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State and federal investigators involved in case of missing Weld County woman

WELD COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) — The investigation into a missing Weld County woman entered its fourth month in May.Family and friends of Kaysey Yoder, who went missing in January, are still holding onto hope.Anna Green has known Yoder for 23 years an...

WELD COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) — The investigation into a missing Weld County woman entered its fourth month in May.

Family and friends of Kaysey Yoder, who went missing in January, are still holding onto hope.

Anna Green has known Yoder for 23 years and said the 35-year-old mother of four would not go a day without calling her or her family. Now that she has been missing for four months, authorities are calling in other agencies for help.

“It’s been a nightmare,” Green said. “It’s been the hardest thing any of us have ever had to face.”

Back in January, friends said Yoder experienced a mental health crisis before going missing near her hometown in Eaton. Four months of not hearing from her is not promising to Green.

“It means that something is way wrong,” Green said. “she would never go this long without contacting her family.”

Colorado missing woman investigation to expand

On Wednesday, investigators from Weld County Sheriff’s Office put out the word that they are getting state and federal officials involved in the case.

“I’m really grateful for the fact that they are going to expand the investigation and allow other agencies to step in and help,” Green said.

Weld County officials said they have received a number of tips but none leading to Yoder’s whereabouts, all of it made worse by what Green said are trolls online.

“It’s devastating because we’ve had a lot of scammers on Facebook and whatnot, who jump on there and say, hey, we know where Kaysey’s at. We know who has her. And really all that they’re doing is trying to exploit friends and family to get money,” Green said.

Yoder was last seen at the Ault liquor store. She stands 5 feet, 9 inches tall. Anyone with information is asked to call the Weld County Sheriff’s Office.

“You are so important to us,” Green said to her missing friend. “You are so loved and missed and needed and appreciated.”

Yoder’s family has organized a fundraiser to pay for the services of a private investigator in her case.

Grass fire burns in Yoder, pre-evacuation warning lifted

YODER, CO — Fire departments including those from Hanover, Edison, Simla, El Paso County are all responding to a grass fire near 4400 N Holtwood Rd.According to the El Paso County Sheriff's Office, a pre-evacuation warning was in place for:Those orders were lifted around 2:00 p.m. Tuesday evening. It is currently unknown how big the fire is at this time.This is a developing story. News5 will continue to update this article as we learn more.ARE YOU PREPARED FOR THE WORST, HOW TO GET EMERGENCY ALERTS IN SOU...

YODER, CO — Fire departments including those from Hanover, Edison, Simla, El Paso County are all responding to a grass fire near 4400 N Holtwood Rd.

According to the El Paso County Sheriff's Office, a pre-evacuation warning was in place for:

Those orders were lifted around 2:00 p.m. Tuesday evening. It is currently unknown how big the fire is at this time.

This is a developing story. News5 will continue to update this article as we learn more.

ARE YOU PREPARED FOR THE WORST, HOW TO GET EMERGENCY ALERTS IN SOUTHERN COLORADO?

Emergency response officials in El Paso and Teller counties are continuing to urge everyone to sign up for Peak Alerts.

Due to heavy and consistent rains, we did not see any major wildfires this summer in Southern Colorado. But it's never a bad time to have an emergency plan in place, as wildfire season is now an ever-present threat all year long in Southern Colorado.

Around Southern Colorado, there are multiple emergency notification systems in place to send warnings about any pending danger. In El Paso and Teller Counties, for example, it is called Peak Alerts.

Often times you can check your local county website to see what your county uses for emergency alerts. In Park County, for example, CodeRED is the emergency notification system.

"We've had natural disasters, we've had fires in our region. We've had floods. And the best way first responders can get to you, the best way to access the resources and the help that you need, and be made aware of the dangers, is Peak Alerts," said Sheriff Joe Roybal.

Emergency Response Officials in El Paso and Teller Counties say that they have not seen the sign-up numbers that they want and are hoping for.

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Oftentimes, emergency alert systems have certain levels of customization to notification settings giving you more customization as to what you find important. Peak Alerts allow for this, but will often by default alert on emergencies surrounding natural or man-made disasters, hazardous materials incidents, missing persons, law enforcement activity impacting the public, and evacuation notices to name a few.

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Loved ones desperate to find missing Weld County mother of 4

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to reflect how Yoder’s husband found her during her mental health crisis.EATON, Colo. (KDVR) — The Weld County Sheriff’s Office is looking into the disappearance of an Eaton woman who has been missing for nearly two months.Kaysey Yoder is a mother of four. Family and friends fear she could be in danger.She’s described as bright and energetic, but her disappearance has left her loved ones with some of their darkest days....

