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Retired Albany judge missing, may be in danger

Retired Albany judge missing, may be in danger

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Druckenmiller and Frost

Retired Judge Jackson Frost, right, swears in Linn County Clerk Steve Druckenmiller in this 2015 photo. Frost, who has dementia, was reported missing from his Albany home on Saturday. He was located on Saturday night.

The Albany Police Department has issued a missing persons alert for a former Linn County Circuit Court judge.

Jackson Frost was last seen leaving his home south of West Albany High School about 4 p.m. Saturday, according to an alert posted on the department’s Facebook page Saturday night.

He is believed to be driving a gold 1997 Buick LeSabre sedan with the license plate number VDH971. He was reportedly wearing a red plaid flannel shirt and dark slacks.

Frost is said to have late-stage Alzheimer’s disease and is considered potentially endangered.

Anyone with information about Frost’s whereabouts is asked to call the Albany Police Department at 541-917-7680 or call 911.


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