Conner Curtice Wiki – Conner Curtice Biography
Conner Curtice, a 14-year-old child was discovered dead in a Texas river after being tossed from a boat during a Memorial Day accident.
According to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO), on Monday afternoon, a boater contacted 911 to report that the victim “had fallen overboard” on the Neches River near Deck Hand Alley. According to a sheriff’s office news release, the caller stated that the victim had “not resurfaced” after falling into the sea.
Conner Curtice was “ejected from the boat” during the accident, according to GoFundMe organizer Lindsi Vercher, who describes herself as Conner’s mom Ashlea Curtice’s lifelong closest friend. According to KBMT-12, Texas Parks and Wildlife Game Warden Captain Ryan Hall stated that two companions were riding a boat near the NatGasoline plant on Sulphur Plant Road when the vessel began taking on water.
Conner Curtice was 14 years old.
Funeral arrangements set for Conner Curtice, community continues to rally behind family
According to the report, an 18-year-old who was driving the boat stated he and the youngster were trying to fill up the holes when the boat lurched and sent them both flying. According to the sheriff’s office, Conner’s body was discovered in the river on Tuesday at 6 p.m. local time. The autopsy has been scheduled.
“Our hearts are shattered,” Vercher said on GoFundMe, “but the overwhelming outpouring of love for our family has given us the strength to press on during this living nightmare.”Texas Game Wardens and the Port Neches Fire Department assisted the JCSO’s Marine Division in conducting an initial search of the region. Crews undertook “an extensive search using sonar technology to locate the body,” according to the JCSO.
Conner will be a freshman at Port Neches-Groves High School next year, according to his family. According to KBMT, a candlelight vigil was conducted for Conner on Wednesday. “We thank you all from the bottom of our hearts, and ask that you please continue to pray for our family in the weeks and months to come,” Vercher wrote in the campaign’s description, which has received over $53,000 in donations. The Texas Game Wardens are leading an investigation into Monday’s incident, according to the JCSO.