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Paragould woman found in Evening Shade

Angelia Blevins (Source: Paragould Police Dept.) Angelia Blevins (Source: Paragould Police Dept.)
(Source: Katie Blevins via Facebook) (Source: Katie Blevins via Facebook)
Vehicle similar to one Angelia Blevins was last seen driving. (Source: Katie Blevins via Facebook) Vehicle similar to one Angelia Blevins was last seen driving. (Source: Katie Blevins via Facebook)
PARAGOULD, AR (KAIT) -

A woman who went missing in Paragould Monday night was found in Sharp County.

According to Sgt. Sterling Catterton with Paragould police, Angelia Blevins was found in an Evening Shade convenience store Tuesday night.

She was disoriented and was examined by medical personnel.

She is being transported to the Sharp County Sheriff's Office to await pickup by family members.

David Blevins, Angela’s husband, was being treated at AMMC and was waiting to be transferred to St. Bernards Medical Center in Jonesboro.

He said she was going to go home and pick up a few things but never made it.

“She’s a wonderful woman,” David said. “She’s struggling right now with some health issues. She’s confused. I’m sure she’s scared and confused, and we just need to get her home where can be safe.”

Captain Scott Adams with Blytheville police said Angela’s credit card was registered at the Quick Stop in Blytheville. He also said surveillance video shows her using the credit card.

Blytheville police looked around other businesses in town in an effort to locate her.

Her family has partnered with a group of friends and volunteers in an effort to find her.

“She not dangerous. She’s not a danger to anyone, not a threat. I’m sure she’s alone and scared, and we need everybody’s help to find her,” David said.

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