UPDATE: Autistic Bibb County man found

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – An autistic man who went missing for the second time in a month has been found and is alive and well.

Bibb County Sheriff’s deputies found 22-year-old Christopher Michael Beasley Saturday just before midnight near the intersection of Anthony Road and Key Street. Beasley was transported to Medical Center, Navicent Health and was released to his sister after being found to be in good condition.

No charges were filed, according to the sheriff’s office.


MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Bibb County Sheriff’s deputies are searching for an autistic man who also suffers from depression, ADHD and has a bi-polar disorder.

22-year-old Christopher Michael Beasley was last seen Thursday around 10 a.m. by his caretaker, according to Lt. Randy Gonzalez with the sheriff’s office.

Beasley has gone missing from his Rocky Creek Road home before, on January 29. However, he returned three days later after he saw himself on the news, according to Gonzalez.

“He is a white male, around five feet six inches tall and weighs approximately 133 pounds,” Gonzalez added.

Beasley was last seen wearing a black leather coat with white stripes on the sleeves and blue jeans. Anyone with information on where deputies can locate Beasley is asked to call the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office at 478-751-7500.

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