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MARSHALL COUNTY, OK -- An aweful discovery for a family this morning in Marshall County, when they finally found a missing relative's body.
Marshall County investigator, David Barnes, says Lyndon Neasbitt's body was discovered around 11:30 Friday morning in a pasture near the intersection of highway 70 and 70F.
Barnes says Neasbitt was last heard from early last Saturday, nearby in the Carlton Road area.
He says they had been searching by tracking data from his cellphone.
"His cellphone pinged right across highway 70 F in a straight line from where we thought he was to where he ended up," said Barnes.
Barnes says foul play is not believed to be involved and they are waiting on the medical examiner's office to determine Neasbitt's cause of death.