Hubbard man is home safe

HUBBARD, Ohio (WKBN) – A Hubbard man who was reported missing on Thursday has returned home and is safe.

The family of James Priester, 63, told police he left his Oak Knoll Drive home for work on Wednesday afternoon, but he never arrived. They also said he takes medications, but he did not have them with him, so they were concerned for his safety.

A statewide Senior Alert was issued on Thursday afternoon.

A Trumbull County dispatcher said the family called about 9 p.m. Thursday to report Priester was home and unharmed.




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