Griffin Prince, 13, had been missing since last week's fatal boating collision on Lake Lanier.
- POLICE & FIRE
Thursday, June 28, 2012
The rescue efforts on Lake Lanier apparently have found the body of Griffin Prince, the Buford teen who had been missing since the recent boating collision on Lake Lanier. According to the WSB-TV website, sources confirm that the body of Griffin Prince was found just after 6 p.m. Wednesday evening. Divers from the Hall County Sheriff's office and the FBI recovered the body from an area where they were conducting their most dangerous dives yet, according to the report. Divers located debris earleir in the day near the crash site at depths of about 100-120 feet, officials said. The colllision on June 18 also took the life of Griffin Prince's brother Jake, 9. See also:
Cadaver dogs have helped searchers zero in on a specific area.
- PUBLIC SAFETY
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Cadaver dogs have helped searchers at Lake Lanier zero in on a specific area Tuesday in the hunt for missing Buford teen Griffin Prince, according to media reports. WSB-TV has reported that cadaver dogs were alerted to a dead body odor during Monday afternoon’s search for the teen, who has been missing since the boating collision last week that also killed his brother. On Tuesday, dogs were taken back out and confirmed the area again. Divers are now searching in a targeted area that is very close to where the crash happened, Department of Natural Resources Regional Supervisor Capt. Mark Padgett told WSB. Griffin Prince, 13, was thrown overboard in the collision late Monday, June 18. Jake Prince, 9, was killed in the crash. Authorities …