Kansas Man Drowns in Stockton Lake
A Kansas man drowned Tuesday afternoon in Stockton Lake.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports that 60-year-old John G. Gray of Fort Scott, Kansas, was last spoken to at 8 a.m., Monday. The circumstances of his drowning are unknown, but was pronounced dead at 2:44 p.m., by Cedar County Deputy Coroner Frank Brumfield.
The body was found in the Orleans Trail Cove of the lake.
The body was taken to Brumback Funeral Home in Stockton.
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An investigation continues.
This is Troop D's 16th drowning for 2022.
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