68-Year-Old Man Drowns Near Rathdrum - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

68-Year-Old Man Drowns Near Rathdrum

RATHDRUM, Idaho - On October 16, 2011 at approximately 6:00 PM Kootenai County Sheriff's deputies along with Northern Lakes fire personnel responded to a reported possible drowning in the Willadsen Road area 1/4 miles west of the 17000 block of Highway #41 in the Rathdrum area.

Upon arrival deputies found Dean A. N. Primmer age 68 upside down in a culvert which was placed vertical in the ground. The culvert was part of a small catch basin that contained water. Mr. Primmer was deceased when deputies arrived.

KCSD detectives are investigating this death. An autopsy will be performed later Monday afternoon. Additional information will not be available until detectives have completed their preliminary investigation.

 

 

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