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Missing California Man Found Safe near Drain, Oregon
Sergeant Steve Mitchell
Oregon State Police - Roseburg
(541) 440-3347

Photograph link valid for 30 days - Source: Ensley Family
A missing 42-year old California man was found safe Sunday after he contacted a Drain-area residence wet, cold and confused. The resident noted similarities the man had with media reports issued November 13th after Oregon State Police (OSP) and local law enforcement agencies started looking for him. An OSP trooper is transporting the man to Mercy Medical Center in Roseburg for a medical evaluation. Family and the reporting Sonoma County, California law enforcement agencies are being notified.
JEFFREY ANDREW ENSLEY, age 42, from Santa Rosa, California was reported to be on foot in the area of Interstate 5 east of Drain on November 13, 2009 at approximately 11:00 a.m. An OSP trooper located a 1991 Honda four-door believed to be associated with ENSLEY near milepost 160. Troopers and deputies have been on the lookout for ENSLEY and news releases were sent to help locate him.
On November 15, 2009 at approximately 12:30 p.m. OSP Southern Command Center dispatch was notified by Douglas County Sheriff's Office of a report that a man matching ENLSEY's description had approached a woman at a residence in the 3900 block of Umpqua Highway. The woman called Douglas County 9-1-1 thinking the missing man was at her home.  A deputy and trooper responded and confirmed it was ENSLEY.