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Alzheimer’s Patient Found Floating in Pond, Pasco Sheriff Says

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He was found shortly after he was reporting missing, Pasco deputies said.

WESLEY CHAPEL – Pasco Sheriff’s deputies are investigating the apparent drowning death of a man suffering from Alzheimer’s whose body was found floating in a Wesley Chapel pond this morning (Aug. 29).

The body of Herman WIlliam Wolter, 87, was found in a pond near the home of his caretaker. The Pasco Sheriff’s Office received the call that he was missing at about 3:17 a.m. Deputies said they found his body in the pond a short time later.

Mr. Wolter recently moved here from Georgia. His caretaker said that he was complaining of wanting to go home. Foul play is not suspected, deputies said.

For information about the Pasco sheriff, go to pascosheriff.com.

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