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Second Body Pulled from Lake Livingston, BLANCHARD, July 4, 2017 - The second body of the married couple that are believed to have drowned in Lake Livingston on July 2 has been located and retrieved from Livingston. Late in the morning on July 4, searchers pulled Glenn Swanner from the water. Swanner and his wife, Wendy both came up missing on July 2, 2017, when their unattended boat was found near Tigerville Road. Wendy was found the next day. One day later, Glenn was pulled from the water. Both were transported to Jefferson County Medical Examiner's Office to determine the cause of death.
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Wendy and Glenn Swanner of Brazoria.
Terrible July 2 as 3 Drown in Two Separate Incidents...
On July 2, 2017, at 7:45pm, Chief Deputy Byron Lyons, reported that the Polk County Sheriff’s Office received a call regarding an unattended boat up against the rocks on Lake Livingston near the 100 block of Tigerville Rd. According to the caller, the deck boat was unattended and they were afraid someone might be hurt. According to Chief Lyons a search was initiated in the area by the Texas Parks and Wildlife, Scenic Loop Volunteer Fire Department, Cape Royale Search and Rescue and the U. S. Coast Gard. Lyons said the search was suspended around 11:00pm, Due to rough waters. It was discovered during the investigation the boat was registered to a Glenn and Wendy Swanner, from Brazoria Texas, who owned a weekend home here in Polk County where Deputies located the Swanner’s vehicles.
On July 3, 2017, at 10:15am, Lyons reported that the Polk County Sheriff’s Office received a call from a subject on a Jet Ski, advising he had found the body of a female floating on Lake Livingston south of Tigerville Park. T he Texas Parks and Wildlife Game Wardens were able to recover the body at which time Justice of the Peace PCT. #2 Sarah Arnett performed an inquest and had the body transferred to the Jefferson County Medical Examiner’s Office, to determine cause of death. At time of press, Glenn Swanner still hasn't been located.
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