Gould Farm resident goes missing


MONTEREY -- A resident of Gould Farm remains missing nearly two days after possibly hiking in Great Barrington.

Alexander Dickey, 28, was last seen on Main Street in Great Barrington around 1:40 p.m., according to Monterey police. Based on Dickey's last call from his cellphone, Sgt. Michael Johnson says the avid hiker was apparently in the area of East Mountain/East Rock trail of Quarry Street in Great Barrington later that afternoon.

Dickey is described as being 5 feet 10 inches tall, 140-145 pounds with brown hair, blue eyes and wearing glasses. The New Hampshire native is currently a client at Gould Farm off Route 23. The working farm provides psycho-social rehabilitation in a noninstitutional environment for adults coping with mental health conditions, according to the nonprofit's website.

Anyone who has come in contact with Dickey is asked to call Monterey police at (413) 528-3211.


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