The search also involved an Ohio State Highway Patrol helicopter.
Perel’s cause and manner of death have not been determined, Harshbarger stated.
The Dayton Daily News has requested additional records from Trotwood police and is seeking comment from Maria-Joseph Nursing & Rehabilitation Center.
Maria-Joseph has 280 licensed beds, and the most recent federal data reports it has an average of 265 residents per day living there, making it one of the largest facilities in the Dayton region.
It has two star rating, out of five possible stars, according to U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid, which rates all nursing homes on a scale of one to five.
The 4830 Salem Ave. community has slightly below average staffing levels, according to U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid.
At its last standard inspection, which was in January, it had 11 citations for minor issues, all of which were considered addressed and fixed by early March.
It has four out of five stars for its “quality of resident care” rating, with high marks for both long-term and short-stay resident care.