"Please. Without insulin he WILL die".
Closer to home, neighbors in Neptune Beach still living in the shadows of police lights.
A reporter saw investigators with buckets and sifters in the yard Thursday evening; the public would find out the next day what they were for.
Logan Mott, 15, was last seen in the area of the 400 block of Seagate Avenue in Neptune Beach.
Neptune Beach Police and the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, where Mott's father works as a corrections officer, launched an investigation.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Logan Mott is asked to contact the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office at 904-630-0500 or 911.
Authorities have yet to say what may have led to the teen's possible involvement, directly or indirectly with his grandmother death and whether there had been prior episodes between grandmother and grandson?
A body believed to be of the grandmother was found on Friday.
So Logan as still being sought.
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They also said they hoped to speak to him to try to piece together the chain of events.
Ahead of his capture, police warned that the teen was likely armed and unsafe.
Eyewitness News is working to get more details on the story. "He is likely scared, alone and deeply confused".
Campbell-Mott said a sheriff's detective will fly to meet Logan on Saturday.
'I love you. Please call me.
That night, less than an hour before midnight, the sheriff's office announced that Logan had been found.
He was detained by border patrol agents in Buffalo, New York while he tried to cross over in Canada. A warrant was issued for his arrest on charges of auto theft.
Logan's mother did not know the identity of the body when she spoke to Action News Jax.
"So it's just baffling", Carrie Campbell-Mott said.