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Missing Taylorsville boy has been found
First Published Mar 03 2014 09:27 pm • Last Updated Mar 04 2014 09:25 am

A 12-year-old Taylorsville boy who disappeared was found Monday night after police launched a search.

Damion Swann, 12, was found at a skate park after Unified Police asked for the public’s help to find him, said Lt. Justin Hoyal. The boy is developmentally disabled and had been missing since 4 p.m., when friends saw him walking near 4100 South and Redwood Road.

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Swann was in good condition, Hoyal said.




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