Missing Port Orchard man reported safe

Nathaniel Charles G. Davis, 28, reported as a missing person by his family on Feb. 21, has been removed from the FBI National Crime Information Center (NCIC) computer records as being missing — endangered.

Davis’ family notified authorities, earlier today, that they had been in contact with Davis and he is safe and unharmed.

He was reported missing Feb. 21.

According to Deputy Scott Wilson, department spokesman, Davis was last seen at his mother’s residence in the 4000 block of Madrona Drive SE on Feb. 13.

Wilson said that Davis has been diagnosed with Asperger syndrome, an autism  spectrum disorder, and has recently displayed signs of paranoia.

During 2010, 692,944 missing person records were entered into NCIC, a decrease of 3.7 percent from the 719,558 records entered in 2009. Missing person records cleared or canceled during the same period totaled 703,316.

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