Missing teen and missing elderly man both found safe

June 26, 2019–8:47 a.m.

FLOYD COUNTY POLICE

Two separate missing person cases, both with happy endings.

The family is reporting that 17-year old Caitlyn “Brianna” Boston has been found safe in another jurisdiction.

She was brought home overnight by her family.

Boston was reported missing after she was last seen leaving her home in Garden Lakes on June 17.

Meanwhile, the Floyd County Police Department is also reporting that the Dawsonville Police Department has notified them that 76-year old Troy Lee Turner has been located and he is also safe.

Turner left home Monday to travel to Dawsonville.

The family suspects that he may have dementia and has gotten lost before.

Police thank the public for all their help in spreading the word on these two cases.

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