Police identify man pulled from Kalamazoo River

ALLEGAN, MICH. - UPDATE: Police in Allegan County have identified the man pulled from the Kalamazoo River on Monday July 3, 2017 as 56-year-old William Marshall. 

An autopsy was performed on July 4, early results indicate the cause of death is drowning. They are still waiting for the lab results.

 

ORIGINAL: The Allegan County Sheriff's Dive/Rescue and Recovery Team has pulled the body of a man out of the Kalamazoo River in the City of Allegan.

The victim was discovered by boaters around 8:45 p.m. June 3, 2017. Officers met with the witnesses who led them to the location where they found the body.

Deputies say the victim is a white man believed to be in his 60s. Allegan officers believe he is a local man, and are working to confirm his identity and notify family members.

The medical examiner’s office will need to determine an exact cause of death, but deputies say there weren't any significant visible injury.

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