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to reflect how Yoder’s husband found her during her mental health crisis.

EATON, Colo. (KDVR) — The Weld County Sheriff’s Office is looking into the disappearance of an Eaton woman who has been missing for nearly two months.

Kaysey Yoder is a mother of four. Family and friends fear she could be in danger.

She’s described as bright and energetic, but her disappearance has left her loved ones with some of their darkest days.

“The hardest part is that every morning when I wake up, I have this urge to call her like I always did, and now I can’t do that,” said Anna Green, Yoder’s best friend for 23 years.

“The last time I talked with Kaysey was the morning she disappeared,” Green said. “She reached out to me at about 10:30 in the morning.”

Green told FOX31 that the day before Yoder went missing, she called in distress having a mental health crisis.

“She told me the day before she had gone and walked across the street to one of those concrete irrigation inlets and she laid down in it,” Green said. She said she was going to lay there and wait for herself to freeze to death.”

Green said Yoder called her husband who found her. She said Yoder kept saying that he rescued her.

“So in my mind, I was worried that when she went missing, she probably went somewhere to see if someone would come and find her. I told her I was going to call her later, and I never did,” Green said.

Missing Colorado mother last seen leaving home

The next day, on Jan. 14, Green’s life took a devastating turn.

“Then that afternoon at 4 p.m., she told her husband I was going to come and pick her up, but we didn’t have any plans to hang out,” she said.

Yoder was last seen leaving her home near Appy Road in Eaton. She was last seen wearing a jacket, blue jeans and black knee-high combat boots, and she was carrying a gray, green and blue athletic backpack.

“When she went walking off, her husband didn’t think anything of it. He thought I was going to come pick her up,” she said.

Yoder’s husband immediately reported her missing to the Weld County Sheriff’s Office. Since then, her loved ones have posted nearly 100 flyers in the area to find the mother of four.

“It’s also really heartbreaking, because her son is disabled — he has microcephaly — and he requires 24-hour care,” Green said. “I know he’s really missing his mom. I just pray she comes home. I pray she comes walking through the door and that she is totally fine.”

Anyone who has seen Kaysey Yoder or knows of her whereabouts is asked to call the Weld County Sheriff’s Office at 970-356-4015 or text/call the anonymous tip line at 720-712-8635.

She is 34 years old and has hazel eyes. Her hair color is platinum blonde. She weighs about 110 pounds and is 5-foot-9.

Coworkers save Colorado Springs woman’s life when she has seizure at work

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - On an ordinary Wednesday, Michele Yoder went to work, just like she always did.Little did she know: her coworkers were about to save her life.On March 1, 2023, Yoder was getting ready to grab lunch for her coworkers.“I think I said out loud, ‘I think I’m going to have a hot flash,’ and that’s literally the last thing I remember,” she recalled.And it all went black.Yoder was having a grand mal seizure, brought on by a brain tumor she never ...

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - On an ordinary Wednesday, Michele Yoder went to work, just like she always did.

Little did she know: her coworkers were about to save her life.

On March 1, 2023, Yoder was getting ready to grab lunch for her coworkers.

“I think I said out loud, ‘I think I’m going to have a hot flash,’ and that’s literally the last thing I remember,” she recalled.

And it all went black.

Yoder was having a grand mal seizure, brought on by a brain tumor she never knew she had.

“I can’t even imagine. Had [her coworker] not noticed something was wrong with me, I would have gotten in my car and driven. Like, that’s crazy to me!”

Had she gotten in her car to get lunch just a few minutes earlier, had she been anywhere else, the outcome could have been very different.

But of all places, she works at an urgent care in Colorado Springs -- exactly where she needed to be.

“They went and got the doctor ... he looked at me and said, ‘I think she’s going to have a seizure. And so they put in me in a wheelchair and rolled me to what we call ‘The Quad,’ where there’s a nurse, medic. If you’re going to have a seizure, that’s the perfect place to do it! And our nurse manager walked out. He said, ‘Yeah, she’s going to have a seizure,’” Yoder said.

“I was with a patient,” said Robert Spallone, the nurse manager at Complete Care Colorado Springs. “I heard somebody call my name. I went out and they said, ‘Rob, we need you,’ and I saw the patient in the back of the chair and they were wheeling her. I didn’t even realize it was Michele.”

The pediatric room was empty, so Yoder was wheeled in there.

“I put my stuff down and went into the room. I looked down at the wheelchair, I came alongside of her and I realized it was her. And she was actively seizing: Her eyes were rolling back in her head and her face was distorted, and I knew she was about to go into a full-blown seizure.”

Spallone scooped Yoder up out of the wheelchair to get her on the bed.

“I was literally in his arms, and i just went into a grand mal seizure,” she said.

