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Endangered 81-year-old Carmel man found safe

UPDATE: Carmel police tweeted about 9:45 p.m. Thursday: “Don Schultheis has been located and is safe. Thank you for your time and consideration in this matter, and thank you to the surrounding agencies in their efforts to help locate Don.”

CARMEL, Ind. (WISH) — Police said on Twitter they are seeking help to locate a missing, endangered man.

Don Schultheis, 81, has Alzheimer’s disease. He was described 6 feet and 138 pounds with blue eyes. He is bald on top with gray hair on the sides.

Schultheis was last seen wearing a blue and white checkered shirt, jeans and brown boots.

Carmel Police Department asked anyone with information to call.


Colts GM: Anthony Castonzo to return next season

INDIANAPOLIS (WIBC) –When Indianapolis Colts General Manager spoke at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis Tuesday, he wasn’t just talking about the players the Colts could take in the upcoming draft.

He also discussed the return of an offensive lineman who has been with the Colts for nine years.

“Anthony Castonzo has informed me that he will play again, which of course, brought a big ole’ big smile to my face. We’re in the process of working on that right now,” Ballard said.

Castonzo had been contemplating retirement.

Ballard didn’t tip his hand as to who he could draft or who he’s considering, but he did talk about the performance about some of his players this year, namely Quarterback Jacoby Brissett.

“We did a two-year deal with Jacoby to find out what we had. We like Jacoby Brissett. It was almost a tale of two seasons with him. We’re 5-2 and he’s playing good football and then we had injuries as a team and we kind of slid down. To say that we’re going to create competition (at quarterback), well we’re going to create competition at any spot. That’s going to be a year-to-year thing,” Ballard said.

Brissett injured his knee in a game against the Pittsburgh Steelers back in November. Ballard was asked if Brissett’s play following that game, where he struggled, had anything to do with the injury.

“I wouldn’t put it on the injury. Once you open training camp, everybody is knicked and dinged. They got to play through that and take care of their body, so I don’t want to put it on the injury with Jacoby,” Ballard said.

Ballard was asked what he’s looking for in a quarterback.

“I still think accuracy number, mental aptitude, and I don’t think this gets talked about enough, but be a fit with what you’re trying to do schematically offensively is critically important,” Ballard said.

The NFL Draft begins April 23.