LAKE OF THE OZARKS, MO – Troopers have found the body of a swimmer who went missing Monday, according to KRGC.
Sean Jouglard, 21, was a passenger on a boat. Jouglard did not resurface after going for a swim.
Divers with the Missouri State Highway Patrol searched for Jouglard Monday and found him later that day. According to the report giving by troopers, Jouglard was not wearing a floatation device at the time of the drowning.
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