Judge Lombard started his trip in Las Vegas. His final destination was Detroit. When the bus he was on stopped in Denver, he got off and started wandering around.
The first time he got lost and then found, a social worker put him in a cab and sent him back to the bus station.
What do you think happened? He started wandering around Denver again.
Lost for a second time, he was finally found after eleven days of wandering around the streets of Denver. When they found Judge Lombard, he was dehydrated and starving.
After feeding him and getting him the appropriate medical attention, the Denver police put him on a plane to Detroit.
The police took the precaution of describing his condition to a flight attendant. They also contacted his wife to let her know all the pertinent details of his flight.
No one saw Judge Lombard get off the plane.
"Police officers from Denver told my grandma to be there at 9:05 to receive him and we were there when the plane arrived. At the gate 4, at Metropolitan airport, we were there and he wasn't," said Lombard's nephew Anthony Coleman.
The last time Judge Lombard was seen he was in Denver.
Where did he go? Where is he? Is he in Denver? Is he in Detroit? Or, did he get on a plane to some other destination (not impossible, I once did it)?
Bob DeMarco is the editor of the Alzheimer's Reading Room and an Alzheimer's caregiver. The Alzheimer's Reading Room is the number one website on the Internet for news, advice, and insight into Alzheimer's disease. Bob has written more than 800 articles with more than 18,000 links on the Internet. Bob resides in Delray Beach, FL.