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Body Found In Feather River Is Aly Yeoman


The Sutter County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed the identity of the body recovered from the Feather River, near the Live Oak Recreation Park, Live Oak.   

The body was identified through dental records by the Sacramento County Coroner's Office as Aly Yeoman.

Yeoman has been missing since March 31st.

The Sheriff's Office is not releasing any other details, including the cause of death, which it says is still under investigation.

The results of a toxicology report won't be available for 4-6 weeks.

A statement from the department asks anyone with information to call Sutter County Sheriff’s Office at (530) 822-7307 or leave a tip on the Sheriff’s website at www.suttersheriff.org.

Someone fishing called to report the body at 12:46 Sunday afternoon south of the Live Oak Park and Recreation Area boat launch.

Boat LaunchYeoman's body was found half a mile south of the boat dock on the west bank Feather River at Live Oak Park and Boat Launch Ramp.

Yeoman was last seen by an acquaintance at a home on Romero Street, near Butte House Road and Harter Parkway, in Yuba City.

Her green Toyota Tacoma was later seen on a home surveillance camera in Live Oak driving on Pennington Road, 11 miles away.

The truck was found four days later in an orchard nearby. Search crews found a single set of footprints leading away from the truck.

Pennington Road continues east and then turns south until it dead-ends at the boat ramp.

Bob Moffitt

Sacramento Region Reporter

Bob reports on all things northern California and Nevada. His coverage of police technology, local athletes, and the environment has won a regional Associated Press and several Edward R. Murrow awards.   Read Full Bio 

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