KENOSHA, WI. (THECOUNT) — The body of Indian Trail High School senior, Donovan Anderson, has been located in Lake Michigan Wednesday after the teen was swept into the lake at Kenosha’s North Pier last week, a family spokesperson confirmed Thursday night.
Anderson, 17, disappeared after jumping off the north pier last week to take a picture. He was swept away by the Lake Michigan currents.
Family and friends gathered Thursday for a prayer service and to remember Donovan. They said their focus now is on remembering him, while others say they want to prevent another tragedy. Continue reading
MILFORD, CT. (THECOUNT) — Milford man, Gregory Wilson, has been identified as the body found in a Milford waterway Friday, in the area of Point Beach.
“Greg” Wilson, 57, was identified as the body of a man who pulled from the water on Friday afternoon.
First responders arrived around 3 p.m. on reports of a body floating in the Point Beach area.
Police said bystanders managed to pull the man to dry ground and initiated CPR.
Milford CT PD via Twitter:
The male rescued from the water earlier today has passed away while being treated at an area hospital. His body will be transported to the M.E. Office in the morning. Detectives are currently working to notifying his next of kin as they continue their investigation. Continue reading
Tellico Village Fire and Rescue say they are “reasonably confident” that a body they located on the shore of Tellico Lake, TN., is that of Michael Carnock.
Carnock, 55, was reported missing weeks ago after going swimming on May 15 and never resurfacing.
After weeks of searching, authorities believe they have found the body of a missing Maryland man that disappeared while swimming at the Tellico Lake. Authorities said the body was found floating near a shoreline wearing a wet suit and will need to positively identify it before releasing a final statement on Carnock. Continue reading
Human remains that were found buried in the backyard of a Long Beach home have been identified as Zach Kennedy, a man reported missing in October 2017, authorities announced Wednesday.
Kennedy, 32, was last seen alive at a home located in the 500 block of W. Eighth Street. Police later obtained a search warrant for the property.
Human remains found shortly after an excavation began were later determined to be Kennedy.
The cause of death has not been determined, police said in a Wednesday statement.
No arrests have been made in the case. Continue reading
Abigail Elizabeth Huston has been named as the Michigan woman arrested after being caught reportedly “huffing Dust-Off” in the women’s bathroom at Costco located on Telegraph Road in Bloomfield Township.
Huston, 18, was arrested for Retail Fraud and Inhalation of Chemical Agents after she was observed by an employee while engaged in suspicious activity in the bathroom.
Police say the manager discovered the suspect, Abigail Elizabeth Huston, “huffing” a can of Dust-Off that was taken off the store shelf. She was escorted to the loss prevention office, where she confessed to the theft of the Dust-Off. Continue reading
Leisa Ann Blackburn Stewart, the Dallas, Ore., woman reported missing, has been located dead.
Dallas police officers say they found Stewart lifeless on Wednesday in Tillamook County, almost a day after she was reported missing.
Stewart, 53, was reported missing Tuesday around 6:30 a.m.
Officials haven’t specified a cause of death, however, they do not believe a criminal act factored in her death.
A family member posted a missing persons alert for Stewart on Facebook yesterday:
Police officers are searching for 7-year-old girl Laura Johnson, who was last seen on Clearwater Beach.
Johnson was last seen in the bathing suit (pictured below) around noon Sunday north of Pier 60 on the beach.
Clearwater police released a photo of Johnson showing the bathing suit she is currently wearing, which has a floral design. Continue reading
Missing Pennsylvania State University student Charles Cudlipp was found dead at his off-campus apartment Monday morning
Cudlipp, 25, was located lifeless at his Happy Valley Motor Inn apartment by his parents who were performing a welfare check.
Authorities do not suspect foul play.
The Centre County coroner says an autopsy was scheduled for Tuesday night.
The university said in a statement Cudlipp was a chemical engineering major from Gibsonia, Pennsylvania. He was expected to graduate in summer 2018.
“We were saddened to learn of the passing of Charles Cudlipp,” Penn State said in a statement. “Charles was a chemical engineering major from Gibsonia, Pennsylvania, expected to graduate in summer 2018. Our deepest sympathies go out to Charles’ family and friends during this difficult time. Staff from our Office of Student Affairs are reaching out to his family to offer any and all necessary support. Counseling services are available for campus community members to help them cope with this tragic loss.”
A body found in the Ohio River has been identified Raymond Devries, the man who walked away from Allegheny General Hospital Thursday hours after being treated for symptoms of a possible stroke. He was reported missing the next day.
The family of Devries, 71, confirmed to local news outlets that his body was found in the river.
Allegheny County police tell Channel 11 river workers on a barge found the body of a man floating on the river in Stowe Township just north of the McKees Rocks Bridge around 10:30 a.m. Monday. The body was removed from the river by Pittsburgh police river rescue and transported to the North Shore. Continue reading
The family of a 21-year-old California woman who has been missing for nearly three weeks, is asking for the public’s help in locating her.
Valentina Lore was last spotted March 3 in the Chinatown area of Los Angeles, California.
Lore is described as a white female who is five feet tall and weighs around 110 lbs. Police say she suffers from Crohn’s disease, which causes inflammation in the digestive tract. Continue reading