was found in the South Valley just before midnight Thursday.
The Kings County Sheriff’s Office asked for the public’s help Thursday to locate Joy Crisp, who suffers from memory loss due to an early onset of Alzheimer’s disease.
The sheriff’s office said Crisp was found by Visalia police officers around 11 p.m. There is no information on the condition of Crisp when she was located.
Deputies said Crisp went missing around 10 a.m. Thursday while checking a mailbox across the street from her family’s residence in Hanford on the 12000 block of Seventh Avenue.
She was visiting family in Hanford for the past month and was scheduled to return home to Las Vegas this weekend.