Man With Brain Injury Missing In Waterford

WATERFORD (WWJ) – Police and family members are looking for the public’s help to find a young man who went missing Sunday night in Waterford.

Staff members at the Eisenhower Place Adult Care Facility in Ann Arbor told police that 22-year-old Marquace Janka was driven to the Cooley Lake and Malcolm Dr. area of Waterford for a supervised family visit.

While waiting in a parking lot for family members to arrive, Janka jumped out of the car and ran.

Waterford Police Sgt.William Dolehanty said Janka suffers from a traumatic brain injury from a prior accident.

“One major thing is he’s without his medication, and the guardian is concerned about that. It could be bad for his welfare if he goes too long without his medication,” Dolehanty said.

Janka, pictured at left, is five feet, five inches tall and weighs 130 pounds.  He was last seen wearing blue jeans and a black, green and brown camouflage-print hoodie sweatshirt.

Anyone who may have seen Janka is asked to call Janka the Waterford Police Department at 248-674-0351.


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