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Police identify body of teen who drowned in lake

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Police have identified a man who drowned at Beaver Lake as 19-year-old Elijah Watson.

Fayetteville television station KHOG reports (http://bit.ly/1jqVOGu ) Watson was swimming across the lake with two friends on Saturday night when he went under the water.

A dive team found his body early Sunday morning. A Benton County Police Department spokeswoman says they do not suspect drugs, alcohol or foul play were involved. Police say Watson was not wearing a life jacket.

Authorities have ordered a toxicology report.

Information from: KHOG-TV, http://www.4029tv.com

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