SAN TAN VALLEY, AZ - The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office says a teen who's new to Arizona and had been missing for several days has been found safe.
Sixteen-year-old Kevin Fleming Jr. was located at a friend's house in San Tan Valley on Thursday.
Fleming was last seen leaving his San Tan Valley home on April 25th. Fleming’s parents called PCSO that day to report their son had run away.
Fleming had not been active on social media, and he did not have a cell phone with him when he left his house.
Fleming’s parents were concerned about his well-being because he is home-schooled and he is unfamiliar with the Valley.
The teen recently moved to Arizona with his parents because his father transferred to the Valley for work. PCSO says Fleming has not adjusted well to his new location and has become depressed.
Officials say he was found in good health.
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