Roxana police find 38-year-old man with mental health issues

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Update: Kevin Beasley has been reunited with his family.  He was located at the Chestnut facility pharmacy and due to the outpouring of media attention, he contacted his father.   Police say he is healthy and now taking his medication.  He says he wants to live life independently and on his own.

ROXANA, IL (KTVI) – Police are looking for a 38-year-old man in South Roxana.  Kevin Beasley has been missing since Saturday May 16th.  He has severe brain damage from an auto accident and mental health issues including Schizophrenia.

Beasley did not have his medications on him when he went missing.  He lives with his family on Sinclair Avenue in South Roxana, IL. They tell police that his medications help control his delusions.  He has been known to consider himself God and others Satan while in a non-medicated state.

May 25 is Kevin Beasley’s birthday.  His parents tell police that it is unusual that they have not heard from him.  They have checked area mental institutions and jails in their search for their son.

Police have listed Kevin Beasley as missing and endangered.  Please call the South Roxana Police Department if you have nay information: 618-254-4303

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