Missing Otsego County Man Found Alive, Safe - Northern Michigan's News Leader

Missing Otsego County Man Found Alive, Safe

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UPDATE: An Otsego County man, who went missing Saturday night, has been found alive.

38-year-old Carl Edward Schaub of Vanderbilt, drove off in his pickup truck from his home Saturday night, and had not been seen since or heard from since.

The Sheriff's Department tells 9&10 News that he was taken to the hospital to be checked out, but right now details are limited.

We are work to get more details on the case from police and will bring you the latest information as we get it.

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Otsego County authorities are looking for a man described as a missing, endangered person.

Carl Edward Schaub is described as 5 Feet 9 Inches tall, with brown hair and brown eyes. 

He was wearing blue jeans with a button up, blue plaid shirt and brown loafer style shoes.

He also has a Champion Pullover with black and white stripes down the sleeves.

Schaub's truck is a Gold 1999 Chevy, Extended Cab Pickup with heavy rust along the bottom.

Anyone with information on him or his truck should call the Otsego County Sheriff's Tip Line, at 1-989-731-7284.

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