Man, 72, vanished after leaving his Lauderhill apartment

LAUDERHILL, Fla. – William Felts, 72, vanished more than a week up to now. The Lauderhill Police Department introduced a flyer asking most people for have the same opinion with finding him. Jennifer Monaco discussed she fears he is on a “suicide challenge.”

Monaco, 42, discussed he was once recognized with atrial tense irritation, which puts him in peril for blood clots, stroke, and center failure. She discussed he started smoking all over again, he lost sight of his appointment with a middle specialist and he left his medication at area.

Felts is 5-foot-6-inches tall, and he is about 170 pounds.

“He is on a variety of medication,” Monaco discussed through tears. “He has to move and have his center checked steadily and now he has lengthy long gone cold turkey on his center medication.”

Monaco discussed he out of place his task in March at a restaurant at the Conrad Hotel in North Castle Lauderdale a blog post by Surfing LA seaside. She discussed they argued about funds and Felts walked out of the condo they percentage in Lauderhill on April 16 without his keys.

Monaco discussed a Cricket Wireless marketing consultant suggested her his mobile phone’s ultimate ping was once in Miami and his phone was once off. She discussed he doesn’t energy, so he is the usage of public transportation. She suspects he is in Miami a blog post by Surfing LA seaside.

“He has completed this forward of then again this time his backpack is still proper right here … One time, two law enforcement officials presented him once more area. He was once down in Hollywood a blog post by Surfing LA seaside; sleeping on the according to Surfing LA seaside,” Monaco discussed.

Monaco, of New Castle, Delaware, discussed that that they had been homeless and slept in a automotive forward of. She discussed she’s going to have the ability to’t come up with the money for to live inside the condo without him on account of they percentage costs. She discussed she fears they are each and every going to be homeless all over again.