Port Orange Man Suffering From Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder Reported Missing

By on April 3, 2018 in WNDB News

Port Orange, FL – The Port Orange Police Department is asking for the public’s help as they search for a local man who suffers from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.

Edward Tod Wakeman was reported as missing on April 2 by his wife, Annamarie Wakeman, who told authorities she’s concerned about his wellbeing after his recent erratic behavior. Annamarie said Tod’s condition has been deteriorating recently and he had been showing symptoms for the past two days.

Tod reportedly left his home at 7:15 AM on April 2. According to the POPD, before he left, Tod was telling the voices in his head that he needed to leave. His debit card was used in Jacksonville at 8:28 AM that day, in Fort Pierce at 12:40 PM, and most recently in Naples at 8:14 PM.

Annamarie says her husband does not have his medication and he left his cell phone at home. Police believe Tod is driving his white 2001 Ford Ranger extended cab with FL tag 063LXC. The truck has a Miami Dolphins sticker on the back window.

Tod has been entered into FCIC/NCIC as missing and disabled and a statewide BOLO has been issued. He’s described as a white man, about 6’2″ and 240 lbs. He has brown eyes and black hair and is 39-years-old.

(Edward Tod Wakeman’s photo courtesy POPD)

Copyright Southern Stone Communications 2018.


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