Timothy Cunningham, a 35-year-old Harvard-educated leader within the nation's health protection agency, was found dead late Tuesday night in the Chattahoochee River, which runs near his home, police said Thursday. Stafford said rescue crews had to use boats and special equipment to reach Cunningham's body because it was in hard terrain in a "remote area not easily accessible".
A medical examiner identified his remains and said the cause of death was drowning. "Since the investigation is ongoing, we do not have. whether it was an accident, a suicide, or anything other than that" Cunningham drowned, Gorniak said. Due to rough currents, it made it hard for fire officials to recover his body, which took several days to identify because it had been in the water for almost two months, Fulton County chief medical examiner Jan Gorniak said.
Cunningham, who police described as "an avid collector" of rare stones, had three crystals in his pocket and was found wearing his favorite jogging shoes, O'Connor said. According to the Atlanta Police Department, he had recently spoken to a supervisor about why he was passed over for a promotion. He did not elaborate.
Cunningham vanished February 12. after telling colleagues at CDC headquarters he was not feeling well. His family reported him missing on February 16 after going to his home and finding his belongings and vehicle there. The civilian group Crime Stoppers offered a reward of up to $15,000 for information pointing to any criminal activity. It's not clear where Cunningham entered the river, which had been previously searched, officials said.
The director of the CDC issued a statement last month denying that Cunningham had been denied a promotion, saying he had been promoted in July.
The BCCI brass is expecting that a clear victor will emerge by late afternoon tomorrow. "Every bidder has its threshold". During the five rounds of bidding that took place on the first day, the bid ended at ₹4,442 crore.
He cited incidents in the past where border infiltrations led to the kidnapping of soldiers and terrorist attacks on Israeli soil. In the past several days, groups of young Gazans have been collecting old tires around the Strip and bringing them to the border.
Meanwhile, jihadist groups, rebels and their families relocated out of the Eastern Ghouta area and into other rebel-held areas. Jaish al-Islam has not confirmed any deal with the Syrian government over eastern Ghouta.
He did not accompany Elizabeth to a church service on Maundy Thursday because of the hip problem, a royal source said last week. He retired from public life previous year but has since appeared several times at royal engagements alongside Queen Elizabeth.
Bollywood superstar Salman found guilty in 1998 blackbuck poaching case by Jodhpur court and he has been sent jail for 5 years. Since the high-profile case was listed on top of the day's schedule, the court verdict came by around 11.25 am.
Then the eagle, named Challenger, landed in the grass before circling back to find a perch on Paxton's right shoulder . While likely a random landing, the bald eagle's choice has us wondering a motive as Paxton is Canadian.
More alarming, some media outlets publish these same fake stories... stories that just aren't true, without checking facts first. Philly.com writer Rob Tornoe captured video from the three Pennsylvania news stations that aired Sinclair's promo.
The judge said Park had shown "no sign of repentance" but had instead tried to shift the blame to Choi and her secretaries. Choi, the daughter of a South Korean cult leader, was sentenced to 20 years in jail on 18 charges in February.
According to a press release from the squadron, the crash happened during routine training Wednesday morning around 10:30. The cause of the crash was not immediately known and the Accident Investigation Board of the Air Force was investigating.
Severe weather possible overnight
If you must travel, make sure to check the weather conditions, watches, warnings and advisories before venturing out the door. In response to that, the WALB First Alert Weather Team has declared a First Alert Weather Day .
Triple gold for record-breaking Aussie cyclists
That broke the mark of 3:30.65 the Aussies - including the Campbells and McKeon - clocked at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in 2016. Canada finished second, almost four seconds behind. "I'm really grateful that I got that final spot", Jack said.
Markets Now: Stocks Gain Steam on Trade War Relief
The stock posting the largest daily percentage gain in the S&P 500 ahead of the close Thursday was Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc. Another flare-up in trade tensions between the USA and China sent the stock market sharply lower for the second time this week.
A lot has changed on the 'Jersey Shore' reboot
These guys, I'm so grateful to have them in my life to get me through some of the tough times I'm going through". And during an interview at the MTV headquarters, Pauly showed off his dance moves in his Yeezys.
Sears and Delta customers may have had payment data exposed
The 50-day moving average is perceived to be the dividing line between a stock that is technically healthy and one that is not. Sears shares were trading 4.5 percent higher and Delta shares were trading 0.9 percent higher midday on Thursday.
Instagram abandons its Apple Watch app
It has also used ARM-based co-processors for special functions such as the Touch Bar and Power Nap features on MacBooks . The shift would be a huge strike to Intel , which has been supplying the smartphone maker with processors since 2005.
Election Expands Liberals' Presence on Wisconsin Supreme Court
In Outagamie County, Dallet bested Screnock by 12 percentage points while Walker won that county in 2014 by 20 percentage points. "I attribute it to Wisconsin voters standing up to special interests", said Dallet, a Milwaukee County Circuit Court judge.