By: Leah Uko
OMAHA (KPTM) – Pastor Jocelyn Foster has spent the last 48 hours driving around Omaha looking for her mentally, disabled son who, she said, went missing Saturday.
"That first night I had about one a half hour of sleep. As a mother, you know, you're not going to sleep," Foster said.
Foster said 39-year-old Kacasha Station also has severe diabetes and needs to take insulin medicine daily. She feared his mental and physical conditions, along with Monday's hot weather put his life at risk.
"At this point it's very critical. It's very critical that we find him," Pastor Foster said as she drove past 72nd and Crown Pointe.
Foster said Station is 5'8" and weighs about 160-170 lbs. She said he was last seen near 63rd and Curtis streets wearing shorts and a light blue shirt.
She told FOX 42 News, he might be stumbling or a little shaky because his blood sugar levels are off. She stressed that he is ill, not dangerous and that if spotted, for people to call the police so he can get home.
"if you recognize him, that would be what's wrong with him. Don't take it for granted that it's someone on dope. But he is very ill."
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