UPDATED: Indiana Conservation Officers Searching For Drowning Victim In Ohio River

(CHARLESTOWN) – Indiana Conservation Officers have recovered the body of the man who went missing in the Ohio River Saturday night.

The body of Harold Snook, 52, of Crestwood, Kentucky, was recovered today at 8:32 a.m., approximately a half-mile south of where he went missing.

The incident is still under investigation.

Indiana Conservation Officers were conducting a search for Snook in the Ohio River near Fourteen Mile Creek in Charlestown.

Around 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Indiana Conservation Officers, along with units from the Louisville Metro Police Water Patrol, Clark County Sheriff’s Department, and Charlestown Fire Department responded to the call of a person in the water.

Responders utilized various sonar units and boat searches in the area where Snook was last seen.  The search continued until late Saturday and resumed Sunday morning and again this morning.