Report by Paula Antolini, July 28, 2019, 4:00PM EDT
On 07/28/19, the Newtown Police Department received a call of a missing 81 year old female. Mrs Hampton is known to become confused and often gets lost while out driving. Mrs Hampton was last seen on Friday 7/26/19 her vehicle is also missing and is similar to the one pictured below. At this time there is no indication of criminal activity related to this case.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Newtown Police Department 203-426-5841 CFS# 19-18845.
Lieutenant David Kullgren #072
Administrative Services Commander
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The Newtown Police Department is happy to report that Mrs Hampton has been safely located by local authorities in Ellicott City, Maryland unharmed.
We can’t thank everyone enough for the assistance we received from different area police departments and for all the prayers that her community gave her.
I also like to thank our own officers who worked around the clock in coordinating with outside agencies to help quickly and safely find Mrs Hampton.
Lt. Aaron Bahamonde