WAGONER, Okla. (AP) - Authorities in Wagoner County are asking the public for tips in the case of a Broken Arrow teenager found dead in a lake in 2006.
Jarret Clark's body was found May 18, 2006, in Fort Gibson Lake. Clark's family has maintained he was killed, but authorities have not arrested or charged anyone in the teen's death. Two grand juries considered the case but no indictments were issued.
The 18-year-old disappeared while camping with friends and his body was discovered four days later. An autopsy found that Clark's probable cause of death was drowning.
Wagoner County District Attorney Brian Kuester announced Monday that a tip line has been set up to help investigators gather more details about the case. Clark's family says they're still waiting for answers in the teen's death.
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