LITTLE ROCK, AR. (THECOUNT) — Patrick Larry, the Arkansas National Guard reported missing on Saturday night, has been identified as a body found in the Little Rock Arkansas River on Monday, June 21.

The body of Larry, 30, was recovered after he was reported missing by his wife and friends after they said they were all enjoying a night out near the water over the weekend.


According to reports, Larry walked into the woods behind them and never returned, according to reports. They added it’s not like him to just get up and walk away.

Larry used to be a firefighter for Stuttgart, he’s Red Cross trained and certified in lifeguarding and serves with the Arkansas National Guard, according to THV11.

Nicki Dailey-Larry, Patrick’s wife, said his friend called her Saturday night to report him missing.

“He just told me that he walked off, said he’d be back and Adam was continuing to load up the boat and he realized about 20-25 minutes later that Pat hadn’t come back. So he started looking for him,” Nicki said.

She started contacted other family members to let them know.

“When he had walked off, he left his phone sitting on the sandbar with Adam. Like he left everything like he was coming right back,” she said.

A cause of death was not provided as of Wednesday.


Geo quick facts: Little Rock, the capital of Arkansas, is a city on the Arkansas River. It’s home to the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum, with exhibits including a replica of the Oval Office and presidential artifacts. In an 1800s Greek Revival building, the Old State House Museum traces Arkansas history. MacArthur Park has a pond, plus the Arkansas Arts Center, known for its large collection of drawings – wikipedia.

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