Two people who wandered away from home were assisted by deputies with the Cherokee Sheriff's Office over the weekend.
Two senior citizens — one of which was the subject of a Mattie's Call in Roswell — were found near Woodstock.
At around 2 a.m. Saturday, deputies discovered an elderly woman standing near a car in the parking lot of a gas station at the corner of Arnold Mill and Trickum roads in Woodstock.
Deputies noted the woman, 76, "appeared confused and lost," according to a press release from the sheriff's office. The woman was Marilyn Joy Stratton, the Roswell woman who went missing from her home early Friday afternoon.
A detective with the Roswell Police Department arrived on the scene and reunited the woman with her husband.
On Sunday, deputies were dispatched to a suspicious person call on East Cherokee Drive near Old Highway 5 just outside of Woodstock.
The deputy responding immediately recognized the 82-year-old man as one of the Cherokee Sheriff's Office's Project Lifesaver participants.
"The elderly man had just wandered away from his home and had not been reported missing," Spokesperson Lt. Jay Baker said in the news release, adding the man was reunited with his family.
The sheriff's office's Project Lifesaver program is for Cherokee residents who suffer from Alzheimer's Disease, dementia, Down's Syndrome or Autism.
Residents register their information with the sheriff's office and are given a small bracelet, which transmit a radio signal. The bracelets are used to help rescuers locate a person if they go missing or become lost.
For more information about Project Lifesaver, call Renee Cornelison at (678) 493-4033.