Human remains discovered along Elkhorn River after flooding, sheriff says

Human remains discovered along Elkhorn River after flooding, sheriff says

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Stanton County investigation

Stanton County Sheriff's deputies are investigating the discovery of human remains that washed out of the Elkhorn River southwest of Stanton on Tuesday.

Human remains washed out of the Elkhorn River southwest of Stanton following recent flooding, Stanton County Sheriff Mike Unger said in a news release.

The discovery Tuesday evening remains under investigation, and deputies searched along the area Wednesday, he said.

Unger said the remains were in water for "an extended period of time" and are not Scott Goodman, who has been missing since March 14 after being swept away by floodwaters in Norfolk.

Forensic experts will aid in the investigation.

 

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