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Police Search For 21-Year-Old Autistic Man Last Seen in Woodside



July 22, 2015 By Michael Florio

Police are searching for a 21-year-old autistic man who went missing in Woodside on Monday.

Davion Simon was last seen on Monday inside his Broadway house at 8 pm, according to police.

Simon is autistic and cannot speak.

Simon is 5-foot-7-inches, 240 pounds, with a heavy build, light complexion, black hair, with a full mustache and beard, according to the NYPD. He was last seen wearing a brown shirt, black jeans and black sneakers.

Anyone with information is asked to call 1-800-577-TIPS.

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Sunnyside local

Seriously sick people making jokes about facial hair and saying who cares.. If your child has autism would you like him to go missing and no one to care.. Karma is a bitch. If you don’t have anything helpful to say. How about shutting your mouth

Avoid the Noid

As a mustache affeciando I take issue with the NYPD describing Mr. Simon’s mustache as full.

El loco

Celtic Bark sucks. How can you say that about that poor kid! I actually think there are enough bad things that can happen to you and I can name them!


Celtic Bark if this was someone in your family you would want people to know and have it put on the news — you truly are not a nice person at all — very self-centered to be exact and rude —


Angela and El loco – he has a right to his opinion. That’s one of the problems with this blog. People are criticized for free speech. The other is that most of the people who write in are either shut ins or morons.

Bliss St

There are not enough bad things that could happen to you. You’re a human pile of garbage.


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