FARMINGTON -- Rescue workers found a man who'd been lost in the Grand River Wildlife Area in Trumbull County. He was unharmed.
The man, who had been in the woods since Thursday morning, was found around 1:50 p.m. Friday.
According to reports from the Trumbull County sheriff's office, Marvin Reighard, 64, failed to return home Thursday.
His wife notified officials that he was missing around 10:30 a.m. Friday.
A short time later, officials located Reighard's 1994 Chevy truck parked near a sign for the Grand River Rifle Range in the Hoffman Norton lot on State Road. After authorities called in search teams complete with dogs, a helicopter and a thermal imaging device, Reighard was located.
He was transported to Geauga Regional Hospital in Chardon, where he was treated and released.
Sheriff's department officials on duty Friday evening didn't know why Reighard had entered the woods, but wild turkey season is under way in Ohio. Sheriff reports also didn't indicate where Reighard lives.