3 3 Also in Saint Johns County... we are waiting for deputies to identify the body found in a retention pond yesterday. They believe it's 85-year-old Twila Joyner, who suffers from Alzheimer's Disease. Deputies say she hasn't been seen since she wandered from her home over the weekend. Unfortunately, it's a scenario we've heard before. Now there maybe relief in sight. Channel 4's Ashley Mitchem introduces us to a program that can help you keep track of your elderly loved ones. 3 3 00-0614-2021-27 1:23 -1:30We stopped by the home of 85-year- old Twila Joyner, to offer our condolences, but they were not ready to talk.Deputies say Joyner disappeared from her home on Saturday.They also say Joyner had Alzheimer's disease and was known to wander.SU: 52:07 St. Johns County says they have a way to help find your loved one if they go missing it's with a program called safe trackSgt. Catherine Payne, St. Johns County Sheriff's Office 43:45 it's for those individuals who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's Autism or DementiaSafe Trak is a tracking device worn on the wrist or ankle that allows deputies to track a person within a two-mile radius.43:51 Once we receive the call as law enforcement that the individual has wandered off or disappeared we immediately with trained personnel respond to the area with the tracking equipment Here's how Safe Trak works Police will respond the last place the person was seen and then they will activate the tracker 50:32 All along the signal is getting stronger and the audible is also getting stronger and the closer you get the louder it gets until you find the person that is wearing the device) To participate in the program, the person must have a condition that causes wandering.Initial cost for the transmitter is $250.The Sheriff's Office will help introduce the tracker to the loved one if needed.45:04 Our victim advocates are trained to go in and talk to the individuals that are actually wearing the device to make sure to make them understand and aware of what the device is If you want your loved one in the Safe Trak program go to news4jax.com AM C4 TLS.