Because she was where she was, the response was immediate. She was put on oxygen, had an IV in her arm, and a doctor by her side.

“So the guys dropped me onto the bed [laughs] -- I say dropped me! -- lifted me onto the bed, and I guess basically Dr. Colmenares was like, ‘Get an IV in her, you get one poke’ ... It was just, like, craziness. And sure enough, our medic got me in one poke, drew my labs, and so they ran all my labs, got my seizure under control, and that’s when I remember starting to wake up.

“... I could hear Dr. Colmenares talking to me. And he was telling me, ‘Michele, we’re all here, you’re going to be okay.’

“I remember my first thought was, ‘Why am I in the pediatric room?’”

Once she was stable, she was taken to the CT machine down the hall.

“And sure enough, I had a brain tumor in my frontal lobe.”

Yoder would later learn that she’d had that tumor for more than five years.

“So the guys dropped me onto the bed [laughs] -- I say dropped me! -- lifted me onto the bed, and I guess basically Dr. Colmenares was like, ‘Get an IV in her, you get one poke’ ... It was just, like, crazinessAnd sure enough, our medic got me in one poke, drew my labs, and so they ran all my labs, got my seizure under control, and that’s when I remember starting to wake up.having hot flashes, memory loss, not finding my words, they were all the repercussions of that pushing on my brain.”

Yoder tells 11 News reporter Lindsey Grewe that for years, she chalked up those symptoms to menopause.

“I thought I was having hot flashes. They were weirder than everybody else’s, but, you know, nobody’s body’s the same, so you just kind of think, ‘That’s how my body is.’” Not at all. I think had I been more expressive and talked more about what was actually happening during this time, it’s possible [doctors] may have found it [the tumor], but I don’t know.”

With the tumor confirmed, she was immediately transported to Penrose hospital.

“That’s when they were like, ‘Okay, you don’t get to stay here. You have to go. You’re going to be in the hospital for quite some time!’”

She would undergo an eight-hour brain surgery, followed by a nine-day stay in the ICU.

“It was benign, which is fantastic, but the location was the issue. It was tucked up underneath [gestures to head] and it had been pushing up against my brain for five or six years. ... Because it had grown for so long, it had gotten really big, so that’s why it was pushing so much on my brain.”

Surgeons were successful at removing the tumor.

“I went home on my 50th birthday and then spent the last three months recovering. My scar is mostly gone now -- that’s why I have my fancy haircut, and the way they shave it’s crazy -- and I have third nerve palsy, so for a very long time, I looked like this [closes right eye] and my vision is almost back to where it’s supposed to be. Three months healing from a brain tumor. They had told me, ‘Oh, there’s not going to be any pain,’ and I’m like, ‘Well, you obviously have not had one, then, because I had periods where, just horrendous pain -- your whole face.”

But all considered, her recovery is remarkable. Three months later, she’s back at work.

“Honestly, I think the outcome couldn’t have been any better,” Spallone said when asked how critical those early seconds and minutes were for her recovery. “The doctor was there, I was there, we had a tech there, the scan was immediate ... if it had happened at a grocery store or anywhere else, she could have fell, hit her head, and it could have been way worse. I’m just glad it happened just as it did. It was just a godsend.”

“Getting it under control and finding it so quickly is truly what also helped save part of my thinking, as well as my body, just the wear and tear of clenching and the dropping and the things like that,” Yoder said.

“I just thank God for the doctors. Thank God for the medical staff, because truly they knew exactly what to do at the exact right time. And they found [the tumor]! Had they not found it, who knows. The unknown is frightening and I’m just very thankful they were here.”

Below are signs and symptoms of a brain tumor, courtesy of the National Brain Tumor Society. However, Yoder says many of these symptoms, such as headaches, she never experienced. Her advice: If you’re noticing anything out of the ordinary for YOU, even if it seems minor or easy to write off, mention it to a doctor.

Often, people won’t start exhibiting symptoms until the tumor starts to grow.

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Now, we know most people don’t work in a medical facility. We asked nurse rob what you can do if someone around you has a seizure, as well as what some signs are that one may be about to occur. He explains below.

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FRIDAY: High temperatures will be mainly in the 80s and 90s. Afternoon/evening storm chances will continue too but they should be a bit more scattered in nature than yesterday. Storms develop around lunchtime and stick around for a good portion of the day. Severe weather chances should stay mainly over northern Colorado, with strong winds and large hail as the main concerns.

WEEKEND: Things are trending pretty wet for the weekend with frequent and widespread showers and storms, especially on Saturday. The severe weather risk will be on the rise once again as well, so stay tuned for more updates! Temperatures look to drop into the 80s and even 70s for some.

