Officer finds missing Queens woman, 93, ‘driving erratically’ on Long Island

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Police are looking for 93-year-old Marjorie Smith. She was last seen Saturday evening. (NYPD)

Police are looking for 93-year-old Marjorie Smith. She was last seen Saturday evening. (NYPD)

SOUTH OZONE PARK, Queens — A police officer spotted a driver traveling erratically on Long Island and when he pulled her over, learned she had been reported missing from her home in Queens, some 50 miles away, authorities in Suffolk County said Monday.

Marjorie Smith, 93, was last seen about 7 p.m. Saturday at her Queens home, but she hadn’t been heard from or seen since.  She was reported missing Sunday.

In their missing person’s bulletin, police said Smith may be driving her 2010 Mercedes. And that’s just where an officer found her.

 

A Suffolk County patrol officer spotted that car driving erratically on Main Street, near Cherry Avenue, about 4:20 a.m. Monday and pulled over the driver. Behind the wheel was Smith.

Police said Smith is uninjured and has been reunited with her family.