LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A judge has appointed one of Casey Kasem's daughters as his temporary conservator after expressing concerns about the safety and whereabouts of the ailing radio personality.
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Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Daniel S. Murphy said Monday that he was worried about Kasem's well-being after an attorney for Kasem's wife said he didn't know where the former radio host is.
Attorney Craig Marcus said Monday that 82-year-old Casey Kasem, who suffers from Parkinson's disease, had been removed from the country but didn't know his whereabouts.
Murphy ordered a court investigator and adult protective services to find Kasem.
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Kasem's daughter Kerri was appointed his temporary conservator. Her attorney, Troy Martin, said the family believes Kasem has been taken to an Indian reservation.