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Natalie Ann Ogilvie was found safe at a shelter in Macomb County.
Beacon Services, South Haven, are picking her up from the shelter and
bringing her back to South Haven.
Incident Type: Missing, Endangered
Date and Time: December
at 1300 hrs
Location Missing From:
300 Block Hogans Alley, South Haven City
Natalie Ann Ogilvie, white female, DOB 6/24/87, 5'2'', 105 lbs, blue eyes,
strawberry blonde hair, pale complexion, last seen wearing blue jeans and a
purple feather hooded jacket. Ogilvie is a court ordered resident of Beacon
Services which is located in the 56000 Block of 48th Avenue, Lawrence.
Ogilvie suffers from
mild mental health issues, having bi-polar disorder, substance abuse
problems, and has been subject to abuse and exploitation in the past when on
her own and off of her medication. She requires several types of mental
Ogilvie does have a history of crack cocaine abuse and went
missing from a substance abuse meeting.
Sheriff Dale R. Gribler reports that deputies are investigating an incident
involving a mentally challenged female who voluntarily went missing from a
location in the City of South Haven.
Deputies received the report from a
driver for an adult foster care home stating that she had transported a
female to a substance abuse meeting in the City of South Haven. During that
meeting, the female went missing while the driver was waiting for her.
South Haven Police Department assisted deputies in searching for the missing
female, but were unable to locate her.
After speaking with staff at Beacon
Services and her guardians at ARC Services in Macomb County, deputies
believe that Ogilvie left the meeting to avoid returning to Beacon
services. It is possible that Ogilvie may try go back to the Macomb County
area where she had originally resided. Deputies entered Ogilvie into LEIN
and NCIC as a voluntary-endangered missing person and issued BOL's to all
police agencies in the Southwest MI area.
If you have any information as to Ogilvie's whereabouts, please contact the Van Buren County Sheriff's Office
at (269) 657–3101 or any law enforcement agency.
Deputy Raymond W. Hochsprung VBCSO
Sergeant David Walker VBCSO
South Haven Police Department, Michigan State Police Post #51
Please contact the on duty Sgt. at (269) 657-3101 or Operations Lt. Robert
Kirk at (269) 657-2006