A missing 44-year-old Chandler man was found at Roosevelt Lake by Gila County Sheriff's Officers, according to Chandler police.
Several fishermen called the Gila County Sheriff's Office and said they saw a man walking around aimlessly.
Officers arrived and confirmed the man to be Steven DeMarlie at 1 p.m. Monday.
DeMarlie was OK, but was mildly dehydrated, officials said.
DeMarlie suffers from dyslexia, autism and a mild mental handicap. He was last seen by family members on Sunday around 11:30 a.m., when he told them he was going hiking in Tonto National Forest with his dog.
His family is en route to his location to pick him up, Chandler police said.
It is unclear how DeMarlie became separated from his vehicle, and if his dog was found with him.
He had made a call to a friend in Chicago at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, and had not been heard from since.
Tough_Boots wrote:Parker Creek with someone wandering away never to be seen again.
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