Man's Body Discovered Days After Crash

A missing Menifee County man is found dead, days after his motorcycle crashed along A Kentucky road.

State Police say 23-year-old John Warren, III's parents reported him missing. He hadn't been seen since Monday night.

Police searched KY-946 in Morgan County and found Warren dead.
Investigators think he lost control of his motorcycle and hit an embankment.

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  • by Elizabeth Location: Indiana on Oct 8, 2007 at 11:53 AM
    Let's argue about which county this accident occurred, that's really important right now. Let's say that he just left a bar, this may only be heresay, is there actual proof of this? Leave this personal and priviledged information to the family, this should not be treated as gossip! This family is grieving over the loss of their loved one. Stop and consider their feelings and their privacy. Who knows how fast or slow he was going around the curves, and even a sober driver could lose control. It's not for us to judge. I'm sure he did pray! Don't we all need to?
  • by Amanda Location: Mt. Sterling on Oct 5, 2007 at 09:28 AM
    I just pray for his family. I cannot imagine their pain. To lose a child has to be the most painful thing anyone can endure. My prayers for this family.
  • by gail Location: frenchburg on Oct 5, 2007 at 05:55 AM
    On the radio station they are talking about this accident and that he had just left a bar in Menifee county when the accident happened. There is NO BARS in MENIFEE COUNTY. The news people need to get their acts together and start getting better information. The Bar they are talking about is called the local watering hole and it is in May Town, which is part of WOLFE county not MENIFEE! I feel bad for the young man but if you are going to drink, get drunk, and try and ride a motorcycle fast or slow around those curves with those small roads then you better pray or try and sober up before doing it!


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