Officials: River body was that of missing Waterbury man

SOUTH SIOUX CITY, Neb. (AP) - Officials say a body found in the Missouri River at South Sioux City was that of a missing Nebraska man.  Dakota County Attorney Kim Watson on Monday confirmed the identification of Anthony Campbell, of Waterbury.  Campbell had been missing since he went into the water around 4 a.m. Friday at Scenic Park Campground and was swept away. The body was found around 1 p.m. Sunday near a railroad bridge about a mile south of the campground.  South Sioux City Police Chief Scot Ford says Campbell went to the riverfront park with a woman. Her name isn't being released, but Ford says she doesn't face any charges stemming from the incident.


On Air

Weekend Programming
12am - 6pm
11pm - 12am

Read Today's Radio Review

Get All of Your Sports News