Live Oak — Saturday, update
Live Oak Police Chief Buddy Williams said preliminary autopsy results indicate accidental drowning of a male child whose body was found in a pond Friday morning.
Williams said the identification of the body, believed to be that of Leo Walker, will not be confirmed until DNA testing comes back due to the nature of the body. Williams said the mother of Walker was not able to identify the body.
Walker, an autistic 9 year old, went missing from his Live Oak home on East Duval Street early Wednesday morning. The male child's body was found in a body of water near his home Friday morning.
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