UPDATE: Troopers identify body pulled from Neuse River, search continues for second person
CRAVEN COUNTY, N.C. (WITN) - The Highway Patrol has identified the body of a woman pulled from the Neuse River along with a car on Monday.
Sgt. Heather Johnson tells WITN that the body of Shenethia Daniels, 40, of Greenville was recovered.
Troopers responded on Monday to the Spring Garden Boat Ramp on Northwest Craven Middle School Road on Monday after a car was found in the Neuse River. The car as well as Daniels were both removed that same day.
The Highway Patrol said that family of Daniels reached out to law enforcement after she and another person had not returned to Greenville from a trip to New Bern. Troopers believe that the two had left a New Bern bar prior to the discovery of Daniels’ body and the vehicle in the Neuse River.
A search continues at the boat ramp for a second person.
Troopers said the investigation is ongoing but tell WITN that no foul play is suspected at this time.
An investigation is underway in Craven County after a car and a body are pulled from the Neuse River.
The North Carolina Highway Patrol said that it responded on Monday to the Spring Garden Boat Ramp on Northwest Craven Middle School Road to assist emergency management with a vehicle found in the river.
Troopers said that a car as well as a body were pulled from the water.
Crews are currently at the the boat ramp continuing to search the water. A drone operator could be seen looking over the waterway.
We’re told that the family of that person has been notified and that a search for a possible second person is still ongoing.
We asked who the investigating agency is for this case, but the Highway Patrol said that is still being determined.
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