A concerned Reed called Cagg, who contacted police. Officers took Logsdon to a mental-health facility, where he was evaluated and released within a few hours, his sister said. The facility sent him home with a cab voucher and a list of resources.Unfortunately, the link is broken, and multiple attempts to find the article through the Kansas City Star website or elsewhere have been unsuccessful. I have the entire article; I just need the author's name and article title.
“We just seriously need to look at our system and how we deal with people as seriously deranged as my brother,” Cagg said.
UPDATE: Never mind, I purchased the articles online from the Star.