4th and Final Known Victim of Junction Flooding Found and Identified
BURNET, TX — The fourth person missing during the horrific flooding of the Llano River in Junction was found and identified, according to the Burnet County Sheriff’s Office.
The body was located by a citizen in the area of Circle Drive near Kingsland on Lake LBJ on Tuesday, the sheriff said. After being taken to the Travis County Medical Examiner’s office, the body was identified as Charlotte Moye. She disappeared from Junction during the flooding Oct. 8.
Days of searching an approximate 35-mile stretch of the overflowing Llano River in Kimble County resulted in the discovery of three other victims of the flood, all had drowned, according to the Junction Eagle newspaper.
Moye’s body had traversed over 100 miles before reaching Lake LBJ. Burnet County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to the Lake LBJ waterfront at around noon Oct. 16 concerning the discovery of a body.
Approximate location of the discovery:
Patrol deputies arrived and called investigators to the scene. The victim was pronounced dead by Burnet County Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Roxanne Nelson and an autopsy was ordered.
The body was identified using dental records, the sheriff said.
The confirmation of the identity of the victim was received late afternoon Friday, Oct. 19.
Darin Hartman, also one of the four Junction drowning victims, was from San Angelo. All went missing Oct. 8 during major flooding on the Llano River in Junction. Hartman’s funeral is planned for Oct. 22 at the First United Methodist Church in San Angelo at 10 a.m.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to Darin Hartman Memorial Fund established at Texas Bank in San Angelo — Texas Bank, 2201 Sherwood Way, San Angelo, TX 76901, (325) 949-3721.