Update 9:15 am:
A spokesperson with the Blount County Sheriff's Office confirmed that Darion Breeden, 18, has been found and is fine.
The Blount County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help to locate a missing teen who has a mental disability.
Darion Breeden, 18, was last seen at his sister's home on Hutton Ridge Road last Friday around 2 pm.
The sheriff said that Darion has the mental capability of a 14-year-old, and his family is worried about his safety and welfare.
Darion has tattoos of the letters "LRH" across his collarbone, and a large eagle with spread wings across his back. He was last seen wearing a camouflage shirt, khaki pants, and hiking boots, but often doesn't wear a shirt.
When Darion has gone missing in the past, he's been found in the Tremont or Elkmont areas in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
If you have any nformation about Darion's whereabouts, or have seen or spoken to him since August 22nd, please call the Blount County Sheriff's Office during normal business hours at (865)273-5001. You can leave an anonymous tip on the 24 hour Crimeline at (865)273-5200, or you may leave a tip on our Text-a-Tip link at www.bcso.com.