UPDATE: Missing Man Found In Corbin

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Updated: 6/03 6:47 am
The man who Lexington Police called dangerous less than a week ago has been found.

State Police confirmed that James Caldwell, 36, was picked up in Corbin.

Troopers did not release specifics on the circumstances, but said Caldwell was taken to a medical facility in Corbin.

He had been missing since last Tuesday.

Police were concerned that he might hurt himself or others because of mental health issues.

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