Join CafeMom Today! Autism Amber Alert: Rest in peace, Brian Kite
AMBER Alerts are distributed via commercial radio stations, satellite radio, television stations, and cable TV by the Emergency Alert System and NOAA Weather Radio for child abductions only! Children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder are NOT included in the criteria for issuing an Amber Alert. This really needs to change.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Rest in peace, Brian Kite

WOODBURY, Tenn. – A missing, autistic teenager has been found dead in Cannon County.

Cannon County officials said 18-year-old Brian Kite's body was found around 3 p.m. Monday in Stones River.

Kite was last seen on the night of October 8 at his home in Cannon County. He was planning on going to the homecoming game.

Investigators said he had texted his mom that night. His mom texted him back, but Brian never replied after that.

Officials believe that he had been deceased for some time. The investigation is still underway into how he died.

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