LAWRENCEBURG, Ind. — Search crews and volunteers will return to the Ohio River Friday for two boys who were thrown into the river in recent months.
North Star International K-9 Search and Recovery will return to the Lawrenceburg, Indiana area Friday around 3 p.m. to continue the searches for Nylo Lattimore and James Hutchinson, according to Facebook posts by the search organization.
Experienced searchers will be on hand, however the group is also requesting for volunteers to aid in the search. Volunteers are asked to meet at the Dearborn County, Indiana Fairgrounds and waivers will be required to enter the search area.
The bodies of both boys have remained missing since their respective incidents in December 2020 and late February.
Investigators said Lattimore, 3, was thrown into the river alive by his mother’s boyfriend Dec. 6. The man, identified as Desean Brown, 21, is accused of killing Nylo’s mother, 21-year-old Nyteisha just hours before Brown threw Nylo into the river, prosecutors allege.
Hutchinson was killed in late February by his mother, Brittany Gosney, at Rush Run Wildlife Area, Butler County prosecutors and investigators previously said.
Gosney drove to the park to abandon Hutchinson and his two older siblings when he grabbed the door handle and was either dragged or run over as Gosney tried to speed off. Hutchinson died from his injuries at the park, according to investigators.
About a day later, Gosney and her boyfriend James Hamilton drove Hutchinson’s body to Lawrenceburg, Indiana, tied a concrete block to him, and dumped his body into the Ohio River from the Carroll Cropper Bridge, according to court documents.