Kenny Anglemyer went missing around 9 p.m. last night in Natick near the Framingham border.
Kenny Anglemyer, 15, has been missing for more than 24 hours after running off from the Brandon School & Residential Treatment Center, located at 27 Winter St., Natick. Anglemyer suffers from mental illness and requires medication, which he does not have with him. He was last seen running through the woods behind Brandon School. Anglemyer has been known to wander along Rt. 9. Anglemyer is about 5'10" and was last seen with a blond beard. If you see him, contact the Natick Police Department at 508-647-9500.
The conference, held in Lowell on Monday, was the first step in an effort by local and national law enforcement officials to combat premature deaths from mental health issues by corrections officers throughout the country.
Hundreds of law enforcement officials came to Lowell on Monday as part of a first effort to help address mental and occupational health issues faced by corrections officers across the country. Spearheaded by Middlesex County Sheriff Peter Koutoujian and the National Sheriffs’ Association, hopes were high that the information exchanged during the gathering can help build greater awareness on a profession that sees 39 percent more suicides than any other job in the United States. “For almost two years, today has been a dream of mine,” said Koutoujian, who worked on suicide prevention legislation while chairing Massachusetts House of Representatives’ Committee on Healthcare from 2003 to 2005. “Now we can begin a national discussion that needs…