EARLY NEXT WEEK: There should be some more dry time, but isolated afternoon storms don’t seem to completely disappear as temperatures stick around in the 90s for highs. Tuesday could bring some more dry time for southern Colorado.

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Yoder Relieves McCall As NS Mayport CO

From StaffCapt. David J. Yoder relieved Capt. Wes McCall as commanding officer of Naval Station Mayport on Aug. 5 during a change of command ceremony held at Mayport Fitness Center. Rear Adm. Mary Jackson, Commander, Navy Region Southeast, served as guest speaker at the event.McCall is a native of Tahlequah, Oklahoma and 1990 graduate of the United States Naval Academy where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Oceanography. He was designated a Naval Aviator in November 1992 and has accumulated over 3,700 flight h...

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Capt. David J. Yoder relieved Capt. Wes McCall as commanding officer of Naval Station Mayport on Aug. 5 during a change of command ceremony held at Mayport Fitness Center. Rear Adm. Mary Jackson, Commander, Navy Region Southeast, served as guest speaker at the event.

McCall is a native of Tahlequah, Oklahoma and 1990 graduate of the United States Naval Academy where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Oceanography. He was designated a Naval Aviator in November 1992 and has accumulated over 3,700 flight hours, including 3,400 hours in the H-60 F/H.

Captain McCall's sea assignments include his initial squadron tour with the HS-4 Black Knights; Helicopter Operations Officer for Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Central Command/Commander, U.S. FIFTH Fleet in Manama, Bahrain; Administrative and Maintenance Officer with the HS-2 Golden Falcons; Executive Officer and Commanding Officer of the HS-6 Indians and Navigator onboard the USS George Washington (CVN 73) home-ported in Yokosuka, Japan.

McCall's shore assignments include Fleet Replacement Squadron Instructor Pilot, NATOPS, Standardization and with the HS-10 Warhawks and Protocol Officer for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He assumed command of Naval Station Mayport, Fla. In August 2013. During his command, Naval Station Mayport welcomed the Amphibious Readiness Group (including USS Iwo Jima, USS Fort McHenry and USS New York) and USS Lassen to Mayport as a new homeport. He ensured the smooth transition and infrastructure of NS Mayport as the LCS footprint continues to grow to over 1,500 Sailors. The base grew to include the new Littoral Support Facility, one of several facilities constructed in support of the LCS program.

Naval Station Mayport led the way in force protection by exceeding all expectations in its ability to protect the 70 tenant commands, 14 homeported ships and visiting ships hailing from countries all over the world. He successfully hosted the first East Coast visit of the People's Liberation Army Navy, along with the Japanese Navy several months later. Mayport successfully coordinated with Jacksonville Sheriff's Office and NCIS for the safety and security of multiple festivals and triathalons visited by more than 10,000 people.

His commitment to quality recreation programs for the Sailors and their families led to various events, programs and upgrades to MWR facilities as well as MWR Mayport receiving its first 5-Star Accreditation Award from Commander, Navy Installation Command.

McCall is a 2005 graduate of the College of Naval Command and Staff where he received a Master of Arts Degree in National Security and Strategic Studies and a 2013 graduate of the Joint Forces Staff College.

Yoder was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He graduated with merit from the United States Naval Academy in 1994. He received his wings of gold in June 1996 and subsequently reported to HS-1 in Jacksonville, FL for fleet replacement training in the SH60F and HH60H helicopter.

Yoder's first sea tour was with the HS-3 "Tridents", serving as Assistant Training Officer, Aviation/Armament Division Officer and Quality Assurance Officer. As a Trident, he completed deployments aboard USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67) and USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71). His next two sea tours were with CVW-1 aboard USS Enterprise (CVN-65), first as the Anti-Submarine Warfare/Combat Search and Rescue officer on the CVW-1 staff and then as a department head with the HS-11 "Dragonslayers" where he served as the Training Officer, Safety Officer, Operations Officer and Maintenance Officer. As a Dragonslayer, he was selected as the 2006 Pilot of the Year for both COMNAVAIRLANT and the Naval Helicopter Association. His most recent sea tour was as the Commanding Officer of the HSC-7 "Dusty Dogs" assigned to CVW-3 aboard USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75).

Assignments ashore include duty as a Seahawk Weapons and Tactics Instructor at the COMHSWINGLANT Weapons Training Unit, a Joint Exercise Planning Officer at Special Operations Command - Pacific, and most recently as the Deputy Director of United States Special Operations Command's International Engagement Program.

He earned a Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering from the United States Naval Academy and a Master of Science in National Resource Strategy with a focus in Long Term Strategy from National Defense University's Eisenhower School.

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