News Maker Lenny Millholland on Project Lifesaver

There is a device being offered to help protect loved ones who may need extra attention and care.

We spoke with Frederick County Sheriff Lenny Millholland about Project Lifesaver in our latest news maker.

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Lenny tells us the most recent experience that brought Project lifesaver to the forefront.

He explains that Project Lifesaver is not just offered in Frederick County but in Jurisdictions across the United States and is 100 percent effective.

Lenny also tells us how you can find out more about Project Lifesaver.

Click here for Lenny’s interview.

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News Maker Lenny Millholland on Project Lifesaver

There is a device being offered to help protect loved ones who may need extra attention and care.

We spoke with Frederick County Sheriff Lenny Millholland about Project Lifesaver in our latest news maker.

News makers are brought to you by Warren County Together We are Community.

Lenny tells us the most recent experience that brought Project lifesaver to the forefront.

He explains that Project Lifesaver is not just offered in Frederick County but in Jurisdictions across the United States and is 100 percent effective.

Lenny also tells us how you can find out more about Project Lifesaver.

For more news from across the Shenandoah Valley, click here.

FCSO bloodhound locates missing person

Frederick County Sheriff’s located a missing and endangered person in Stephens City Friday afternoon.

The person was declared missing around 10 am when a son reported his 74 year old mother had left the residence.

The woman was found in a brushy thicket by Deputy Dan Clark and his Bloodhound Beau.

She suffered from mental health problems and had taken numerous prescriptions in an attempt at self harm.

She was then transported by Stephens City Fire and Rescue to Winchester Medical Center.

Sheriff Lenny Millholand wants to remind residents that if you have family members with conditions that can cause them to wander off, contact the Sheriff’s Office for more information on Project Lifesaver to help keep them safe.

Contact the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office at 540-662-6162 for additional information.

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