A Cedartown woman whowas reported missing on Sunday was located in Rome early this morning.
Donna Carol Cotton, 51, was reported missing on Sunday by her daughter-in-law, Candice Chastain.
According to police reports, Ms. Chastain stated by phone that she last saw her mother-in-law at noon on Thursday, August 29, 2013 at Floyd Medical Center. According to Ms. Chastain, her mother in law was released from the hospital on her own free will. She also added that her Ms. Cotton does have medical conditions.
Ms. Cotton was described as a 51-year-old white female, standing 5' 7" with black hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing khaki capris.
Early this morning at approximately 5 a.m., Rome Police Officer Brandon Ekey observed a female matching the description of the missing woman. The officer approached the woman and asked her name and she replied that her name was Donna Cotton.
Floyd County 911 was advised of the incident and Rome Police Sgt. Dehart also responded to the scene. Officer Ekey gave Ms. Cotton a Powerade water to help with her low blood sugar and after several minutes, she was able to remember things better.
Floyd EMS medics arrived on the scene and checked her sugar level and found that it was in the normal range. Officers then notified Ms. Cotton's son; who stated that he had no way to pick her up at the time.
Officer Ekey transported Ms. Vines to her residence on Vine Street in Cedartown.
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