Body in Charles IDed as that of man seen going over side of Harvard Bridge on New Year's Day

A body of a man pulled out of the Charles River yesterday is that of a 32-year-old South End man whose apparent jump into the river on Jan. 1 sparked a massive search that came up empty at the time, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports, adds:

The investigation during the intervening months into that man's death has not developed any indication of foul play. Because the case is not believed to be criminal in nature, his name is not being released.



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    Kind wishes

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    To his family and friends, I wish you peace and comfort.

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    Speaking of pulling bodies from the Charles

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    Has anyone heard anything about the Jonathan Dailey case? I've searched periodically to see if anything was ever released about what happened there, but I've never been successful.

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    I've been wondering the same

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    I've been wondering the same thing. Have they come out with a cause of death at least? Are they concluding that it was suicide? So many questions still unanswered.

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