Search Efforts Still Underway for Missing Boater

Posted on Monday, September 10th, 2018 at 12:03 PM

The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is continuing search efforts for the last missing boater after a collision that occurred on September 1st in Topock. Searchers are focusing on top water and shore line searches down river near Lake Havasu. Please be aware of law enforcement vessels in your area and use caution while searches are being conducted.



4 comments on “Search Efforts Still Underway for Missing Boater”

  1. Tammy Reply

    With 9/11 just being some few hours away i will keep Raegan in my prayers and my Heart as i fly my Flag at Half Staff, for those we have lost and for Raegan to be found. I cant even imagine what the family could be going thru. And for those that have been diligently working on trying to locate her God Bless You All.

  2. Heather Guilin Reply

    Tammy, whomever. 9/11 was tragic
    in ways that none of us will begin to understand. Even if we know people that were there or that we will never truly understand..Posted an honorary video to our first responders at about midnight. I am not sure what kind of Eagle you are coming from and I certainly do not ever attempt to engage in controversial situations but it seems like you are taking away from the fact that our First Responders and search and rescue and sheriff’s department and Aurora Police Department are working tirelessly to find this woman for 9:11. In my opinion you are completely disrespect disrespecting her family and her loved ones and all the work our people are doing in our community in our County. If I have you wrong, I apologize. Right now, I am willing to take a hit if it it comes to taking a hit for our local police, sheriff, fire department and search and rescue departments. You can tell me off as much as you want to but there is still a woman missing and that’s the point of this whole post. 911 is tragic and awful and horrible and we will never forget it but throwing it down on a page when they’re still somebody missing in our lake is not appropriate.

  

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