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Autopsy planned for man drowned in Dillon Reservoir

FRISCO, Colo. (AP) ” An autopsy is planned Tuesday on the body of a Frisco man pulled from the Dillon Reservoir.

Twenty-six-year-old Adam Brown had fallen from a boat last Wednesday.

Sheriff’s spokeswoman Paulette Horr says a side scan sonar system brought in by Colorado State Park rangers found Brown’s body late Friday, but bad weather prevented divers from recovering the body.



The body was recovered around 7 p.m. Saturday.

Deputies arrested the boat’s driver, Kevin Lukanski of Frisco, last week on suspicion of operating a vessel under the influence of alcohol.



Sheriff’s officials say Brown worked at a nursery and at Copper Mountain.


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