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14-year-old with autism who disappeared from Shivli in Texas; suspect in custody

14-year-old with autism who went missing from Shivli, found in Texas

A 14-year-old with autism who went missing from Shivli more than a week ago has been found in Texas and a suspect has been taken into custody. According to Shivalee Police, Kerry Brooks was found by the police department in Austin late Monday night. From the family of Brooks in the above player. Shivli police said they were investigating how Kerry got to Austin and who may have helped him get there. Police in Austin said a suspect had been taken into custody there, but did not give their names or details. We have been told that criminal charges are likely to be made in this case. This investigation is open and ongoing and it is a multi-sectoral case and to protect the integrity of this investigation, Shivali police said they would not release any additional information for now. A Facebook page dedicated to his discovery posted this: “Everyone, I’m very pleased to announce to all of you that Kerry was found safe tonight by an officer in Texas. We don’t know much at this time. It has shown us the power of social media. When a community comes together, change happens. It has also shown us the power of prayer. God fights for us,” reads the post on the “Bring Home Kerry Brooks” Facebook page Brooks’ family says he is unusually outgoing and trusting of strangers—a trait his family fears may have led to his disappearance. His aunt, Brittany Blevins. If he sees anything, he’s like, ‘Oh, let me be a part of that.'” Brooks was last seen around 3 p.m. on December 19, when he told his family he was from Rockford. was walking from his Shivly home. Lane was taken to a nearby nursing home, where he often visited to talk to residents. He never showed up at the nursing home, Blevins said.

A 14-year-old with autism who went missing from Shivli more than a week ago has been found in Texas and a suspect has been detained.

According to Shivali Police, Kerry Brooks was found late Monday night by the police department there in Austin.

Hear from Brooks’ family in the player above.

Shivli police said they were investigating how Kerry got to Austin and who may have helped him get there. Police in Austin said a suspect had been taken into custody there, but did not provide any names or further details about him.

We have been told that there is a possibility of criminal charges in this case.

This investigation is open and ongoing and is a multi-sectoral affair and to protect the integrity of this investigation, Shivli police said that they will not release any additional information for now.

A Facebook page dedicated to his discovery posted this:

“Everyone, I’m very pleased to announce to you all that Kerry was found safe tonight by an officer in Texas. We don’t know much at this time. It has shown us the power of social media.” When a community comes together, change happens. It has also shown us the power of prayer. Lord fights for us,” reads the post on the “Bring Home Kerry Brooks” Facebook page.

Brooks’ family says he is unusually outgoing and trusts strangers – a trait his family feared may have caused his disappearance.

“They absolutely lack boundaries, so there’s no regard for them that someone can’t have their best interests at heart,” said their aunt Brittany Blevins. “And if he sees anything, he’s like, ‘Oh, let me be a part of that.'”

Brooks was last seen on December 19, around 3 p.m., when he told his family that he was walking from Rockford Lane to his Shivley House to a nearby nursing home, where he often visited to talk to residents. .

He never showed up at the nursing home, Blevins said.

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