The body of an Indianapolis man was recovered in Lake Monroe Monday, according to the DNR.
The following press release was sent to the media Monday:
“At 2:44 p.m., the body of David Alejendor Mora-Segura was recovered by Indiana Conservation Officer divers in 20 feet of water near where he was last seen.
An autopsy will determine an exact cause of death.
Release as of June 27, 2022, at 1:32 p.m.
A search for an Indianapolis man is underway after he went missing in the water at Monroe Lake yesterday.
At approximately 2 p.m., David Alejendor Mora-Segura, 34, was boating with friends when he disappeared beneath the surface of the water.
Responding agencies searched for Mora-Segura until nightfall when the operation was suspended. The search resumed this morning.
Initial investigation revealed that Mora-Segura was wearing a personal flotation device (PFD) when he entered the water, but appears to have slipped out of it.
Agencies involved with search include Indiana Conservation Officers, Monroe County Sheriff’s Department, Monroe County Dive Team, U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, and Perry-Clear Creek Township Fire Department.
Editor’s note: The DNR made an error in the press release, which is entirely in quotes, but the Perry-Clear Creek fire department is actually part of the Monroe Fire Protection District.