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Old 08-09-2019, 12:34 PM
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Suspicious Circumstances Surrounding the Drowning of an 18 Year Old

911 call reveals drowned teen missing for almost 12 hours

NASHVILLE, Tenn. โ€” The 911 call reporting last week's drowning of 19-year-old Will Caver reveals that the adults supervising the party on a Dickson County farm lost track of the recent Montgomery Bell Academy graduate for nearly 12 hours.

As NewsChannel 5 first reported, Dickson County investigators are looking into whether adults -- some of them prominent in Nashville social circles -- illegally supplied alcohol to the dozens of recent graduates of MBA and Harpeth Hall attending the Thursday night party.

Property owner Forrest Conner, a local businessman and Republican activist, called 911 just before 11 a.m. Friday.

"We had a drowning," Conner calmly told the 911 operator. "He's in the middle of the lake. He's dead."

Aerial views from Sky5 revealed a large pond and a deck seating area that appeared to be designed for parties. The Sky5 crew also spotted a large inflatable raft, capable of holding several people, that had apparently been used for the gathering.

Conner told the 911 operator that he was unsure about how long Caver had been in the water.

"Probably 11:30 is the last time he was seen," Conner said. "That's not by me, but by another kid."

Conner, who has refused to answer NewsChannel 5's questions about whether he provided alcohol or allowed it on his property, told the operator that he had notified Caver's parents before calling 911. The Cavers were not present for the party.

In the 911 call (listen below), the Nashville businessman recounted how a farm hand had gone out in a canoe and found Caver's body.

After suggesting that Conner retrieve Caver's body from the pond, the operator told him that emergency crews were on the way and he should call 911 again if anything changed.

"There's nothing going to change here," Conner answered dejectedly.

An individual familiar with the situation tells NewsChannel 5 Investigates that there were several adult chaperones, who have now obtained attorneys as investigators question the individuals involved.

Several families also have been shopping for lawyers to represent the MBA and Harpeth Hall students as they are called in for questioning.

The Dickson County Sheriff's Office and DA Ray Crouch have refused to comment on the specifics of the investigation.

"I expect there to be charges," Crouch said Wednesday. "As to what extent and what exact charges, that will be determined by the investigation."

Source: https://www.newschannel5.com/news/ne...lmost-12-hours


Listen how calm, cool, and collected this man is when making the call to 911. In light of the circumstances, things smell very fishy to me.

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Old 08-26-2019, 09:04 PM
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Hes an adult. He can decide if he wants to break the law and drink. He can decide if he wants to swim n the deep end of the pool. He dont need permission to pee n a pond

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Re: Suspicious Circumstances Surrounding the Drowning of an 18 Year Old

This is so weird!

When you see a person in the water...

Don't you dive in and grab the person and pull the person OUT ..ASAP!?

I wouldn't make a call to 911 .... I'd be rescuing a fellow human being.

No..?

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Re: Suspicious Circumstances Surrounding the Drowning of an 18 Year Old

Wonder what ever happened...

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Conner was placed on probation for a year and lost his driving privileges as a result of the plea.
The teens family sues for 15 million.

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Re: Suspicious Circumstances Surrounding the Drowning of an 18 Year Old

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This is so weird!

When you see a person in the water...

Don't you dive in and grab the person and pull the person OUT ..ASAP!?

I wouldn't make a call to 911 .... I'd be rescuing a fellow human being.

No..?
Actually a very dangerous thing to do. People who are drowning will panic and try to do anything to stay afloat, which means using you as a buoy. If you don't know what you are doing, you will get dragged down as well and both of you will likely drown. Although when the person isn't moving at all that is a different story...

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