Watertown News reports an Everett guy who led police on a car chase, jumped out of his car and into the Charles River last night, but proved unable to elude state troopers, local police, a helicopter and search dog. He's scheduled for arraignment this morning in Waltham District Court.
UPDATE, 6:30 p.m.: WFXT reports the body was that of Michael Kelleher, 23, of Southborough.
State Police report they recovered "the deceased body of an adult male" around 9:10 a.m. from the Charles by the locks after a bypasser alerted them.
A preliminary identification has been made but official confirmation of that identification is pending. Until that time, State Police will not release the victim's identity.
UPDATE: State Police report Jeune was found safe and "in good condition" at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth.
State troopers in boats searched the Charles River this morning for Tamika Danielle Jeune after her ID, wallets and shoes were found on the riverbank.
The Globe writes today that since 2009, at least 11 bodies have been recovered from the water surrounding Boston and that the last one was that of Zachary Marr, whose body was found in the Charles near North Station a month after he disappeared from a downtown bar.
The Globe is wrong on both counts. Read more.
Mark Novak wasn't alone in enjoying the sunset over the Charles River this evening.
Kate Wilson got up early and watched rowers on the Charles this morning.
Gary Waldeck stopped to admire the sailboats along the Charles River Esplanade today.
Mary Ellen went for a walk along the Charles in Millennium Park this morning and came across this young bald eagle surveying the snowy scene.
Mark Novak knows it's the Christmas season when Community Boating lights up its Christmas sailboat along the Esplanade.
Tamas K-L looked out on a peaceful Charles River from Cambridge this evening.
JB Parrett savored the sunset over the Charles River and the Back Bay.
Shortly before 1 a.m. on Memorial Drive at River Street in Cambridge, the Cambridge Fire Department reports.
Jean Nagy took in the 70-degree sunset along the Charles River near MIT this evening.
"Holy sunset, Boston," Jean Nagy says.
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