I agree that you should call animal control to see if the dogs are there, if you have any interest in caring for them. The wife might be talked by animal control into releasing them to you (at least the little one with epilepsy), so that you could foster it until a suitable home can be found. An epileptic dog will not do well in the pandemonium of a shelter environment.
I'm going to call them tomorrow. She is so tiny, she is a very small boston terrier. We don't have an animal control in town, so I don't know how it works. I hope they are okay. They are both good dogs and don't deserve to be passed around. I tried twice to get them Friday night going into Saturday. The police probably thought I was crazy because I was up pretty much all night with my stomach in knots. There was nothing I could do for either of the people, but I could help with the dogs. Technically I could even keep them in the apartment upstairs until its emptied by whoever is emptying it, so that they aren't with my dogs. I'm sure I could get them homes or into a nice rescue.
Misty- Samoyed Mix, Tannor- Golden Retriever CGC
Robyn- GSD CGC, TC, Midnite-GSD CGC,TC, Brennan-Golden Retriever CGC, Batman-Husky/Greyhound , Apollo-GSD