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Child's body washes up on Fox Island

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(The body may be that of 8-year-old Azriel Carver who went
missing with his mother Shantina "Kat" Smiley Saturday.)


SEATTLE, Wash. - A child's body has washed up on Fox Island and Thurston County officials say it could be a boy missing since Saturday night.
     
Lt. Chris Mealy of the Thurston County Sheriff's office says he got a call from Pierce County officials on Thursday afternoon to say they are responding to a report that a child washed up on the island southwest of Tacoma.
     
Fox Island is about 12 miles north of the beach where 8-year-old Azriel Carver and his mother, 29-year-old Shantina "Kat" Smiley, apparently abandoned a van Saturday.
     
Mealy says its entirely possible the body is Carver.

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