UPDATE: Identity Released Of Body Found In Spokane River - NBC Right Now/KNDO/KNDU Tri-Cities, Yakima, WA |

UPDATE: Identity Released Of Body Found In Spokane River

Posted: Updated:
A homeowner in the 7 Mile area found the body of a man wedge up against his dock on Monday A homeowner in the 7 Mile area found the body of a man wedge up against his dock on Monday
UPDATE: The Spokane County Medical Examiner's Office has confirmed the identity of the the male found in the river in Nine Mile Falls, WA on Monday, May 12th. The man has been identified as 51-year-old Michael Lloyd McCann. The cause of his death is still being investigated.

As soon as we get more information, we will update this story.

PREVIOUS COVERAGE:

NINE MILE FALLS, Wash. - The Spokane County Sheriff's Department has confirmed that the body of a man was discovered in the Nine Mile Falls area of the Spokane River on Monday.

The body was found by a homeowner just south of the 7 Mile bridge near the 8000 block of North Rivermere Avenue. Deputies say it appears the man had been in the river for quite some time. The man has not been identified and the body is now in the custody of the Spokane County Medical Examiner's Office as the cause and manner of death is investigated.

Because this is an unattended death and it is unknown if foul play is involved, Spokane County Sheriff’s Office Major Crime Detectives will work with the Medical Examiner’s Office and provide assistance if needed.

This story is developing and as soon as we receive more information, we will be sure to update you. 
HD DOPPLER 6i
/
  • Top Stories from KHQHomeMore>>

  • PHOTOS: Guns, drugs and money found in Spokane Valley motel room bust

    PHOTOS: Guns, drugs and money found in Spokane Valley motel room bust

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 1:55 PM EDT2017-05-24 17:55:19 GMT

    SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - Two men have been arrested and charged with a total of 26 felony and misdemeanor drug charges following a months-long investigation that led to a Spokane Valley motel.  Last week, detectives executed a search warrant at a room at the Motel 6 just off of I-90 and Argonne in Spokane Valley. 

    More >>

    SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - Two men have been arrested and charged with a total of 26 felony and misdemeanor drug charges following a months-long investigation that led to a Spokane Valley motel.  Last week, detectives executed a search warrant at a room at the Motel 6 just off of I-90 and Argonne in Spokane Valley. 

    More >>
  • Colin Kaepernick may be calling himself a Seahawk soon

    Colin Kaepernick may be calling himself a Seahawk soon

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 1:03 PM EDT2017-05-24 17:03:10 GMT

    KHQ.COM - According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, former San Francisco 49ers quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, will be in Seattle for a workout with the Seahawks on Wednesday. Seattle is interested in bringing in a veteran backup behind Russell Wilson. Coach Pete Carroll said last week that Kaepernick...

    More >>

    KHQ.COM - According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, former San Francisco 49ers quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, will be in Seattle for a workout with the Seahawks on Wednesday. Seattle is interested in bringing in a veteran backup behind Russell Wilson. Coach Pete Carroll said last week that Kaepernick...

    More >>
  • Costs a question as VA plans mental care for discharged vets

    Wednesday, May 24 2017 12:28 PM EDT2017-05-24 16:28:36 GMT

    WASHINGTON - Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin is touting new efforts to expand urgent mental health care to thousands of former service members with less-than-honorable discharges. But he's also acknowledging his department isn't seeking additional money to pay for it. Testifying at a House hearing, Shulkin offered new details on his initiative announced in March to stem stubbornly high rates of suicide.

    More >>

    WASHINGTON - Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin is touting new efforts to expand urgent mental health care to thousands of former service members with less-than-honorable discharges. But he's also acknowledging his department isn't seeking additional money to pay for it. Testifying at a House hearing, Shulkin offered new details on his initiative announced in March to stem stubbornly high rates of suicide.

    More >>