Body of missing teen found in Yocona River - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Body of missing teen found in Yocona River

(WMC-TV) - The body of the missing 19-year-old teen has been found in the Yocona River, according to LaFayette officials.

Stephen Emerick was last seen one week ago. He left work early because he was sick, according to officials.

Surveillance video caught him at two Walmart stores on the way home. His truck was found by the Yocona River not far from his house on Tuesday. His wallet and cell phone were found inside.

Check back with WMCTV.com for more details as this story develops.

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