NEW INFORMATION: In a live interview on Eyewitness News at 10, Warrick County Sheriff Brett Kruse said Kristy Kelley's vehicle was spotted in a lake by sonar equipment courtesy of an independent search and rescue group. Divers from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources then found the submerged vehicle and matched the license plate to Kristy Kelley. The vehicle was spotted at 4:15 this afternoon and was eventually recovered around 8:30 this evening. As for the identification of the body found inside, Sheriff Kruse said all signs point toward it being Kristy Kelley.
According to a post on the official search page for missing Boonville woman Kristy Kelley, the family believes Kristy's vehicle has been found in a body of water. Todd Scales, Kristy's father, posted tonight that Kristy's body could be inside.
The Evansville Police Department has identified the officer involved in this weekend's police action shooting on the southside. Officer Ryan Winters, a seven year veteran, acted within department policy and state law when he engaged one of the two gunmen in the shootout at a gas station parking lot, according to the findings of the internal investigation.
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