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Friday, March 18, 2011

Bodies Of Missing Men Found In Forest

Two Bodies Found on ANF

The bodies of two Warren men who had been missing for two weeks were recovered Thursday afternoon in the Allegheny National Forest.

The cause of death of 29-year-old Troy Johnson and 28-year-old Terry Sumrow has not been determined yet, but officials say initial reports indicate foul play was not a factor.

On Thursday afternoon, a Forest Service Law Enforcement Officer located a vehicle on Forest Road 262 near the upper reservoir of the Kinzua Dam that they were looking for in connection with a missing person investigation in Warren.

A search of the area by law enforcement officers and volunteer firefighters led to the discovery of the two bodies, according to a news release sent to WESB and The HERO by the Forest Service.

The incident remains under investigation by the Forest Service Law Enforcement and Investigations, Warren-based state police, the Warren County District Attorney and the Warren County Coroner.

The search was led by the Warren County Sheriff's Department, Assisting were the Pennsylvania Game Commission, Warren County Emergency Management Agency, volunteer firefighters from Clarendon, Cherry Grove, Glade and Pleasant volunteer fire departments and the airboat unit from the Celeron, N.Y., Volunteer Fire Department.

The American Red Cross was also on the scene.

Bath Salts Found in Vehicle of Dead Men

The synthetic drug “bath salts” was found in the vehicle of two Warren men whose bodies were discovered Thursday in the Allegheny National Forest.

Police say along with empty containers of bath salts, they found a partially filled container, hypodermic needles, spoons and a marijuana pipe.

Earlier today, Warren County Coroner Jeremiah Borden said 29-year-old Troy Johnson and 28-year-old Terry Sumrow died of exposure-hypothermia.


Anonymous said...

Dear God, I pray for these kids families to find peace.

Just remember they are someones brothers, nephews, sons, uncles, friends. Please pray for those ppl.

Anonymous said...

Wow they ruled there deaths as from hypothermia? Really nothing to do with them bath salts.? Unreal what is this world coming too! They both must of had been trouble souls to do this......Bath Salts!

Anonymous said...

I have to agree with 7:40. I don't know anything about "Bath Salts" except what I just looked up. Common sense would tell me though, that 2 grown men would not just sit out in the woods and decide they wanted to "hypothermia" to death. Seems to me they were incapacitated someway and the cause of death was the vehicle that incapacitated them and the method was sitting out in the cold. It does no service to adults that are trying to talk to the youth of our area to not highlight the root of these two deaths.

Anonymous said...

Wilkes-Barre Scranton news station had a story a week or two ago about a guy attacking a priest inside a church. Guess what. He was high on bath salts.

Anonymous said...

This is such a sad thing to happen to such young men with their whole lefts ahead of them. I do pay their families can find peace and not blame anyone.