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Missing Catskill woman found alive and well in Maryland

Jun 29, 2021 6:00 am

Steve Hughes is reporting for the Times Union Alicia Kenyon, the 29-year-old Catskill woman missing since late March, has been found safe and living in Maryland. State Police said Kenyon was identified after stopping in a homeless shelter. She told authorities in Maryland that she had been living in a tent in the woods. Kenyon was last seen on March 20, first at the Catskill Walmart, near where she lived at the Catskill Motor Court on Route 32. She was later spotted at a Stewart's Shop in the village of Saugerties. According to New York State Trooper and public information officer Steven Nevel, Kenyon was seen at the Arundel House of Hope, a social services organization that provides emergency, transitional and permanent affordable housing in Glen Burnie, Maryland, a suburb of Baltimore. Read the full story in the Times Union.

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