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THE body of a judge found at the bottom of a lake has baffled law enforcement after he reportedly went missing during a family outing.

On Sunday morning, August 7, the body of a judge from the Northern County of Arkansas County was officially recovered about 70 miles east of Little Rock at the bottom of a nearby lake.

The body of 48-year-old Arkansas County Northern District Judge Jeremiah T. Bueker was recovered at the bottom of a lake

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The body of 48-year-old Arkansas County Northern District Judge Jeremiah T. Bueker was recovered at the bottom of a lakePhoto credit: Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office
Bueker and his family and friends were on their way for a weekend getaway when he strayed from the group and disappeared

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Bueker and his family and friends were on their way for a weekend getaway when he strayed from the group and disappearedPhoto credit: Google Maps

The judge, 48-year-old Jeremiah T. Bueker, apparently drove to the area with family and friends to spend the weekend, according to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office.

Family and friends reported that Bueker decided on Saturday to head out and explore the area on his own.

After being gone for some time and not returning, the group searched the area, according to CBS News.

After attempts to locate Bueker were unsuccessful, the group reported him missing to local law enforcement.

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Bueker was last seen by family and friends near what is known as Mud Lake, which is on the outer part of the Arkansas River.

Police then launched an investigation around midnight with the county’s marine patrol unit and the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission for “an extensive ground and water search,” according to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office.

Local law enforcement used sonar technology on the boats during the search to try and gain an advantage by being able to see through the lake water at night.

Unfortunately, the police had to stop their search until the early hours of Sunday due to “poor visibility”.

At 9:16 a.m., the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office reported that they had found Bueker’s body at the bottom of Mud Lake.

Family and friends shortly thereafter confirmed it was Bueker, prompting an inquest into the death.

Jefferson County Sheriff Lafayette Woods, Jr. said he sympathizes with the von Bueker family as they investigate the circumstances of the case.

“It is my sincere prayer that the successful recovery of Judge Bueker’s body by our deputies and Arkansas Game and Fish Wildlife Officers will bring some sense of closure to the Bueker family and those who knew him best,” he said during a news conference.

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“The flood of emotions they must be feeling now is devastating.”

It is believed to have been an accidental drowning by police, although Bueker’s body will be sent to the state coroner for an autopsy, according to the sheriff’s office.

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