Update: The Summit County Sheriff's Office is reporting that missing 2-year-old Kaven Fisher was found safe.
According to Sheriff's Inspector Bill Holland, Kaven was asleep inside of a car parked in the neighbor's garage.
As of a 9 a.m. briefing, Inspector Holland said that Kaven was being checked out, but appears to be OK.
Summit County Sheriff's Inspector Bill Holland provided an update to the media early in the 8 a.m. hour Monday, saying that well over one hundred law enforcement and fire personnel are involved in the search for missing 2-year-old Kaven Fisher.
In his briefing, Inspector Holland suggested that area residents assist law enforcement by searching their own properties, including inside their own homes, noting that there have been cases where a child has gotten into a home without the homeowner knowing.
As of the 8 a.m. press briefing, Inspector Holland said that the search radius was about a mile, but will expand beyond that as the morning goes on.
The Summit County Sheriff's Office is reporting a missing 2-year-old autistic boy from the City of Green, near Clinton, OH.
Reports from Channel 8 News are that Kaven Fisher went to bed at his home about 9:30 Sunday night.
His parents called 911 when they checked his room about 1:30 this morning and he was not in his room and that a door to the home was open. Kaven was reportedly last wearing a gray shirt and red shorts. Kaven is listed at 55 pounds, about 43 inches tall, black hair, and brown eyes.
According to the press release from the Sheriff's Office, in addition to having autism, Kaven is non-verbal.
The search is ongoing, reportedly in the area of the Nimisila Reservoir near Killinger and Chistman Roads.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Summit County Sheriff's Office at 330-643-2181.