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ISABELLA COUNTY, MI (WNEM) -

Authorities in Isabella County tell WNEM.com that Juan Romero III was been found after walking away from a group home last week.

Police said Romero, 19, could be violent and suffered from several mental disabilities. He lived at a home on East Pleasant Valley Road in Shepherd.

Romero was located at his mother's residence in Chippewa Township early Thursday morning. The young man told police he'd been living with his mom for a few days.

Romero is currently being held at the Isabella County Jail on an arrest warrant for assault.

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