drowning

Thu
05
Jul

Deputies investigating July 4 Lake LBJ drowning

 

 

 

The body of a 38-year-old white male from Austin was recovered Wednesday, July 4, from the Llano River arm of Lake LBJ in Kingsland after the man apparently drowned trying to swim across the lake.

Llano County Sheriff's Chief Deputy John Neff said his department received a 911 call about a missing swimmer at 2:55 a.m. Wednesday. Deputies responded to the scene and requested assistance from Texas Parks & Wildlife game wardens.

Neff said four individuals had decided to swim from one side of the lake to the other near the Ranch to Market Road 2900 in Kingsland. One of the swimmers apparently turned back while the other three continued to swim across the channel.

Wed
07
Sep

Lake LBJ drowning under investigation

By Glynis Crawford Smith

Highland Lakes Newspapers

 

A Labor Day weekend drowning is under investigation by the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD).

 

The identity of victim of the incident Saturday, Sept. 3, is confirmed as 19-year-old Dominiq Amir Castillo Porterfield.

 

News outlets have published varying accounts of the event, but TPWD will say only “the investigation is still on going as to cause of death and other details."

 

“The call came in to the Llano County Sheriff's Department at 3:20 p.m.,” according to LCSO Chief Deputy John Neff. “The boaters were not sure where they were on the lake.”

 

Wed
23
Mar

San Antonio man dies in 'horrific accident'

Contributed

Edward Griffin

BY ALEXANDRIA RANDOLPH/BURNET BULLETIN

 

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