GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. - Police in Goodlettsville have been searching for a 15-year-old runaway.
Authorities said Korry Anfernee Graham was last seen sometime between 11 p.m. November 3 and 8 a.m. November 4.
Reports stated he was living at the Natchez Trace Youth Academy, and his father told authorities he had been granted a weekend visit.
The father added he fell asleep while watching a movie, and when he woke up around two hours later, Graham was gone.
It was believed Graham was either in Alabama or Virginia. Reports stated his mother has lived in Virginia, and he had also been taken in for a few months by a woman in Alabama.
Authorities said Graham’s cellphone last pinged in the 2700 block of 16th Street in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Graham was last seen wearing khaki pants and a grey hoodie. He was described as having mental health issues and behavioral challenges. Reports stated he’s supposed to take medication to stabilize his mood, but he allegedly hasn’t had those since he was last seen.
Officials said his father made contact with him on Monday; however, he refused to come home.
Anyone with information has been asked to call Detective James Wells at 615-866-7465.