Missing Lee’s Summit woman found safe near Oak Grove

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Phyllis A. Nesom

LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. — The Lee’s Summit Police Department says the woman who was the subject of Tuesday’s Endangered SILVER Advisory  has been found safe.

According to police, Phyllis A. Nesom was reported missing after she never returned home after leaving  St. Luke’s Hospital in Lee’s Summit after visiting family. She was later found safe on I-70 near Oak Grove, Mo. Tuesday.

Nesom is 64-years old.

Police say Nesom has multiple personality disorder and undiagnosed narcolepsy. Nesom did not have medication with her and police were concerned she may hallucinate and lose consciousness.


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