Missing local woman found in Indianapolis

By Frank Lewis

October 30, 2013

Frank Lewis

PDT Staff Writer

A missing West Portsmouth woman has been found. Friends had been looking for Sharon Syroney, 44, of 1373 Beekman Ave., since she left her friends house Sunday and seemingly disappeared.

“I just got word that she has been located in Indianapolis,” Scioto County Sheriff’s Captain David Hall said around 10 a.m. Wednesday. “She was at a bank for the last three days. They’re not sure how she got there. She was driving her own vehicle. They got a call that she was at the bank. They ran the license and they got a hit from our agency. We had her entered as a missing and endangered person. They took her for a mental evaluation to get her checked out.The Metro Police Department ran her license and notified us. She had been placed in the Missing Person database.”

The Daily Times checked the incident reports that showed that a neighbor had reported Syroney missing.

According to the report, Syroney had been arrested on Sept. 30 for domestic violence against her son, and that son had been placed in the care of Syroney’s family members with Syroney being told not to have contact with those family members. The neighbor said Syroney told her the relative was coming to her house to pick up clothes and she was going to leave to avoid problems.

The neighbor said Syroney was supposed to return after they left because they had made plans to visit the neighbor’s family member in Pike County. She did not return and had not been heard from according to the report. The neighbor said she has called Syroney’s cell phone several times and has been unable to make contact.

The neighbor said it is not like Syroney to just run off.

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