Marsharie Leons-Garrett: Missing from Florida Found

 Marsharie, whose clothes were found in a wooded area, has been found safe after almost three weeks.

According to Palm Bay police, Marsharie was found draped in a white sheet sitting in the middle of the road  in the town of Malabar.

“She was found to be covered with ant bites,” Yvonne Martinez, spokeswoman for the Palm Bay Police Department told Florida Today. “She was taken to Palm Bay Hospital for evaluation. Palm Bay detectives went to the hospital to interview her.” The website writes:

Robert Horner was out walking his Siberian Husky Arie and his cat Oreo on Briar Creek Boulevard in Malabar, when he spotted what he described as a strange sight about 100 yards away. “I thought it was a white box sitting in the middle of the road. I wondered what it was and then I saw it move,” Horner said.
“I walked up and there she was, covered with a white sheet over her head, but I could see her eyes. I asked her, Are you OK,’ and I heard her whisper, I’m OK. I asked, Can I do anything for you, and she didn’t answer,” said Horner, who then headed back home and called 9-1-1 to report the sight. I didn’t know what was really going on. Her eyes were sparkling from the street light. It was odd, but I was kind of curious.”

Marsharie had left the area, but police were able to find her hiding near a wooded path.

“She was dehydrated and covered with insect bites but she’s otherwise in good condition,” Martinez told The Huffington Post. “She’s not talking very much. She said she ate berries and drank creek water, which is rankish [sic] water. It’s amazing that she did not get sick.”Martinez says Marisharie was taken to a hospital for evaluation and will also be evaluated by mental health professionals afterward.

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Family searches for missing woman from Palm Bay.

Marsharie Lemons-Garrett, 22, has been missing from her home on Oaklyn Street, Palm Bay, Fl. on on June 22.

Marsharie likes to walk the Turkey Creek Sanctuary near her home.  So far, only Marsharie’s shoes and socks were found two weeks ago.

The police have searched the area with all-terrain vehicles, aerial patrols and police dogs according to Florida Today, but Marsharie is still missing.

If you are able to help with the search, please meet on Saturday at 155 E. University Blvd. in Palm Bay.

Marsharie is 5’8″ tall, 150 pounds with black hair with braids.

If you have any information to her whereabouts, please call 321-952-3456.

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