“It’s like a pre-plan if someone goes missing. We have all the information ahead of time. Because there’s been times we’ve responded to missing persons and it turns out we’ve driven by them because we didn’t have a good picture or description of them,” Lt. Haig says.
September is World Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. According to the South Carolina Alzheimer’s Association someone around the world is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease about every three seconds. Six million Americans and about 95,000 South Carolinians live with the disease.