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Missing teen found safe

By Shara Park and Andrew Adams | Posted - Jul. 30, 2012 at 6:46 a.m.



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TAYLOSRVILLE — A teenager who was the subject of an endangered missing advisory has been found safe.

The Unified Police Department issued the advisory Sunday for 15-year-old Olivia Graham, who had not been seen since Saturday night.

Police received a call around 5 a.m. from someone who saw the girl walking down a street in her neighborhood, which is in the area of 1800 West and 5000 South. Officers responded and located her. In a news release they said she is in good condition and was being medically evaluated before being reunited with her mother.

Graham left home Saturday at around 2 p.m. after getting into an argument with her mother. She took several of her belongings with her.

Graham has several mental disabilities which require medication. In issuing the advisory, police said she functions at roughly a 9-year- old level and due to her condition and not being medicated for over 24 hours, it was possible for her to become violent and put herself and others in danger.

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