RIVERSIDE, Ca. – At at-risk special needs man is missing, and Riverside Police need the public’s help to locate him.
Jeremy Jennings, 30, is a dependent of the County of Riverside Conservator’s Office. He has a history of mental illness, anxiety disorder, and developmental disability. On December 24, 2018, Jeremy Jennings was initially located sick and unresponsive, in a homeless encampment. While being treated, he was at Riverside Hospital and despite finding his family members, he was placed under court conservatorship. He has very limited communication skills and he may not remember his name. He has a history of running from police out of fear.
Jeremy was on his way to a non-criminal court appearance in downtown Riverside when he fled from the transport vehicle on Thursday, September 5, 2019 at around 1:15 p.m. police said. He ran northbound on Main Street toward Market Street in tan pants, orange sandals, and the gray Marvel T-shirt in the photo. He is not violent and has no criminal history. He may run if approached. He has been a missing person numerous times and was located in Riverside, Moreno Valley, Perris, and Hemet.
He has been known to walk into traffic and appears to be unaware of danger or hazards, and also has limited ability to care for himself. He is a Black male adult, 5’11” tall, 165 pounds, black hair and brown eyes.
If Jeremy is seen or located, or if anyone knows of his whereabouts, please contact the Riverside Police Department’s Public Safety Communications Center at (951) 354-2007
This article was written by a staff member of the 24/7 Headline News Organization
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